"That's no fun to get spanked that badly at home," Dineen said. "It seemed like a long time ago just because the schedule has been so frantic, that these games they just keep coming one after another, but I think we fed off of that a little bit."
The Flyers and Panthers each scored a goal in the first.
Skille scored his first of the season on a simple wrister from the slot that got past Ilya Bryzgalov. The Panthers had scored only 22 goals this season and Skille had yet to record a point in seven games.
After Florida was whistled for interference, the Flyers capitalized with a man advantage. Voracek fired from the right circle, and teammate Tye McGinn threw a nice screen in front of Theodore to allow the tying goal.
Weiss, a big name in trade rumors these days, is the longest-tenured Panther and career leader in games played and assists. He added a clutch goal to his resume when he evened it up against Bryzgalov, who had been sensational until then, including a flurry of stops in one stretch late in the second.
The Flyers played again without forward Wayne Simmonds, who sustained head and neck injuries on a hit from Washington's John Erskine last Friday.
Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said it was a possibility Simmonds could play Saturday against Carolina.
They'll need every healthy player they can get to bust out of a slow start to the short season.
"We need to find a way to show up, especially at home," Giroux said. "We need those points right now and we're a desperate team at the start of the season."
Notes: The Flyers signed D Kimmo Timonen on a one-year contract extension through the 2013-14 season. Timonen is in his sixth season with the Flyers and 14th in the NHL. "He's a good solider and he's been a good Flyer," Holmgren said. ... Flyers F Scott Hartnell is on the mend from a broken left foot. He had the cast removed Thursday and could start skating next week, Holmgren said. Flyers D Andrej Meszaros (shoulder) also could skate this weekend. Both are expected out for at least another two weeks.