Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Philadelphia Flyers Prediction, Preview, and Odds

Ruben Hill
December 4, 2019

Matthews has two assists in two games against the Flyers this season. In addition to that, the Flyers have a 10-game point streak on home ice - they have not lost in regulation at home in over six weeks (since October 19 vs. Dallas), going 6-0-4 with all four losses coming in the form of a shootout.

The Toronto Maple Leafs placed forward Nick Shore on waivers Tuesday.

Since the coaching change, Tavares leads the team with four goals and six points, all of which have come in the last three games, recording two points in each of his last three.

Toronto is 11-7 ATS this season.

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So, as you may have heard, the Maple Leafs have a goaltending problem. Andersen is having a solid season, posting a 2.47 GAA and a.921 save percentage accompanied with a 13-5-3 record while Hutchinson is struggling, logging an abysmal 4.55 GAA and an 0-5-1 record. 10 different players have scored goals between the two teams with no player scoring more than one goal in the season series. They are also riding a six-game point streak. Final score prediction, Philadelphia Flyers win 4-3. The Toronto Maple Leafs are coming off a 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres in their last game, the Maple Leafs are on a good run of form as they have won four of their last five games. Philadelphia features an outstanding 8-1-4 record on home ice.

The Flyers continue to rotate between Brian Elliot and Carter Hart between the pipes. The Flyers defense is really where they are set apart from most of the pack, as Philadelphia only allows 2.7 goals per game, one of the best records in all of the National Hockey League at the moment. The Flyers are holding opponents to 2.7 goals, positioning them sixth overall.

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