The Philadelphia Flyers are on a roll.
Since February 1, the Orange and Black are 13-4-2 in 19 games and have garnered 28 of a possible 38 points during that stretch.
Philly's recent surge includes victories over playoff-bound opponents like the St. Louis Blues, Colorado Avalanche and Chicago Blackhawks, and features a pair of home-and-home sweeps over division rivals Washington and Pittsburgh.
And yet, despite Philadelphia's resurgence, the Flyers' playoff fate still remains in the balance.
Entering Tuesday's action, Philly remained in sole possession of third place in the Metropolitan Division, just two points behind the second-place New York Rangers. However, the team is only two and four points, respectively, ahead of wild-card clubs Detroit and Columbus.
With just eight games to go, here are the five biggest questions surrounding the Flyers in the home stretch of the 2013-14 regular season.