Senators frustrated by Flyers in Philly

Flyers centre Sean Couturier (14) reacts after scoring a goal against the Senators during the...

Flyers centre Sean Couturier (14) reacts after scoring a goal against the Senators during the second period in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013. (Eric Hartline/USA TODAY Sports)

DON BRENNAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:58 PM ET

PHILADELPHIA - What looked to be another dramatic come-from-behind victory turned into one more disappointing loss for the Ottawa Senators.

Moments after officials gave a long look at an attempt by Kyle Turris then waived off what would have put them up a goal, the Senators gave up a pair to Kimmo Timonen and Wayne Simmonds 23 seconds apart to suddenly fall into in Tuesday's battle with the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center.

An empty netter by Adam Hall in the last minute sent the Senators home with a 5-2 defeat.

It was the third loss in four games for the Senators, who trailed 2-0 through the night's first 25 minutes.


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