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Ottawa-AP -- The Philadelphia Flyers had their 12-game unbeaten streak end 4-to-1 at Ottawa.

Martin Havlat scored twice for the Senators while defenseman Anton Volchenkov and Daniel Alfredsson also lit the lamp. Alfredsson's tally was an empty-netter with one-16 remaining.

It was the Flyers first loss since falling 3-to-2 at New Jersey on October 30th.

Martin Prusek allowed only Keith Primeau's early third-period goal. He finished with 31 saves starting in place of Patrick Lalime (luh-LEEM') who was out with the flu.

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