Three Stars: 1. Miles Wood 2. Michael Cammalleri 3. Keith Kinkaid
The Devils improved to 2-0-0 in 2016-17 against the Flyers and closed-out their 11th of 18 sets of back-to-back games. New Jersey is 3-5-3 in first games of back-to-backs and is 6-2-3 in the second contest.
New Jersey is now 7-1-1 at Wells Fargo Center and are 13-3-3 overall against Philadelphia since the 2012-13 season.
The Devils are now 6-4-2 against the Metropolitan Division and are 11-12-5 against Eastern Conference opponents.
New Jersey was out-shot, 36-29.
The Devils power play was 2-7 and is 4-15 (26.7%) with the man-advantage over the last five games.
New Jersey converted on a 0:17 five-on-three man advantage at 15:51 of the second period and is now 1-6 with a two-man advantage this season.
The Devils penalty-kill was 6-6 and is 17-21 (81.0%) over the last five games.
Pavel Zacha opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the year at 7:11 of the first period.
Kyle Palmieri notched the game-winning goal and his 11th of the season on the power play at 15:51 of the second period. He now has six points (3g-3a) in his last six games and scored the Devils first five-on-three power play goal this season.
Miles Wood scored twice for the Devils and recorded the first multi-point game of his NHL career. He also led the Devils with five shots and 9 PIM.
Michael Cammalleri had two assists in the second period and now has 15 on the season.
P.A. Parenteau assisted Palmieri’s goal and has three assists in his last three games.
Taylor Hall assisted Wood’s power play goal at 4:26 of the third period. Hall has six points (2g-4a) in his last six games.
Jacob Josefson, Kyle Quincey, Steven Santini and Karl Stolleryeach added an assist in the Devils win.
Damon Severson led the Devils with six blocks and 4 hits on the night.
Jon Merriill recorded a team high 24:53 TOI.
Keith Kinkaid stopped 35 of 36 shots (.972 save%) and improved to 6-5-2 on the season.