Five things to know about the streaking Flyers (18-10-3) today:

1. With Sunday's 1-0 overtime win in Detroit, Anthony Stolarz (22 years, 326 days) became the youngest Flyers goaltender to post a shutout since Dominic Roussel (22 years, five days) in 1992, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

2. The Flyers' nine-game winning streak equals their fourth-longest in franchise history. The franchise record is 13, set in 1985. The Flyers' next four games: at Colorado on Wednesday, at Dallas on Saturday, vs. Nashville on Monday, and vs. Washington on Dec. 21.

3. During their nine-game surge, Jake Voracek has 15 points (four goals, 11 assists), Claude Giroux has 11 points (five goals, six assists), and Wayne Simmonds has nine points (five goals, four assists).

4. Brayden Schenn has four goals - including back-to-back game-winners - in the last two contests.

5. Sunday's victory marked the first time since the NHL implemented regular season overtime in 1983 that the Flyers won a game, 1-0, on an OT goal. There were two times they won, 1-0, in a shootout.