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Flyers visit Bruins on Wednesday Night Rivalry @NHLdotcom

The Philadelphia Flyers have had less regular-season success against the Boston Bruins than any other team since entering the NHL in 1967. They'll try to snap a six-game losing streak against the Bruins at TD Garden in this week's Wednesday Night Rivalry game (8 p.m. ET; NBCSN, TVA Sports).

The Flyers have a .433 point percentage in their 186 regular-season games against the Bruins, by far their lowest against any team, and they haven't won in Boston since a 2-1 victory on Oct. 6, 2011.

The Bruins should be well-rested; they've been off since winning 5-3 at the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday. The Flyers lost 2-1 at home to the Dallas Stars on Tuesday.

Tale of the tape
2-2-1 (5th, Metropolitan) 2015-16 Record 2-3-0 (6th, Atlantic)
1856-1287-457-123 All-Time Record 2981-2270-791-135
65-90-21-10 Head-to-Head Regular-Season Record 100-59-21-6
0-4-2 Streak vs. Opponent 6-0-0
0-3-2 @ Boston Home/Road Streak vs. Opponent 5-0-0 vs. Flyers
2 Stanley Cup Championships 6
9 Hall of Fame Members 48
Bob Clarke Most Famous Alumnus Bobby Orr
4 Hart Trophy Winners 12
37 Postseason Appearances 69
Mark Recchi (1992-95; 1999-2004) Best Player in Common Mark Recchi (2008-11)
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