The Pittsburgh Penguins and their arch-rivals, the Philadelphia Flyers, meet tonight in Pittsburgh.
It's a hockey night in Pittsburgh tonight as the Philadelphia Flyers (7-9-1). The Flyers currently find themselves out of the playoff bubble at press time, but find themselves playing better hockey of late, including a 7-0 shellacking of the lowly New York Islanders in their last game.
At 11-5-0, the Penguins are tied for first in the Atlantic Division and look to extend that lead over their in-state arch-rival tonight.
So the solution here, since he's performing very well at both ends of the ice, seems to be to play him more. And yesterday's game -- which found him on the top line with Giroux and Read -- was an encouraging sign that he'll get more playing time going forward