With just three games to go for the Flyers, Tuesday’s matchup at the Wells Fargo Center with the Boston Bruins will provide emotional moments on several fronts.

The Flyers plan several ways to honor those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.

From a hockey standpoint, it will be the first time Jaromir Jagr will be facing the Flyers since he left the team in July to sign with Dallas as a free agent.

The Flyers will wear “Boston Strong” patches on their uniforms and stickers on their helmets. There will be various tributes during the game, including the recognition of Temple podiatry students who were on site at the Boston Marathon lending their services. There will be a raffle and later every player’s jersey will be auctioned to benefit onefundboston.org.

“This really hit home and touched Americans and people across the road,” Flyers coach Peter Laviolette, a Franklin, Mass., native said after Monday’s practice. “Recognition of what happened and the events that have taken place is certainly a good thing.”

Added captain Claude Giroux, “This is something you like to see and support something like that and you want to do it. Boston is a great city and you hate for something like that to happen.”

General manager Paul Holmgren said he was glued to his television watching the events unfold. “It is a tragedy, and it is good (Tuesday) we will show support,” Holmgren said.

Jagr was acquired by Boston on April 2 from Dallas.