Yesterday's Scores: Flyers 5, Sabres 1; Temple 63, UConn 58; Delaware 69, Drexel 60; Indiana 85, #4 Iowa 78; California 83, #11 Oregon 63; Syracuse 85, Florida State 72; UMass 69, VCU 63; Colorado 88, Washington State 81 (2OT); Avalanche 4, Senators 3; Capitals 4, Wild 3; Stars 4, Blackhawks 2; Bucks 99, Wizards 92; Thunder 121, Pelicans 95
Today's Schedule: Penn @ Columbia - 7 PM (ESPN3); #19 Dayton @ Rhode Island - 7 PM (ESPN2); NBA All-Star Celebrity Game - 7 PM (ESPN); Kings @ Rangers - 7 PM; Penguins @ Hurricanes - 7 PM; Blues @ Panthers - 7:30 PM; UCLA @ #17 Arizona - 9 PM (ESPN); BBVA Compass Rising Stars Challenge - 9 PM (TNT)
NHL: Devils @ Flyers - 1 PM (CSN / 97.5 The Fanatic); Bruins @ Wild - 2 PM; Islanders @ Hurricanes - 7 PM; Senators @ Blue Jackets - 7 PM; Capitals @ Stars - 8 PM;
NBA: State Farm All-Star Saturday Night - 8 PM (TNT)
NHL: Flyers @ Rangers - 7:30 PM (NBCSN / 97.5 The Fanatic); Kings @ Devils - 12:30 PM; Bruins @ Red Wings - 3:30 PM (NBC); Blues @ Lightning - 6 PM
NBA: All-Star Game - 8 PM (TNT)
FLYERS REBOUND IN BIG WAY WITH 5-1 WIN OVER SABRES
After Buffalo scored, Nick Cousins got his first career NHL goal (finally):
Also, if you still need something for Valentine's Day, the Flyers have you somewhat covered.
TEMPLE SWEEPS UCONN; DREXEL LOSES AGAIN
- Temple trailed UConn by as many a 12 points late, but a 14-2 run helped tie the game and the Owls eventually pulled away, as they defeated the Huskies 63-58. Quenton DeCosey had a game-high 23 points, but Daniel Dingle had a career-high 15 points, 12 of which came from four three-pointers in the second half to lead the Owl comeback. Jaylen Bond scored eight points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Devin Coleman came off the bench to score 11 points. For the Huskies, Shonn Miller scored 15 points, while Daniel Hamilton grabbed 10 boards, and Rodney Purvis came off the bench to contribute with 12 points. Temple stays home for a Valentine's Day matchup on Sunday as they host South Florida. (RECAP)
- In other Temple news, DL Matt Ioannidis, LB Tyler Matakevich, and DB Tavon Young are the three Owls that will head to Indianapolis for the annual NFL Scouting Combine in about a week-and-a-half.
- Returning to the hardwood, as Drexel extended their nine-game losing streak as they fell to Delaware on the road 69-60. Drexel led by 11 at the break, but couldn't hold on to their double-digit lead in the second half, as the Blue Hens shot 61% in the second half, who snapped a 15-game losing streak with the win. Sammy Mojica had a team-high 16 points, including a career-high five three-pointers, while Rashann London had 12. For the Blue Hens, Marvin King-Davis led all scorers with 23 points and came close to a double-double with nine rebounds. Cazmon Hayes scored 13, while Kory Holden added with 12. Drexel concludes a three-game road trip Saturday as they take on Northeastern. (RECAP)