Another day, another loss for the Philadelphia Flyers. After firing Ron Hextall on Monday morning, the Flyers took to the ice on Hockey Fights Cancer night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Travis Konecny opened the scoring with a one-time blast off a pass from Claude Giroux.
Then Ottawa had an answer.
Philly would then add two more with a Jake Voracek snipe from the slot, off a pass from Ivan Provorov.
And a blast from Radko Gudas that found its way through traffic.
The Flyers had a 3-1 lead heading into the final half of the third period, but Ottawa battled back. Brady Tkachuk found a loose puck off the pad of Anthony Stolarz and fired it home.
Then he redirected a shot through traffic in front of the net to tie the game.
Finally, with less than three minutes in regulation, Matt Duchene gave the Senators the eventual game-winning goal – a backhand off a blocked shot.
The Flyers would pull the goalie and try to tie things up, but it wouldn’t matter. Ottawa shut the door and ended their losing streak beating the Flyers 4-3.