The Flyers are in search of their first win tonight when they play the Devils (see story).
Goalie Ilya Bryzgalov has struggled according to his numbers, but a poor penalty kill unit has played a factor in his performance. Bryzgalov, in his second year with the Flyers, has actually played well looking beyond the stats (see story).
Now, here's a look at the action tonight around the NHL:
Jets at Capitals, 7 p.m.
The Washington Capitals are back home and hoping that Alex Ovechkin's top line will make amends for a poor first game.
The Capitals have won 10 straight home openers heading into Tuesday night's matchup with the Winnipeg Jets.
Washington has not dropped its Verizon Center opener since a 4-1 defeat to Los Angeles in 2000-01.
The Capitals are looking to regroup after Saturday's 6-3 loss at Tampa Bay.
The top line of Ovechkin, Marcus Johansson and Nicklas Backstrom failed to produce a point, with Ovechkin taking all four of his shots in the first period. Coach Adam Oates is sticking with that group Tuesday.
Lightning at Hurricanes, 7 p.m.
The Carolina Hurricanes couldn't get much going in their first game in more than nine months.
Maybe they'll get energized by beginning their home schedule against a Southeast Division rival.
Carolina opens a stretch of four of five on its own ice Tuesday night against a Tampa Bay Lightning club trying to avoid back-to-back road losses.
Back from the extended NHL lockout, the Hurricanes had a rough start in what they're hoping is their first playoff season in four years, losing 5-1 to Florida on Saturday.
Kings at Avalanche, 9 p.m.
If the Los Angeles Kings are to bounce back from a rough opener, the reigning Stanley Cup champions must play better against the Colorado Avalanche than they did last season.
The visiting Kings look to avoid a fifth consecutive defeat to the Avalanche on Tuesday night.
Aside from the raising of the franchise's first Stanley Cup championship banner, Los Angeles had little to celebrate after a 5-2 loss to Chicago on Saturday. Displaying more speed and skill, the Blackhawks scored on a 5-on-3 advantage 3:41 into the game and added two more first-period goals en route to spoiling the Kings' special day.
"We took a moment to appreciate it, to look back, but now we've got to move forward," said defenseman Rob Scuderi, who matched his goal total from last season when he scored late in the second period. "If we use last season as a focus and a crutch to lean on, we're going to be out of this season pretty quick."
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