Christopher Szagola-US PRESSWIRE
The Flyers and Islanders look to be two teams headed in opposite directions.
The Flyers have now dropped two straight games, including a 4-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday. The Flyers have struggled with goal scoring for much of the season and have not scored more than three goals in regulation since a 5-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Feb. 2. The penalty kill has surged, however, and is now 33-of-35 in the past nine games combined.
The Islanders have seemingly recovered from a five-game losing streak start off the month, with a shootout win over the New York Rangers followed by a rousing 5-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils at home on Saturday. The Islanders have struggled with keeping the puck out of the net this season but have attempted to overcome with a top-ten scoring offense that is clipping at 3.36 goals per game and is No. 4 in the NHL on the power play at 27.6 percent.
Puck is dropping at 1 p.m. ET with coverage on CSN and MSG+.