Philadelphia blew a two-goal lead in the third period, allowing a pair of Ranger tallies in less than two minutes, and Jaromir Jagr's tying goal inside of two minutes remaining, but eventually won in the shootout on Mike Richards' backhander, 4-3. Daniel Briere scored twice for the Flyers. The win propelled Philly into seventh place in the Eastern Conference. Elsewhere:
- Rookie Kyle Okposo scored his first career goal late in the third to propel the Isles to their sixth win in seven games against New Jersey this season.
- Washington scored four goals in the third period, including Alex Ovechkin's 60th of the season, to get a critical two points in the standings by beating Atlanta 5-3.