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    RECAP: Red Wings Fall Short of Franchise History, Lose to Flyers 2-1

    Red Wings miss historic win over Flyers

    The Detroit Red Wings missed the chance to make franchise history on Saturday, losing 2-1 to the Philadelphia Flyers and ending their three-game win streak over the Flyers.

    Red Wings vs. Flyers Recap
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    Why it Matters

    The Flyers and Red Wings have been playing against each other since 1967, and in that time, Detroit has never won four regular-season games in a row against the Flyers.

    Red Wings vs. Flyers By the Numbers

    Red Wings vs. Flyers Stats
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    • The Flyers and Red Wings have played in 148 regular-season games, and the Red Wings have never won four in a row against the Flyers.
    • Flyers center Scott Laughton opened the scoring midway through the third period and scored the game-winner in the Flyers' last victory over the Red Wings on February 3, 2020.
    • Detroit forward Lucas Raymond scored his 15th goal of the season with 41.6 seconds left in regulation.
    • Raymond has seven goals in the past 11 games and has improved his overall game, from not scoring in his first seven games to being a consistent offensive threat.

    What They're Saying

    • “It’s pretty good I think,” said Detroit forward Lucas Raymond on his current game. “The biggest thing for me is just trusting what I do and sticking with it.”

    The Bottom Line

    The Red Wings had a chance to make history, but the Flyers were able to end their winning streak. Detroit forward Lucas Raymond continues to impress, scoring his 15th goal of the season with 41.6 seconds left in regulation.

    What is the Detroit Red Wings schedule?

    Stream all games on FuboTV

    Remaining Detroit Red Wings Schedule:

    Fri, Jan 27@ New York7:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Feb 7vs Edmonton7:30 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Feb 9vs Calgary7:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Feb 11vs Vancouver12:00 PMBally Sports
    Mon, Feb 13@ Vancouver10:00 PMBally Sports
    Wed, Feb 15@ Edmonton9:30 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Feb 16@ Calgary9:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Feb 18@ Seattle10:30 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Feb 21@ Washington7:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Feb 23vs New York7:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Feb 25vs Tampa Bay7:00 PMBally Sports
    Mon, Feb 27@ Ottawa7:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Feb 28@ Ottawa7:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Mar 2vs Seattle7:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Mar 4@ New York12:30 PMBally Sports
    Sun, Mar 5@ Philadelphia6:00 PMBally Sports
    Wed, Mar 8vs Chicago7:30 PMTNT
    Sat, Mar 11@ Boston1:00 PMBally Sports
    Sun, Mar 12vs Boston1:30 PMTNT
    Tue, Mar 14@ Nashville8:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Mar 18vs Colorado1:00 PMBally Sports
    Mon, Mar 20vs Florida7:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Mar 21@ St. Louis8:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Mar 23vs St. Louis7:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Mar 25@ Philadelphia1:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Mar 28vs Pittsburgh7:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Mar 30vs Carolina7:30 PMBally Sports
    Fri, Mar 31@ Winnipeg8:00 PMBally Sports
    Sun, Apr 2@ Toronto7:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Apr 4@ Montreal7:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Apr 6vs Buffalo7:00 PMBally Sports
    Sat, Apr 8vs Pittsburgh8:00 PMBally Sports
    Mon, Apr 10vs Dallas7:00 PMBally Sports
    Tue, Apr 11@ Carolina7:00 PMBally Sports
    Thu, Apr 13@ Tampa Bay7:00 PMBally Sports

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