Money Line: -195.00 Anaheim (Home)
The Ducks defeated the Bruins 3-2 on Monday bouncing back after two consecutive losses. The losses came against the Blackhawks and the Sharks respectively though, so no shame in losing those contests.
The home team should not have any problems whatsoever of recording a second straight win tonight facing the lowly Flyers. The visitors have won only once over their last 10 games, a 4-2 victory in Philadelphia versus the Blue Jackets. They're win-less over eight straight on the road and have been dominated by the Ducks over recent years losing six of the last seven meetings.
19 of the Flyers 62 goals this season have come on the power play, but I wouldn't count on any success on the man advantage for them in this match-up. The Ducks penalty kill ranks near the top of the league, and they've conceded only two power play goals over their last seven games killing off 24 penalties.
The Flyers have scored a lowly five goals while allowing 16 over their current five game losing skid.