"I got the taste. Now I know I can do it,'' the rookie netminder says.
The Flyers moved to within three points of first-place Washington in the Metropolitan Division. They are now 12-0-1 at home against Montreal since April 2, 2010.
After a bumpy first start, Alex Lyon has fashioned two dependable, if not outstanding performances. He has faced a total of 52 shots over two games and allowed three goals in his second coming with the Flyers, and none were stoppable.
Petr Mrazek, the Flyers' new No. 1 goalie, said he was ready for a fresh start after playing in just 22 games this season for Detroit.
The veteran right winger, who has 20 goals, including a team-high 10 on the power play, will miss two to three weeks, GM Ron Hextall said on Tuesday.
Petr Mrazek is a competent, proven goalie. The Flyers needed one, and in this era of the NHL, sometimes that's all a team needs to make a playoff run.
Oskar Lindblom, a 21-year-old Swede promoted from Lehigh Valley, is expected to make his NHL debut.
With Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvirth suffering injuries eight days apart, general manager Ron Hextall needed to bolster the Flyers goaltending before the Feb. 26 trade deadline.
Wayne Simmonds, who is tied for second on the Flyers with 20 goals, will miss two to three weeks with an undisclosed injury.
The left winger will be in Philadelphia's lineup Tuesday against visiting Montreal. More moves are expected.
Flyers coach Dave Hakstol, trying to take some of the pressure off rookie goalie Alex Lyon, said "we've won games as a team, and we'll continue to do that."
Arizona's Antti Raanta, Buffalo's Robin Lehner, and Toronto prospect Calvin Pickard are among the goalies that could draw the interest of Flyers' GM Ron Hextall.
Claude Giroux scored his 200th career goal and collected three points as the Flyers whipped the host New York Rangers, but lost goalie Michal Neuvrith to an injury.