Jay Rosehill's goal late in the second proved to be the game-winner in the Flyers fourth straight win, a 5-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
This time, they didn't come from behind. But the Flyers brought the same energy they did in their previous three games.
The Flyers would up their season-high winning streak to four with another 5-3 win, this time against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Flyers wasted no time getting on the board as Simon Gagne scored on a nifty deflection in front to give the Flyers the lead just 1:19 into the game.
The Leafs answered just two minutes later on a goal by Nikolai Kulemin on a rebound.
Toronto would take the lead off a Flyers turnover. John Michael Liles fired a shot that appeared to be deflected and beat Ilya Bryzgalov to put the Leafs ahead.
But less than two minutes later, with just 1:25 remaining in the first, Jake Voracek scored to even the score going into the first intermission.
The Flyers again wasted no time scoring in the second. Brayden Schenn buried a shot just 54 seconds in to give the Flyers the lead back.
With under five minutes to play in the second, a shot by Sean Couturier was deflected in by Jay Rosehill, one of the newest Flyers, making it 4-2 after two.
The Leafs cut into the lead in the third as former Flyer James van Riemsdyk scored his first goal in 10 games at 6:14.
With the Leafs applying strong pressure in the third, the Flyers held the one-goal lead with the help of Bryzgalov. With 17 seconds remaining in regulation, Luke Schenn, the former Leaf traded for van Riemsdyk, fired a long shot at an empty net that went in, sealing the Flyers win.
The determination of the Flyers showed once again. This is a team that doesn't want to give up on the playoffs just yet. And with 11 games left in the regular season, they are certainly alive in the race.
With the win and some help from the Boston Bruins, the Flyers have closed to within two points of eighth place in the Eastern Conference standings trailing the Devils, Rangers and Jets in the standings.
They face the Jets on Saturday afternoon. They still have games against the Rangers, Devils and seventh-place New York Islanders, only three points ahead of the Flyers.
The race to the playoffs is on and the Flyers are in the hunt. There should be plenty of excitement in these final 11 games.