6,484: Days since Detroit's last regular season win in Philadelphia, Jan. 25, 1997. The Red Wings haven't won here (0-9-0) since sweeping the '97 Stanley Cup final.

65 percent: The Red Wings' "Corsi-for percentage," which helps quantify the lopsided nature of Saturday's game. The Flyers won, 4-2, but were outshot by a 37-17 margin. Detroit had 65 percent of all shot attempts. Wings coach Mike Babcock said he didn't think the Flyers "ever" had momentum in the game.

Zero: Number of suspensions in the NHL so far this season, including the preseason. No player has even been issued a fine. Last season, there were 10 suspensions in the first month, another 7 in the preseason and 3 fines doled out. San Jose's John Scott may soon change that - after he left the bench to enter an on-ice altercation, which usually carries a mandatory 10-game ban.

April 8: Last time the Flyers won back-to-back games. They had 11 different winning streaks last season. 

vs. Los Angeles
Tomorrow, 7 o'clock

After an extended run at Staples Center, the Kings will embark on a fivegame road trip beginning in Philadelphia, with stops in Pittsburgh, Detroit, Carolina and Dallas. The defending Stanley Cup champs completed a sixgame sweep of their homestand with a 5-2 win over Columbus yesterday. Mike Richards (two assists) hasn't done much to repay Dean Lombardi after talk this summer of a possible contract buyout.

at Tampa Bay
Thursday, 7:30 p.m.

The Lightning's five-game swing out to Western Canada ended with a 7-2 thud on the way back in Minnesota. Tampa Bay (5-3-1) started off picking up wins in three of four in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Winnipeg. Tampa Bay is in the top five with 27 goals, with Steven Stamkos going for eight points in nine games. Highly touted rookie Jonathan Drouin netted his first NHL goal against the Jets on Friday night.

at Florida
Saturday, 7 o'clock

The new-look Panthers (2-2-3) are off to a scrappy start, especially on the road (2-0-3). They just haven't found a win yet at BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla. (0-2-0), where sparse crowds have been the biggest story. They're averaging just 9,365 fans in two home dates, including the lowest-attended homeopener (11,419) in franchise history. The Panthers have the fewest goals scored (10 in seven games) in the East.

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