With Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvirth suffering injuries eight days apart, general manager Ron Hextall needs to bolster the Flyers goaltending before the Feb. 26 trade deadline.
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.
The Flyers, on a 5-0-2 run, will try to avenge last month's lopsided loss when they play the New York Rangers in a noon matinee Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
In a hard-to-fathom inaugural season, the Vegas Golden Knights have done more than establish themselves as an elite NHL team. They have uplifted a city still healing from the Oct. 1 shootings that left 58 dead.,
Greg Smyth, a former Flyers defenseman known for his physical play, died at age 51 on Friday, according to the team's alumni association.
The Flyers ended a 13-year losing streak in games played in Columbus, scoring a dramatic 2-1 OT win Friday.
It was going to take a Herculean effort for the Flyers to emerge with two points at nationwide Arena Friday night. And that's exactly what they got.
From Shayne Gostisbehere to Claude Giroux to Brian Elliott, the Flyers some have experience with the injuries.
The Columbus goalie, whom the Flyers traded in 2012 for draft picks that became Anthony Stolarz and Taylor Leier, is 9-2-0 with a 1.79 GAA and .939 save percentage against the team that drafted him.
Gostisbehere attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School for two years.
Top goalie Brian Elliott is projected to miss 5-6 weeks, meaning that oft-injured, oft-ill and oft-erratic Michal Neuvirth will receive most of the remaining 25 regular-season starts.