Most teams would be happy coming away with a point after scoring a late goal to force extra time. The Philadelphia Flyers, though, see it as a missed opportunity.
After losing once in a three-week span, Philadelphia is now trying to avoid a season-high third straight defeat when it continues a five-game road trip Wednesday night against the Dallas Stars in a matchup of division leaders.
The Flyers (20-8-4), in first place in the Atlantic Division, won nine of 10 from Nov. 23-Dec. 15 before having a seven-game run end with a 6-0 home loss to Eastern Conference-leading Boston on Saturday.
Philadelphia then hit the road and fell 3-2 in a shootout to Colorado on Monday. The Flyers were down 2-1 when Wayne Simmonds scored his 10th goal with 18.3 seconds left in regulation, but Ilya Bryzgalov allowed all three Avs to score in the shootout.
Philadelphia earned at least one point for the 18th time in 22 games but wasn't happy with the outcome.
"We showed a lot of character coming back ...