After scoring a season-high seven goals in their win over Toronto, the Flyers continue their eight-game road trip Sunday night in Winnipeg (9 p.m.,TCN).
Scott Laughton grew up about 20 minutes outside of Toronto, so scoring a goal against the Leafs in front of his family and friends made for a special moment.
4dScott Laughton and the Flyers saw their five-game point streak come to an end Tuesday night with a 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
5dPenguins forward Beau Bennett has the mumps, joining Sidney Crosby and a dozen other players in the NHL with the disease.
5dThe Flyers have a favorable home game tonight, as the Lightning are coming off the first game of a back-to-back and their goalie is banged up.
5dAfter back-to-back wins over weak division rivals, the Flyers will try to win a third consecutive game when they face the Tampa Bay Lightning Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
5dThe Flyers have just one win against the Lightning in the past two seasons -- but host them at a prime time to notch a victory Tuesday night.
5dWe recap Monday's top NHL action, including the Penguins using their rookies to beat the Lightning.
6dThe Flyers will honor Peter Forsberg, the player current and fellow Swede Flyer Nicklas Grossmann said "had it all," ahead of Tuesday's game.
Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)