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Game 21 Live Preview: Philadelphia Flyers vs Pittsburgh Penguins 3/2/2021: Live Stream NHL, lines, how to watch. The Flyers travel to Pittsburgh for a three-game set marking the first time in club history they will play the same team in the same city three straight times. Who: Philadelphia Flyers (11-4-3, 25 points, 3rd place Eastern Division) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (11-7-1, 23 points, 5th place in the Eastern Division)

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When: 7:00 p.m. eastern

How to Watch: AT&T Sportsnet in Pittsburgh, NBC Sports-Philadelphia across the way, and NBC Sports nationally outside of those viewing areas

Opponent Track: The Flyers didn’t play from Feb 8-17 due to COVID issues and are 3-1-1 since coming back to play, including winning three straight games. That includes two straight 3-0 wins over Buffalo on Saturday and Sunday.

Pens path ahead: Get used to the Flyers, who are in town tonight, Thursday and Saturday afternoon and then the Rangers come to town for games on Sunday and next Tuesday (3/9). Overall, the Pens play 12/16 games in March at home.

Season Series: The Flyers are up 2-0 on the Pens this year, beating Pittsburgh 6-3 on the opening game of the season on January 13th and then 5-2 two days later. After the three games this week, the Flyers come back to Pittsburgh on April 15, and the Pens go to Philly on May 3+4 to finish the regular season series.

Recent History: Well, 0-2 this year doesn’t look good, but the Pens are also 7-2-1 vs PHI in the last 10 games at PPG Paints Arena.

Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek are setting up their share of goals, but not scoring them themselves with just four combined goals on the season.

Former Ron Hextall draft pick Joel Farabee just turned 21 and is scoring a nearly a point/game pace in his first full NHL season. A couple of those picks in the future, eh Hexy?
Possible Lines


James van Riemsdyk – Sean Couturier – Joel Farabee

Claude Giroux – Kevin Hayes – Nolan Patrick/Travis Konecny

Oscar Lindbolm – Scott Laughton – Jakub Voracek

Michael Raffl – Patrick/Connor Bunnamann – Nicolas Aube-Kubel


Ivan Provorov / Shayne Gotisbehere

Travis Sanheim / Justin Braun

Robert Hagg / Phil Myers

Possible starting goalie: Carter Hart

Scratches: Erik Gustafsson

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—Travis Konecny practiced and is officially a “game time decision” for tonight, but seems to be inching closer to rejoining the team for a game. That will bump Nolan Patrick likely down to the fourth line.
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The last week was really great for the Flyers, who have gotten stronger with reinforcements from the COVID list and piling up the wins. Charlie O’Connor had the following at The Athletic:

This time last week, the Philadelphia Flyers were licking their wounds after being blown out on national television at Lake Tahoe and were missing six key members of their club due to the COVID-19 protocol.

Now, they’re riding a three-game winning streak, and for the first time since Game 1 of the season, they have their full complement of players.

Funny how much difference a week can make.

The Flyers rolled through New York hockey last week, taking down the Rangers in a revenge game by a tight 4-3 score, then blowing out the reeling Buffalo Sabres by back-to-back 3-0 finals. The team is healthy, the process is improving, and the wins are starting to pile up. And with a three-game slate against the rival Pittsburgh Penguins on the docket next, the question of whether the Flyers have truly figured things out is about to get a definitive answer.

Just days after the season seemed at its lowest point, the Flyers once again look like a team on the rise.

And for the first time since the opening game, Philly figures to be 100% healthy again. Must be nice, huh? Confidence is sky high, but hey, two wins over the Sabres. The Sabres. Hopefully the step up in competition will catch the Flyers in this one.

And now for the Pens..



Jake Guentzel – Sidney Crosby – Kasperi Kapanen

Jared McCann – Evgeni Malkin – Bryan Rust

Zach Aston-Reese – Teddy Blueger – Brandon Tanev

Colton Sceviour – Sam Lafferty – Anthony Angello


Marcus Pettersson / Kris Letang

Mike Matheson / John Marino

P.O Joseph / Cody Ceci

Possible starting goalie: ?

Scratches: Chad Ruhwedel, Mark Friedman, Mark Jankowski

IR: Juuso Riikola, Evan Rodrigues, Brian Dumoulin, Jason Zucker

Taxi Squad: Yannick Weber, Emil Larmi. Drew O’Connor, Josh Currie
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It will be interesting to see what the arena atmosphere is like with 15% of fans now being able to attend games in Pittsburgh. The tarps across the first few rows will remain so it won’t likely be that different with just a few people in attendance as a viewing experience, but we shall see. Sounds crazy that it has almost been a full calendar year since the last “normal” type of game, but it has already.


Season Series: 2-0-0
All-Time Record: 294gp (159-94-30-11)
Leading Scorer:
PHI – 25 pts: James van Riemsdyk (10g-15a)
PIT – 18 pts: Sidney Crosby (7g-11a)

The Flyers travel to Pittsburgh for a three-game set marking the first time in club history they will play the same team in the same city three straight times… This is the first meeting with Pittsburgh since the opening two games of the season where they swept the Pens, outscoring them 11-5… The Flyers have earned points against the Pens in four straight (3-0-1) and in six of the last seven meetings at Pittsburgh, going 3-1-3… Overall, they have a 14-4-4 record in regular season games at PPG Paints Arena since it opened in 2010.

The Flyers will tie a record and play 17 games in the 31 days of March for the fourth time in team history and first since the 1997-98 season… Overall, they have a 31-19-6-5 March record against the Pens… Since the 2014-15 season, the Penguins have the best mark of any team in March with a record of 50-23-10 for 110 points in 83 games… Claude Giroux has the most points in March (148pts, 43g-105a) than any other month in his career… As does Sidney Crosby, who has 234 points (81g-153a) in 186 games.

The Flyers will face the Penguins for the first time since former GM Ron Hextall took the helm in Pittsburgh… Since that point, the Pens are 6-3-0, but have dropped two of their last three games… They also open up a five-game homestand and are 7-1-0 at PPG Paints Arena this season… The Pens lead the NHL in winning percentage in one-goal games, going 9-1-1 (.863)… They have also had eight games decided past regulation, which is tied for the second-most in the NHL so far this season (CHI: 9).

THIS: The Flyers are coming off back-to-back shutouts and have not allowed a goal in 136:33 of play, last surrendering a goal 3:27 into the third period on Feb. 24 vs. NY Rangers … THAT: The Penguins are tied for the NHL lead (with WPG) for the most wins when they trail after the second period going 4-6-1… THE OTHER: The Pens are coming off a 2-0 shutout loss to NY Islanders – they have not been shutout in two straight game since the 2009-10 season (Nov. 7 & 10), while the Flyers have not shut out their opponent three straight times since the 1999-2000 season (Oct. 20, 22 & 24).

FLYERS (C: #14 – Sean Couturier)
For the second straight game, he’s the player to watch because he is riding a six-game point where he has 10 points (5g-5a)… A point today would be a new career high for Couturier… Three of his five goals have been game-winning tallies.

PENGUINS (LW: #59 – Jake Guentzel)
With Crosby out tonight due to COVID protocol, Guentzel is the player to keep an eye on… Prior to the team being shut out in their last game, he had a four-game point streak with five points (2g-3a) and has logged over 22 minutes of ice time in his last two games… Against the Flyers, Guentzel has 12 points (4g-8a) in 13 career games, but just two points (both assists) in his last five meetings.