Tuesday's overtime winner enabled the Flyers to survive a sloppy third period when they surrendered the lead and survived several wide-open misses by Tyler Bertuzzi, who clearly had to be talking to himself after the game.
Travis Konecny scored the game-winner Tuesday and Jake Voracek had his 20th multi-point game of the season as the Flyers outlasted host Detroit in OT, 3-2.
"The atmosphere was unbelievable. If I hadn't been there to see it live, I probably wouldn't have believed it," goalie Michal Neuvirth said.
The Flyers have not lost faith in defenseman Travis Sanheim, 21, who was sent to the minors Monday. They hope he builds his confidence with the AHL's Phantoms.
Travis Konecny has 10 points in his last 11 games. He had two goals over the weekend, including an overtime winner.
Carter Hart was named the Western Hockey League's Goaltender of the Week for the fifth time.
The Flyers, winners of three straight, will play their first game at the new Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday.
Sanheim, 21, was a healthy scratch in eight of the last nine games, and the Flyers want him playing.
After being out of the lineup for two games, goalie Brian Elliott was stellar as the Flyers outlasted Washington in overtime, 2-1, and moved into a playoff spot Sunday.
Longtime USA Hockey executive and U.S. Olympic men's hockey general manager Jim Johannson died unexpectedly Sunday at age 53, shocking the sport less than three weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games.
Young stars Travis Konecny, Ivan Provorov and Shayne Gostisbehere showed the way to a 3-1 victory.
Paul Holmgren, the Flyers' president, has ties to both the Eagles and Vikings. But his heart bleeds purple since he grew up in Saint Paul, Minn.
The Flyers, three points out of a wild-card spot, will be aiming for their second win over New Jersey in the last week.