Kimmo Timonen was too disappointed to smile when told he had scored the 100th goal of his career Saturday in the Flyers' 5-3 loss at the Wells Fargo Center.
But if the day comes when he decides to watch it on replay, the veteran defenseman will like what he sees.
First of all, it came shorthanded - the fifth shorthanded goal of his career and fourth with the Flyers. Second, he looked like a natural goal-scorer, lifting the puck high over Buffalo goalie Ryan Miller.
"It would have been nice if we'd won the game," Timonen said. "I'm not a big stat guy, but I'm sure in two, three years when I retire it's going to be a nice memory. But I'd rather win these games than get those goals."