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.

5. Jake Voracek had 15 shot attempts Saturday -- and five on goal. He entered Sunday with 70 shots on goal, tied with Washington's Alex Ovechkin for third in the NHL. San Jose's Brent Burns (80) and St. Louis's Vladimir Tarasensko (71) were Nos. 1 and 2.