Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins: Game One News, Notes, and Recap

May 2nd, 2010 by Bill Sudell Leave a reply »
The Flyers had eight full days off between their series win over the Devils and Saturday's Game One in Boston. The Bruins had four full days off since polishing off the Sabres on Monday.
In the first period, Boston looked rested and the Flyers seemed rusty. The B's jumped all over Philadelphia, outshooting the orange and black 15-8 in the opening period and jumping out to a 2-0 lead before the game was 13 minutes old.
Steve Begin opened the scoring at 2:39, the first even-strength goal against Brian Boucher in over three games.

Playing From Behind

Philadelphia never held the lead, trailing 2-0, 3-1 and 4-2 before sending the game to overtime.

So Close...

I thought the Flyers were about to win it when Arron Asham's shot from the blue line with just over 10 seconds left in regulation hit Tuukka Rask awkwardly in the right pad and bounced out to Darrell Powe who was checked just as the puck reached him with an empty net staring him in the face.

All Boston in OT

The Bruins came out flying once again in overtime, outshooting the Flyers 15-4 in less than ...

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