Philadelphia Flyers Put Montreal Canadiens on the Edge: The Script for Game Four

May 23rd, 2010 by Pablo A. Ortiz Leave a reply »
With their backs against the wall one more time, the Philadelphia Flyers shut out the Montreal Canadiens 3-0 in game four of the Eastern Conference Finals and now lead the series 3-1. The Flyers are one game away from punching their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final.

It is the third time in the playoffs the Canadiens are on the edge of elimination. In round one against the Washington Capitals the Habs came back from a 3-1 deficit to win the series. In the second round, they won two games in a row to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins after being down 3-2.

Claude Giroux scored the first goal for the visiting team 5:04 into the second period after a great individual play. Ville Leino stretched the lead almost ten minutes later in a breakaway after a perfect feed from Chris Pronger.

Giroux got his second of the game in the final minute of regulation with an empty net.

Game five of the series will be played Monday night at the Wachovia Center, in Philadelphia.

Now, here is the game’s script:


The Main Characters:


The Hero: Claude Giroux

He was there ...

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