The Philadelphia Flyers have been getting goals from a number of players.
The possible return of captain Chris Pronger could make them even more dangerous.
Philadelphia looks to continue its best road start in 18 years Wednesday night when it faces the Tampa Bay Lightning, who are going for their first five-game home winning streak since 2007-08.
With eight players scoring in Saturday's 9-2 victory over Columbus - the team's highest-scoring game since a 9-5 win over Montreal on Feb. 6, 1997 - six Flyers have at least five goals and the club leads the NHL with 56.
"A lot of guys are stepping up," center Danny Briere told the Flyers' official website. "(Jaromir) Jagr has helped out a lot (with six goals) ... even young guys like Sean Couturier who has five (goals), that's very impressive. It's good that everybody has more responsibility in that department and it's definitely good to see."
So is seeing Pronger complete two straight practices. The veteran defenseman, who has missed...