The Flyers will be aiming for their first season series win over the Penguins since 2014-15, and at the same time, hoping to keep pace in the playoff chase.
After Saturday’s action, the Flyers are eight points behind the Columbus Blue Jackets for the second wild-card spot. The Flyers haven't been that far back in since Feb. 15.
Let's take a look at Sunday night's essentials:
• When: 7:30 p.m. ET
• Where: PPG Paints Arena
• Broadcast: NBCSN
• Live stream: NBCSportsPhiladelphia.com and the NBC Sports MyTeams app
• The Flyers are looking to put behind a devastating loss in Toronto, where they blew a three-goal lead to the Maple Leafs. It was their first regulation loss scoring six or more goals since a 9-8 loss to Winnipeg on Oct. 27, 2011.
The Flyers spent a large majority of the game in their end of the ice. The Leafs had 96 attempted shots (51 on net), which were the most the Flyers had allowed in a game since the league started tracking missed and blocked shots in 2002.
The Flyers are also riding a two-game losing streak for the first time since Feb. 21. They have not dropped three straight in regulation since Jan. 3.
• In the three previous matchups against Pittsburgh, the Flyers have had 10 power-play opportunities (2 for 10) to the Penguins' two chances (0 for 2).
• Jakub Voracek has six points (three goals, three assists) in three games against the Penguins this season. Voracek scored the game-tying goal in the Stadium Series game at Lincoln Financial Field on Feb. 23.
Defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere is riding a four-game point streak, his longest of the season, with a goal and five assists.
• Claude Giroux, who was a game-time decision because he's dealing with an illness, will play. He has not missed a game since the 2015-16 season.
With his three-assist night in Toronto, Giroux hit the 75-point mark for the fifth time in his career, tying him with Mark Recchi, Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Tim Kerr. Bobby Clarke and Brian Propp are the franchise leaders with eight 75-point seasons.
• Justin Bailey has been recalled from Lehigh Valley and could fill in for Ryan Hartman, who missed Friday’s game against Toronto with an illness.
• The Penguins could be without defenseman Kris Letang and winger Bryan Rust. Neither player suited up Saturday against St. Louis. Letang has not played since he was wrestled to the ice by Gostisbehere in the outdoor game. Rust has missed the past nine games with a lower-body injury.
Sidney Crosby has a seven-game point streak against the Flyers with five goals and 10 assists. Crosby has also scored a goal in four straight games against the Flyers.
Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan did not say who will start in net, but both goaltenders saw action Saturday against the Blues. Matt Murray was pulled after allowing four goals on 13 shots. In relief, Casey DeSmith stopped 12 of 13 shots.
The Pens will also be wearing their black Stadium Series sweaters for tonight’s game.
Jakub Voracek-Sean Couturier-Claude Giroux
Oskar Lindblom-Nolan Patrick-Travis Konecny
James van Riemsdyk-Scott Laughton-Michael Raffl
Phil Varone-Corban Knight-Justin Bailey
Ivan Provorov-Travis Sanheim
Shayne Gostisbehere-Philippe Myers
Robert Hagg-Radko Gudas
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