PHILADELPHIA -- Jakub Voracek and Wayne Simmonds scored goals, Ilya Bryzgalov stopped 33 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat Ottawa, 2-1, on Saturday to even their record and snap the Senators' six-game unbeaten streak.
Marc Methot had the goal for Ottawa (12-7-3), which had been 5-0-1 since their last regulation loss on Feb. 16, 3-0 to Toronto.
The Flyers (11-11-1) have the same amount of wins and losses for the first time this season. They went 3-2 on a five-game homestand and finished with consecutive victories.
Voracek scored his ninth goal 7:24 into the second period to give the Flyers a 1-0 lead. Luke Schenn cleared the puck from Philadelphia's zone. Voracek beat Eric Gryba to it near the blue line, cut across the ice, went around another defender and wristed a shot past Ben Bishop.
Four minutes later, Simmonds made it 2-0 with his ninth goal to tie Voracek for the team lead. Simmonds took a crossing pass from Brayden Schenn on a break, skated in on Bishop and slipped a backhander into the net.
Methot scored his first goal to snap a 51-game drought and cut it 2-1 later in the second period. Seconds before Methot's goal, Bryzgalov stopped Colin Greening on a breakaway coming out of the penalty box.
However, Methot blasted a shot from the point under Bryzgalov's glove, leaving the goalie muttering to himself.
Making his 21st start in 23 games, Bryzgalov had an outstanding first period, stopping 14 shots to keep it scoreless.
Philadelphia's Harry Zolnierczyk received a five-minute major for charging midway through the first and was ejected. The Flyers killed off the penalty, getting two minutes of relief when the Senators were called for having too many men on the ice during their power play.
Ottawa captain Daniel Alfredsson got a game misconduct and five minutes for cross checking with 7:01 left in the game. A high-sticking call on Erik Condra a few minutes later gave Philadelphia a two-man advantage. But Bishop made several saves to keep the score 2-1.
The Senators have the best home record in the Eastern Conference at 9-1-2, but they're 3-6-1 on the road. Ottawa is 5-2-1 since losing star defenseman Erik Karlsson for the season with an Achilles' tendon injury.
NOTES: Senators goalie Craig Anderson missed his fourth consecutive game because of an ankle injury. ... Injured Senators Erik Karlsson, Jason Spezza and Milan Michalek combined for 222 points last year. ... Veteran Flyers forward Mike Knuble was a healthy scratch for the second straight game. ... Wayne Simmonds has five goals in his last seven games.