The Flyers are the NHL's most explosive team, averaging a league-best 3.47 goals per game.
Balanced scoring has been the team's trademark as eight players have reached double-figures in goals, including Danny Briere (25), Jeff Carter (20), Claude Giroux (18), Mike Richards (17) and Scott Hartnell (16).
"Obviously, they have a very good lineup; they're very well spread out," said Devils forward Danius Zubrus, a former Flyer. "To me, what stands out since (Peter) Laviolette came there is how much they play in a unit of five, how their gaps are so good."
Added Zubrus, whose team will face the host Flyers Saturday afternoon: "I remember when he was the coach at Carolina and they won the Stanley Cup, and how their D was involved in the play _ keeping the puck in and making smart pinches. Making it a four on three instead of a three on three. . ...This (Flyers) team is like that. They made good reads and really follow up the play. Their D pushes to the net on a three on two. They kind of push the pace and make it a little more difficult" to play against."