PITTSBURGH -- Coming off consecutive road losses, the Pittsburgh Penguins will attempt to regain their consistency when they face the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday at Consol Energy Center (8 p.m. ET, NBCSN, TSN2, RDS).
Pittsburgh will play its first home game since its 4-2 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Nov. 1. The Penguins won in Columbus the following night before losing 5-1 at the New York Rangers and 2-1 at the St. Louis Blues.
After 11 days away from Pittsburgh, the Penguins expect to feed off of their home crowd.
"It's always nice playing in front of our fans," forward Pascal Dupuis said. "It's something we value. We play our best on this ice and we expect the best out of each other, especially playing an opponent like Philly.
"The fans are going to be fired up."