And Philadelphia is following suit, posting a 5-4-1 mark in their last 10 games.
In his last 10 contests this month, Voracek has been producing at a better than a point-per-game clip. He has scored six goals and notched 17 points.
The Kladno, Czech Republic-native managed a career-high four assist performance against the New York Islanders in last Monday's 7-0 Presidents' Day victory, and his first-ever NHL hat trick against the arch-rival Penguins in Wednesday night's 6-5 thriller.
Voracek made his third goal of the game in Pittsburgh a special one when he potted the game-winning goal with just 1:31 remaining in regulation in what was a gutsy showing by a team that just four days earlier looked to be making a strong push for the top weighted position in the Seth Jones lottery pick.
The offensive outburst was a welcome change for both Voracek and the Flyers, especially following on the heels of the team managing just 36 goals in the campaign's first 16 contests (a paltry 2.37 goals-per-game average). In the early going this season, Philadelphia's attack hardly resembled the NHL's second-highest scoring club from a year ago.
The recent goal explosion coincided with what were two key factors; 1) Voracek and this season's leading Philadelphia goal-scorer Matt Read being moved up to the top line to skate with center Claude Giroux, and 2) Giroux's closed-door words to his teammates regarding the effort being put forth by everyone, himself included.
It's actually the spot envisioned for Voracek by Flyers' management entering the new season, on the right of Giroux and left winger Scott Hartnell (who has missed the last 17 games with a fractured bone in his foot).
The newly-formed line combined for three goals and 10 points (Voracek four assists; Giroux two goals, one assist; Read goal, two assists) in their first game together Monday.
While Read suffered an upper-body injury (believed to be a concussion) and left the game early Wednesday in Pittsburgh, the duo of Voracek and Giroux still managed to pace the Flyers -- Voracek posted the hat trick, while Giroux added a pair of assists.
It's only been a few games, but this is once again looking like the fiery bunch of Flyers that had executed Peter Laviolette's puck pressuring system to near perfection for much of the 2011-12 campaign. That success was not solely predicated on Giroux's career-high 93 points, but rather by a ferocious pack mentality that saw contributions from each and every player.
Things are getting back to where they were expected to have been all along this season. Giroux is hitting everything in sight and creating scoring chances, and now has multiple points in three of the last four outings. Wayne Simmonds posted two goals, three points, and had a Gordie Howe hat trick Wednesday in Pittsburgh, and has seven points in his last seven contests. Danny Briere has scored three goals and recorded five points in a three-game point-scoring streak. Struggling center Max Talbot, goalless in his first 18 games after attaining a career-high 19 last year, is once again a penalty-killing force and getting his share of scoring chances after a scant amount over his first 15 contests.
But Voracek has been one of the main catalysts and with two games still remaining in the week, the 2007 seventh-overall draft pick of the Columbus Blue Jackets earned the first star in the NHL's Three Stars of the Week honors for the week ending February 24.
As a matter of fact, he's been playing very well since the stretch run last spring. In the final seven regular season games Voracek posted four goals and 10 points, giving him 10 goals and 28 points in 25 contests.
Looking at just the present it has indeed been a week of firsts for Voracek, and he seems to be settling in quite nicely into his role as Philly's top-line right wing.