NHL: PHILADELPHIA (6-1) at FLORIDA (3-5) <h3>Jokinen chases points record as Panthers host Flyers</h3> <div class="pre">Philadelphia (6-1-0) at Florida (3-5-0) 7:30 pm EDT</div> SUNRISE, Florida (Ticker) -- Olli Jokinen's pursuit of ScottMellanby's franchise points record has hit a roadblock. Jokinen aims to break Mellanby's record when the FloridaPanthers host the red-hot Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday. The 10-year veteran tied Mellanby at 354 points with a goal andtwo assists on October 13, but has since gone three gameswithout a point. Prior to that three-game stretch, Jokinentallied six points in his first five games. He will look to finally eclipse the mark against the Flyers, whohave won five straight and are off to their best start in fiveseasons. Simon Gagne scored twice in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win overCarolina to help Philadelphia to its best mark since opening theseason 9-1-2 in 2002-03. Mike Richards also scored a goal in the win, extending hisscoring streak to three games. Meanwhile, Florida will need Jokinen to pick up his productionif it is to avoid its first three-game skid of the season. ThePanthers went 2-for-15 with the power play in Saturday's 4-1loss to Ottawa. Jokinen and his teammates have their work cut out for them, asFlyers goaltender Martin Biron has begun the season nearlyunbeatable. Biron has started every game and has a 1.57goals-against average, stopping a season-high 42 shots in thewin over the Hurricanes.