The Canadiens ride a season-high four-game W streak onto not-always-friendly Bell Centre ice Saturday night.

Philadelphia Flyers’ Oskar Lindblom (23) moves in on Montreal Canadiens goaltender Antti Niemi as Canadiens’ Jeff Petry (26) defends during first period NHL hockey action in Montreal, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019. Graham Hughes / THE CANADIAN PRESS

Nolan Patrick sealed the deal for Philly.

He gave them a 3-1 lead 7:05 into the third period. Then, after Max Domi made it 3-1 31 seconds later, Patrick scored off a dominant shift to restore a there-goal lead for the visitors.

After Brett Kulak scored with four minutes left, Michael Raffl got an empty-netter.

Philadelphia scored twice in 35 seconds to take the lead, late in the second period. The scorers were Travis Konecny, burying a rebound past Antti Niemi, and James Van Riemsdyk, batting one in from the slot.

Shots were 35-24 for the losing team.

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