Blackhawks Game Notes For Wednesday vs. Philadelphia

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* The Flyers won, 4-3, last night (in regulation) versus Detroit to come to within one point of Detroit for the final Eastern Conference wild card spot. Philadelphia has points in five straight games and is 7-1-1 in its last nine games. Since being shutout at home, 4-0, by the Edmonton Oilers (on March 3), the Flyers have scored 21 goals in their last five games.

* The Blackhawks lost, 5-0, at home on Monday versus the Los Angeles Kings. Chicago has lost two straight games in regulation, and has been outscored 10-2. It was Chicago’s worst regular-season home loss since losing, 6-1, versus Nashville on March 25, 2012.

* Dating back to January 5, 2012, the home team has won each of the last six meetings between the Flyers and Blackhawks. The Flyers beat the Blackhawks, 3-0, on October 14, 2015 in Philadelphia. Since Chicago won the 2010 Stanley Cup Final over the Flyers, Philadelphia is 5-2-0 against the Blackhawks.
* Michael Raffl scored two goals last night versus Detroit, and now had three goals in his last three games, and four goals in his last five games. Raffl has six goals in his last 16 games, after scoring six goals in the first 52 games of the season.
* Patrick Kane has 39 points (17 goals, 22 assists) against the Eastern Conference this season, most by any Western-Conference player in 2015-16.
* The Blackhawks have scored eight goals in their last four games. The eight goals have been scored by eight different players.

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