5 Things to Know: Devils at Flyers

BY: DAVID KOLB

NEW JERSEY DEVILS (27-36-14) @ PHILADELPHIA FLYERS (37-32-8)
Coverage begins at 6:30 PM on MSG+

The Devils look to snap their skid in Philly against the rival Flyers.

1 WHERE THEY STAND

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  • The Devils are 2-6-2 in the last 10 games
  • New Jersey is 12-21-6 on the road in 2016-17

2 Who's Hot

  • Devils’ forward, Adam Henrique scored the lone Devils’ goal on the power play in Friday’s 2-1 loss vs. the New York Islanders
  • With the goal Friday, the Brantford, Ontario native now has hit the 20-goal plateau for the third time in his career, and for the second year in a row (30 goals in 2015-16)
  • Henrique now has 20 goals and 19 assists for 39 points, including three goals and one assist in three games vs. the Flyers this season

3 Say wHAT?

“I think it was absolutely horrendous refereeing. I don’t think we deserved ten penalties there. But kudos to the PK.”

 — Devils’ goalie, Keith Kinkaid after the Devils killed nine of 10 Islander power plays Friday in Brooklyn

4 Did You Know?

1970s: Head Coach Fred Shero of the Philadelphia Flyers focuses on play during a circa 1970s NHL game. Shero coached the Flyers from 1971-78. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)
1970s: Head Coach Fred Shero of the Philadelphia Flyers focuses on play during a NHL game. (Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images)

Devils Executive VP and GM, Ray Shero‘s father, Fred, served as the Flyers Head Coach from 1971-78. The Flyers went to four Stanley Cup Finals under Shero and won back-to-back Cups in 1974 and 1975.

5 Must-See Video

Watch Keith Kinkaid narrowly clear a puck from sliding over the goal line Friday vs. the Islanders.