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Game Preview: Devils Visit the Flyers in Second Preseason Matchup

The Devils visit the Flyers in their second preseason tilt.



Game Preview: Devils Visit the Flyers in Preseason Matchup

The New Jersey Devils will bring a smaller group to Philadelphia on Saturday following a roster trim of 13 players. As we inch closer to the regular season, the NHL roster becomes a little clearer every day. Here’s what you need to know for tonight when the Devils visit the Flyers in their second preseason tilt.

Time: 7:00 PM      Watch/Stream:     Listen: DEVILS HOCKEY NET

Last Game

The Devils tracked to Manhattan to take on the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Akira Schmid led the way through the first 30 minutes of play making a perfect 21/21 saves. Goals by Tyler Toffoli, Jesper Bratt, and Michael McLeod sealed a 3-2 victory over the Blueshirts in regulation. Seven different Devils players registered a point in the contest. Erik Kallgren relieved Schmid in the latter 30 minutes of Thursday night’s game. After allowing a goal on the first shot he saw, Kallgren settled down making 19/21 saves.

Projected Devils Lineup

Timo Meier – Nico Hischier – Alexander Holtz

Ondrej Palat – Erik Haula – Dawson Mercer

Max Willman – Chris Tierney – Tyce Thompson

Shane Bowers – Kyle Criscuolo – Curtis Lazar

Jonas Siegenthaler – Dougie Hamilton

Santeri Hatakka – Brendan Smith

Michael Vukojevic – Cal Foote

Vitek Vanecek

Akira Schmid

Projected Flyers Lineup

Brendan Furry – Sean Couturier – Travis Konecny

Wade Allison – Noah Cates – Bobby Brink

Patrick Brown – Tanner Lacyznski – Cam Atkinson

Olle Lycksell – Rhett Gardner – Samu Tuomaala

Marc Staal – Sean Walker

Emil Andrae – Rasmus Ristolainen

Adam Ginning – Ronnie Attard

Carter Hart

Felix Sandstrom


According to the game notes via Devils PR, “The Devils opened the 2023-24 preseason against Philadelphia on Mon., Sept. 25, and recorded four goals in the game’s opening 5:50 (O. Palat, E. Haula, T. Thompson & A. Holtz).

Forwards Timo Meier and Michael McLeod tallied New Jersey’s two other goals, while the team earned a 6-0 shutout
victory against the City of Brotherly Love. Since Feb. 25, 2023, the Devils have outscored Philadelphia 13-0 in two games
played (regular/preseason).

Captain Nico Hischier has recorded 15 PTS (6g-9a) in 19 career regular-season contests vs. the Flyers since he first
laced up the skates at the NHL level with the Devils in 2017-18.

New Jersey earned a 2-2-0 record vs. Philadelphia last season, while netminder Akira Schmid earned both victories for
the Devils.”

2023-24 Regular Season Matchups vs Flyers

Nov. 30 at PHI, 7:00 P.M.
Dec. 19 vs PHI, 7:00 P.M.
Feb. 17 vs PHI, 8:00 P.M.
April 13 at PHI, 5:00 P.M.

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