Final: Ducks 5 - Flyers 3
- Ryan Getzlaf (ANA) - 1 G, 1 A, 2 SOG, Plus-1
- Frederik Andersen (ANA) - 3 GA, 27 Saves, .900 SV%
- Saku Koivu (ANA) - 1 G, 1 A, 1 SOG, Plus-2
- The Ducks struck first when former Flyers prospect Patrick Maroon redirected Francois Beauchemin's shot from the point midway through the first period.
- The Flyers would respond on the power play as Vinny Lecavalier beat Frederik Andersen five-hole to tie the game.
- Steve Downie got one of the two assists on the Lecavalier goal for his 100th assist of his career.
- With under a minute remaining in the first period, Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf redirected Hampus Lindholm's point shot past Steve Mason to put Anaheim up 2-1.
- In the second period, Getzlaf found Corey Perry who ripped a wrist shot past Mason to put the Ducks up 3-1.
- The Flyers would respond in the third period when Matt Read knocked Mark Streit's pass/shot out of midair and into the net to make it 3-2.
- With the Flyers on the power play and under eight minutes remaining in the game, Kimmo Timonen turned the puck over at the Flyers blue line on a terrible pass. Saku Koivu took the puck on a 2-on-1 and gave it to Daniel Winnik who beat Mason to make it 4-2.
- Koivu would add an empty-netter to make it 5-2.
- Michael Raffl scored with just under 10 seconds left in the game to make it 5-3.
- Lecavalier's goal gave the Flyers a power play goal in five straight games and 11 out of their last 14 games.
- Winnik's shorthanded goal was the ninth allowed by the Flyers this season tying them with the Edmonton Oilers for most shorthanded goals allowed.
- The Flyers outshot the Ducks 30-28 and, for a large portion of the game, outplayed the Ducks.
- Philadelphia had 21 shots blocked and 15 shots miss the net (36 total) which is more than they had on goal (30).
- Jake Voracek had just one shot on goal but had six of his shots blocked.
- The Flyers went 1-for-4 on the power play while the Ducks were 0-for-1 on their only opportunity.
- Steve Downie and Ryan Getzlaf fought in the second period.
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