The Flyers were up in Ottawa taking on the Senators last night. After the Flyers got on the board, the two teams alternated goals in two-goal increments until the Senators were up 4-3 in the third period and Kimmo Timonen tied the game for the Flyers. They would head to overtime and eventually a shootout. The first two shooters for each team missed but Senators captain Jason Spezza scored putting the pressure on the Flyers. Sean Couturier hit the crossbar as the Flyers were shutout in the shootout and went on to get a point but lose 5-4. More here.
The Sixers welcomed the Los Angeles Clippers to the Wells Fargo Center last night. Both teams did not shoot well as Los Angeles shot 42.7% from the field overall with the 76ers checking in at 35.9%. The Sixers were an incredible 0-for-13 from beyond the arc in the first half and were only 3-for-21 (14.3%) overall. Offense was a bit difficult to come by but DeAndre Jordan cleaned up the messes with 21 rebounds as the Clippers rolled to a 94-83 victory. More here.
Former Phillies ace Roy Halladay retired from baseball yesterday afternoon. The Blue Jays announced a press conference on Mondays afternoon and Halladay was there to announce his retirement and officially do so as a Blue Jay. His struggles over the last two seasons were clear in the numbers going 15-13 with a 5.15 ERA but was 40-16 with a 2.40 ERA in his first two seasons in Philadelphia. The injuries derailed him. More here.
BONUS! The Cowboys faced the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football last night looking to cling to the NFC East lead based on tie-breakers with the Eagles. The Bears offense could not be stopped as they scored on all eight possessions excluding the final possession in which they needed to take a knee to end the game. Josh McCown threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns en route to a 45-28 victory over Dallas to drop them to 1-6 and give the Eagles a one game lead in the NFC East.