1. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED
The Flyers salvaged a point in the standings with an impressive third period comeback, but the Coyotes ended the game with 14 seconds remaining in overtime for their first win of the season, 4-3 at the Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers fell behind by two goals in the first period, and after a scoreless second period, the Coyotes capitalized on an early power-play in the third to make it an 0-3 deficit. Sean Couturier scored on the power-play a minute later and the Flyers pressed hard in the final minute of play, receiving goals from Jordan Weal and another from Couturier with 16 seconds left in the third to force overtime.
After killing off a penalty in the extra session, the Flyers gave up a 3-on-2 with their leading scorer, rookie Clayton Keller, holding onto the puck and feeding Alex Goligoski, who one-timed it past Brian Elliott.
Elliott stopped 30 of 34 shots, while Coyotes netminder Scott Wedgewood made 28 saves for the win.