If you read the NHL rules, it seems the league erred by not reviewing a late Flyers goal, but deputy commissioner Bill Daly stands by the decision.
The Flyers fell into a quick 3-0 hole and now have their first two-game losing streak of the season.
Flyers prospect Oskar Lindblom has just two points in eight games with the AHL's Phantoms, but Lehigh Valley coach Scott Gordon sees lots of positives.
Nolan Patrick, who was injured Tuesday, will play Thursday in Ottawa.
The Flyers were flat in a 6-2 loss that ended a 3-2 homestand.
The Flyers' new defensive pairings struggled in the defeat.
Brandon Manning was paired with rookie Travis Sanheim in the Flyers' new-look defensive rotation Tuesday against Anaheim.
Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth is on a roll, but Elliott will make his sixth start in nine games Tuesday vs. Anaheim.
Robert Hagg was elevated to the Flyers' top defensive pairing because of an injury to Andrew MacDonald. It was surprising that the Flyers broke up the Hagg-Shayne Gostisbehere duo.
The Flyers' D will have a vastly different look Tuesday vs. visiting Anaheim.
Andrew MacDonald apparently injured his knee blocking a shot in Saturday's 2-1 win over Edmonton. He has been on the team's top defensive pairing, alongside Ivan Provorov.
The Flyers raised their record to 5-3, primarily because they were able to shut down a scoring machine named Connor McDavid, who had a total of six points in two games against Philadelphia last season.
The Flyers edged Edmonton, 2-1, on Wayne Simmonds' late goal, his fourth game-winning tally out of their five victories.
The Flyers are 2-1 on their five-game homestand, which continues Saturday afternoon against the Oilers.
The Flyers couldn't contain Edmonton's Connor McDavid last season as he totaled six points in two games against them. ,
Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvith both struggled against the high-scoring Edmonton Oilers last season.
Goalie Michal Neuvirth was excellent (again) but got no offensive support as the Flyers slipped to 4-3.
In a game that had a much different pace than their previous meeting, the Flyers lost to Nashville for the second time in nine nights.
About 18 months after he died of bladder cancer, a statue of Flyers co-founder Ed Snider was unveiled outside the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday.
Wayne Simmonds said he was good to go for Thursday's game against visiting Nashville. At 4:30 p.m., an Ed Snider statue will be unveiled outside the Wells Fargo Center.