Five things to know about the Flyers today:
1. So far, they have been the definition of mediocre. (See their 2-1-1 homestand and their 8-8-3 overall record.)
2. When their power-play isn't clicking -- it went 0 for 5 in Saturday's 3-0 loss to visiting Tampa Bay -- the Flyers don't have a strong enough five-on-five play to beat quality teams.
3. They play Tuesday against old pal Jaromir Jagr and the host Florida Panthers. Jagr is starting to show his age (44) -- he had just two goals in 18 games heading into Sunday. Jagr had 27 goals last season.
4. The Flyers lost Saturday despite having 70 shot attempts to Tampa's 29. "Like I said the other night, you don't get points for winning at shot attempts or winning on the shot chart," coach Dave Hakstol said.