The Flyers had a fantastic opportunity to seal the win late in the 3rd period after the Senators took their second bench small of the night for too lots of men, however they were unable to capitalize.
Ottawa leads the league with nine bench minors for too lots of men.
"That's got to stop," said Ennis. "Those sort of mental mistakes can't happen. We'll fix that and a couple other things and progress."
Tied 3-3 to begin the 3rd, the Flyers proceeded as van Riemsdyk scored his second of the night beating Hogberg through the legs.
Van Riemsdyk mored than happy to contribute, however felt that overall the Flyers might have played a much better video game.
"We just didn't carry out at an excellent enough level early on," stated van Riemsdyk. "I think we weren't as called in as we must have been, however we were able to discover a method to get the 2 points which is all that counts, however definitely not one of our better video games."
Despite losing 5-4 to the Philadelphia Flyers in a shootout Saturday night, the Ottawa Senators did plenty to impress.
Marcus Hogberg, who stopped 34 shots, made his 3rd straight start as Anders Nilsson missed his second video game with a concussion and Craig Anderson was not yet ready to return from a knee injury, but he did act as the backup.
The 25-year-old was most outstanding in overtime making a variety of saves to keep the video game going and made a huge drop in the last minutes of guideline with the Senators (15-18-4) shorthanded.
"He was great," stated Smith. "He's been excellent showing up from Belleville. He provided us every chance to win in Calgary, he was impressive in Tampa, the game he won was probably an average game, and then he provided us every opportunity to win in the third period, made a conserve when it counts. I believe the kid has been outstanding."
Tyler Ennis scored two times and now has 10 objectives on the season, while Anthony Duclair extended his hot streak and Mark Borowiecki set a profession high in objectives with his fourth of the season.
Sean Couturier scored the shootout winner giving the Flyers 3 straight wins.
James van Riemsdyk led Philadelphia (20-11-5) with two objectives, while Kevin Hayes and Jakub Voracek also scored. Brian Elliott made 30 saves.
"It was an entertaining video game, a lot of opportunities from both sides, some excellent saves and a great deal of objectives," stated Flyers coach Alain Vigneault. "In the three on 3 overtime we had lots of opportunities to put them away, we didn't, their goaltender was outstanding and we found a method to get one performed in the shootout.