After four losses in a row, the Penguins will try to salvage their three-game road trip with a win tonight in Philadelphia. The Flyers are currently en fuego, going 9-0-1 in their last 10 games, climbing to just 6 points behind the Penguins in Metropolitan Division. This is the second of four games the two teams play this year. The first game this season saw the Flyers leave PPG Paints Arena with a 4-2 win back on Dec. 1. The Pens may get a bump from a returning Evgeni Malkin. Malkin practiced in a full-contact jersey yesterday and worked with the power play unit. Listen to the best rivalry in hockey as the Flyers and Pens face off tonight on Rocky 96.5!