Voracek dished out two more assists Thursday in a 6-3 win over Nashville, adding a plus-3 rating. That's five assists in two games coming out of the All-Star break and a whopping 10 points over a five-game span for Voracek, who's been aggressively making up for lost time over the last couple months after he struggled to start the year. With his game looking about as strong as ever, look for Voracek to correct his shortfall of goals down the stretch -- he still has just eight to go with 33 assists, which is far more of an unbalanced line than his career norm.
Voracek racked up three assists -- two of them on the power play -- in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Montreal. All three of the goals the Flyers scored on Mike Condon had Voracek involved, and his hot streak just keeps getting more impressive. Over the last eight games, Voracek has piled up 13 points and a plus-5 rating as he continues to put his slow start far, far behind him. Although he's still stuck on single-digit goals, Voracek's put 143 shots on net and has converted an uncharacteristically low 5.6 percent of them. All in all, he seems primed for positive regression in the second half.
Voracek scored two goals Monday -- including the overtime game-winner -- in a 4-3 victory over Washington. Voracek has cranked it up a notch lately, rattling off 10 points over the last eight games. After a horrendously slow start, he's up to 36 points in 47 games and will need to maintain something resembling his current rate of production if the Flyers hope to battle their way into a playoff spot come April.
Voracek collected an assist and three hits in Monday's 3-2 loss to Boston. Vorcaek now has 10 points in his last 10 games, a sure sign that he's decided to emerge from his offensive hibernation. Unfortunately, he faces the Capitals -- a team that has allowed the fewest goals in the league -- on Wednesday. That's likely to send him back to the den for a few more winks until he faces a more favorable matchup.
Voracek tallied a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Thursday's 4-3 loss to Pittsburgh. Well, the Flyers still aren't winning a whole lot, but Voracek is starting to look like his old self again -- he's racked up seven points in the last five games. Slowly but surely, his stats are starting to look more typical; the goal total's still still way lower than expected, but that could come up in a hurry with an extended hot streak.
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