Entering Tuesday, only Phoenix and Columbus had fewer home points than the Flyers, who were 11-7-3 at the Wells Fargo Center. They are a league-best 18-7-2 on the road.
Coach Peter Laviolette noted the Flyers played well in a recent home loss to Boston and were so-so in a road victory in Florida.
But he sees lots of room for home improvement.
"Certainly we talk about it. I'm not happy with it, and I know the players aren't happy with it," he said. "This is our building and our fans, and our home record is not even close to where it needs to be. We need to do a better job here."
The Flyers haven't had many consecutive games at home, but Tuesday started a stretch in which eight of their next 10 games will be at the Wells Fargo Center.
"There are times to really home in and make sure you're playing your best, and I think for us it has to be at home," Coburn said. "One of our goals is home-ice advantage for the playoffs, and we have to make sure we take care of our home games and really start establishing our dominance at home."
After missing two straight games with a groin injury, Jaromir Jagr returned to the lineup and began the game on a line with Matt Read and Brayden Schenn. Wayne Simmonds started in Jagr's old spot, on a unit with Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell.
Danny Briere and James van Riemsdyk, sidelined with concussions, skated for the second straight day. Each is out indefinitely.
Van Riemsdyk sat out his seventh consecutive game, while Briere, who blamed himself for being in a position to get hit in his last game, missed his third straight.
"I've passed all the tests, now it's all about myself, deciding when I feel good enough," Briere said just before Tuesday's game. "You see all the guys going back and having second and third concussions. . . . That's what I have to be careful about. I remember early in my career I probably would have been back the next day.
"Now we know a lot more about them. I want to make sure I'm not out for the rest of the year."
Zac Rinaldo (neck injury) missed his third straight game. . . . The Flyers' fourth line had Ben Holmstrom centering Jody Shelley and Tom Sestito. . . . Flyers broadcaster Chris Therien received his U.S. citizenship. The former Flyers defenseman also has Canadian citizenship.