NHL: CAROLINA (4-3) at PHILADELPHIA (5-1) <h3>Biron, Flyers look to continue red-hot start</h3> <div class="pre">Carolina (4-1-2) at Philadelphia (5-1-0) 7:00 pm EDT</div> PHILADELPHIA (Ticker) -- Martin Biron has not yielded a goal forover 137 minutes. Biron will look to build off back-to-back shutouts as thePhiladelphia Flyers go for their fourth straight win when theyhost the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday in a battle of EasternConference division leaders. The 30-year-old netminder turned aside 38 shots against the NewJersey Devils on Thursday and made 31 saves in Tuesday's victoryover the Atlanta Thrashers. Biron, who came to Philadelphia in a midseason trade with theBuffalo Sabres last season, has started every game this campaignand has won four straight contests. He has yielded just threegoals over his current streak. Great goaltending has been only one part of the Flyers' winningformula. The offense has exploded for 25 goals this season.Daniel Briere, who signed a huge deal in the offseason, hascollected four goals and nine points for his new club. The Hurricanes' offense has enjoyed some success as well. Theyhave notched 18 goals in their last four contests, going 3-0-1in that span. Eric Stahl leads the club with five goals and eight points andJustin Williams has collected seven assists this season. Carolina's three-game winning streak was snapped when netminderCam Ward allowed all three skaters to score in Friday's shootoutwith the Pittsburgh Penguins.