Stanley Cup Finals 2010: Philadelphia Flyers Make It a Series with OT Win

June 2nd, 2010 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
Game 3 and the series is shifted to the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia.  The Hawks were going into the Orange Crush with a 2-0 series lead hoping to put a strangle hold on the Stanley Cup Final.

The Flyers have other plans and want to at least take this series back to Chicago.  Mission accomplished.

For the Flyers to get back into this, they needed to get back into their game of hard physical play and timely pinching and they did this in spades.  Having out shot the  Blackhawks 32-27, the Flyers nearly got half of those shots in the third period out shooting their opponents 15-4.

They brought more traffic and the chances were generated, but most were not cashed in .  These will be sure to be reviewed by Coach Laviolette and his team to try and make those chances count.  As far as I saw, the Flyers did outplay and out chance the Blackhawks and was deserving of the win.

A falling Scott Hartnell blind pass got to Danny Briere who was all alone to Antti Niemi's right side and he buries it to open the scoring late in the first period.  This is the start the that Flyers needed as the B ...

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