It's a big test against another big team from out West.
The Flyers (19-23-6) host the Jets (31-15-) tonight as the orange and black shoot for a season-high four-game winning streak in their first game back from their bye week and NHL All-Star break.
Winnipeg hasn't won in Philadelphia since January 31, 2012. The Flyers have won six straight over the Jets at the Wells Fargo Center.
Let's take a look at tonight's essentials.
• When: 7 p.m. ET
• Where: Wells Fargo Center
• Broadcast: NBCSP, NBCSN
• Live stream: NBCSportsPhiladelphia.com and the NBC Sports MyTeams app
• Claude Giroux returned from the All-Star Game in San Jose after helping lead the Metropolitan Division to a 10-5 championship victory over Blake Wheeler, Mark Scheifele and the Central Division. Giroux scored 1:53 into the game as the Metros exploded to a five-goal first-period lead.
As part of the winning All-Star team, Giroux will receive a percentage of the $1 million earnings. The Flyers' captain hinted that he will donate some of those winnings to his foundation, which supports the Silver Springs Martin Luther School, CHOP and the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation.
Giroux was definitely ready to get back to work. Upon returning to the team, he asked interim head coach Scott Gordon if there were any video review sessions that he missed Sunday. The player and coach sat down and looked at film of the team's neutral zone forecheck.
• Mikhail Vorobyev returns after he was recalled Sunday from Lehigh Valley. Vorobyev practiced with the team and centered the Flyers' fourth line with Michael Raffl and Phil Varone.
Vorobyev opened the season as the Flyers' third-line center, beating out Jordan Weal and Scott Laughton in training camp. After collecting a point in each of his first two games, Vorobyev went scoreless in his next five games and saw his ice time nearly cut in half.
I was so happy. It's another chance for me. I just want to stay in the NHL for my whole career and just try to do everything for this.
• With a point against the Jets, Sean Couturier will set a new career best with a seven-game point streak. With an assist Jan. 19 against Montreal, Couturier matched his previous six-game streak established back in December 2014.
Couturier has 10 points (four goals, six assists) during his current streak, including a hat trick in a 4-3 win over the Bruins.
• The Jets will be without the services of hulking defenseman Dustin Byfuglien, who has missed the previous 10 games with an ankle injury. Byfuglien scored a power-play goal during Winnipeg's 7-1 trouncing of the Flyers on Dec. 9.
Winnipeg's power play is fourth in the NHL at 26.0 percent, but outside of Manitoba, it's not quite as lethal. The Jets' power play has a 35.2 success rate at home compared to a 16.2 percentage on the road - the widest disparity between home/road splits in the NHL.
James van Riemsdyk - Claude Giroux - Travis Konecny
Oskar Lindblom - Sean Couturier - Jake Voracek
Scott Laughton - Nolan Patrick - Wayne Simmonds
Michael Raffl - Mikhail Vorobyev - Phil Varone
Ivan Provorov - Travis Sanheim
Shayne Gostisbehere - Robert Hagg
Andrew MacDonald - Radko Gudas
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