Flyers go for fifth straight win vs. slumping Stars

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Dallas (6-9-4) at Philadelphia (9-6-4) 7:00 pm EST

PHILADELPHIA (Ticker) -- After an early-season swoon, the

Philadelphia Flyers are beginning to look like a decent team.

The Flyers will look to push their winning streak to five games

when they take on the Dallas Stars on Monday.

Captain Mike Richards set up the tying goal with 67 seconds left

in regulation and scored 1:35 into overtime as Philadelphia

rallied for a 4-3 triumph over the Phoenix Coyotes on Saturday.

Jeff Carter scored a goal and set up another and Scott Hartnell

and Mike Knuble also tallied as the Flyers notched their fourth

straight victory.

Three of those wins have come by one goal.

Carter has been hot of late, posting five goals over his last

five games. He leads the team with 14 tallies.

The Stars have slumped over the last month, going 2-5-2 since

October 31 and managing more than three goals just once during

that span.

Loui Eriksson scored the lone tally in a 2-1 shootout loss to

the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday.



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