Schenn would have at least settled for a whistle.
With all eyes on the brawl,
Schenn, a Flyers center, had no idea why the refs didn't blow the whistle during the scrum.
''Yeah, that's usually what happens when a fight starts,'' he said. ''I don't know if it's a delayed whistle or not. I didn't even see the puck go in.''
Hey, neither did goaltender
Mason allowed Hanzal and
The Coyotes salvaged one victory on a season-long, six-game road trip.
''Don't kid yourself. There's still a lot of work to do,'' Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said.
Arizona's two straight goals in the third came in a bit of a bizarre manner.
Schenn leveled defenseman
''I wasn't really paying attention to what was going on,'' Mason said. ''I was focused on the play coming at me. Whether there was a whistle blown or not, we still gave up a goal.''
Hanzal made it 3-2 and led to a few confusing moments as officials checked to make sure the goal was scored before the fight. Wildly cheering fans fell silent in a second when the goal was announced.
''I look at the monitor at my feet and you could see the one referee signal it's a good goal,'' Tippett said. ''But then I don't know what the other one was doing up by the fight.''
Chychrun was tossed for instigating the fight.
Richardson made it 4-2 on a goal that was reviewed because the Flyers thought he ran down Mason. Flyers defenseman
MacDonald, having a miserable season, made it 4-3 but the Flyers were out of rallies.
White scored an insurance goal late in third to send fans toward the exits. Simmonds scored with 14.3 seconds left.
The Flyers again had to rally from an early deficit, a troubling theme for a team with playoff aspirations. The Coyotes led 2-0 in the first, the latest slow start for the Flyers. They have been outscored 8-1 in the first period this season and allowed the first goal for the seventh straight game.
Coach Dave Hakstol hoped a line change would boost the Flyers offense. He moved 19-year-old rookie center
''We needed a spark, that's why we're trying something a little bit different,'' Hakstol said.
The Flyers needed help early.
Moments after they honored former great Eric Lindros - in his No. 88 sweater - another 88 got them with a goal. McGinn scored his first goal of the season to beat Mason. Ekman-Larsson followed with a slapper from the point for his fifth goal of the season.
The Coyotes, who last won on opening night against the Flyers on Oct. 15, failed to hold the lead.
Cousins pounded home a rebound for his first goal of the season and Schenn followed with a power-play score to help the Flyers at least tie the game when down two goals for the fifth time this season.
Notes: The Flyers played without a suspended player for the first time this season. ... The Flyers honored 14 members of the team's Hall of Fame, along with the family of six other members, including: Bob Clarke, Ron Hextall, Bernie Parent and Dave Schultz. The Flyers have a variety of nostalgic celebrations planned this season for their 50th anniversary. ... Coyotes D
Coyotes: Host Colorado on Saturday.
Flyers: Host Pittsburgh on Saturday.