The Leafs, with 12 victories over their last 16 games, are the NHL's hottest team. They also are an astounding 10-2-1 in one-goal games.
The Flyers, coming off a three-game sweep in Western Canada, have lost six straight at the Wells Fargo Center and are looking for their first home win since Nov. 9.
Three years ago, Gostisbehere underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL. Wentz is expected to have the same doctor.
The left winger has produced ever since he was promoted to the Flyers' second line.
Defenseman Radko Gudas will give the Flyers physicality and a veteran presence when he returns to the lineup Tuesday, but will he be able to stay out of the penalty box?
Having shown they can win on the road - where they are 7-5-3 - the Flyers need to start dominating at home if they want to climb into the playoff picture.
The Flyers revived their sagging season by sweeping Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver - the first time they had done that in regulation since 1996.
Along with defenseman Samuel Morin, these top Flyers prospects have lost out to depth and a lucky draft pick on their way to the NHL - for now. Ron Hextall is preaching patience.
Sparked by Jake Voracek's three assists, the Flyers won all three of their Western Canada games in regulation for the first time since 1996.
Edmonton's star had no goals and one assist, total, as the Flyers swept the two-game series with Edmonton this season.
Jordan Weal, Dale Weise, Michael Raffl, and Wayne Simmonds scored in a 4-2 victory in Edmonton.
Moorestown's T.J. Brennan, a veteran defenseman, and goalie Alex Lyon were recalled from the Flyers to replace the injured players.
The Flyers, coming off a 5-2 victory in Calgary, will aim for their second two-game winning streak of the season when they play in Edmonton on Wednesday.