The Philadelphia Flyers head to Ottawa looking to make a big statement after getting pounded in their home opener by the San Jose Sharks 8-2.
The team left goalie Brian Elliott out to dry so Calvin Pickard will make his Flyers debut at the Canadian Tire Centre Wednesday.
Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere said some guys need to look in the mirror after the Sharks loss, but one of those guys definitely isn't Wayne Simmonds who continues to make a statement during a contract year and now has four points in the first three games to start the season.
Claude Giroux was also very vocal about the loss and basically guaranteed a win in Ottawa tonight.
"Games like that, they're frustrating. But it's one game, everyone needs to relax. We'll go back to work tomorrow, get a win in Ottawa and then we're going to move on from there." Giroux said.
Craig Anderson gets the start for the Ottawa Senators and you can catch the game on NBC Sports Philly.
There isn't expected to be any lineup changes besides Pickard between the pipes.
Here's a look at the projected lineups for both teams:
Flyers projected lineup
Claude Giroux -- Sean Couturier -- Jakub Voracek
Oskar Lindblom -- Nolan Patrick -- Travis Konecny
Jordan Weal -- Mikhail Vorobyev -- Wayne Simmonds
Scott Laughton -- Jori Lehtera -- Michael Raffl
Ivan Provorov -- Shayne Gostisbehere
Robert Hagg -- Andrew MacDonald
Travis Sanheim -- Radko Gudas
Senators projected lineup
Ryan Dzingel -- Zack Smith -- Mark Stone
Brady Tkachuk -- Matt Duchene -- Mikkel Boedker
Alex Formenton -- Chris Tierney -- Bobby Ryan
Magnus Paajarvi -- Tom Pyatt -- Colin White
Thomas Chabot -- Dylan DeMelo
Mark Borowiecki -- Chris Wideman
Maxime Lajoie -- Cody Ceci