Final - SO: Bruins 4 - Flyers 3
- Tuukka Rask (BOS) - 3 GA, 49 Saves, .942 SV%
- Vinny Lecavalier (PHI) - 2 G, 0 A, 9 SOG, Plus-2
- Patrice Bergeron (BOS) - 1 G, 0 A, 3 SOG, 20:00 TOI
- The Flyers got on the board first when Vinny Lecavalier beat Tuukka Rask for his 400th career goal.
- Just about five minutes later, the Bruins were deep in the Flyers zone when Andrej Meszaros, fresh off the bench, got the feed from Brad Marchand and beat Steve Mason with a wrist shot to tie the game 1-1.
- The Flyers responded with less than a minute remaining in the first period when Jakub Voracek found Kimmo Timonen on a beautiful backhand, cross-ice pass and Timonen deposited the puck in the open net.
- In the second period, the Bruins went to work on the power play and Zdeno Chara got the puck on the doorstep and beat Mason on a backhand attempt to tie the game 2-2.
- The Bruins would make it 3-2 in the second period when Patrice Bergeron scored on a turn-around attempt that beat Mason five-hole who was in the process of trying to stand up when the puck went under him.
- The Flyers played well in the third period out-shooting the Bruins 17-6 and really turning it on late. Craig Berube called timeout then the Flyers went to work with the extra-attacker when Voracek found Lecavalier open in front and Lecavalier didn't miss as he tied the game 3-3 with 24 seconds remaining.
- The game went to overtime and the Flyers out-shot the Bruins 8-1 in the extra frame but the Bruins forced a shootout where Reilly Smith won it for Boston in the fifth round of the shoot.
- The Flyers are now 7-21-2 when trialing after two periods while the Bruins improve to 40-2 when leading after two.
- Philadelphia out-shot Boston 52-30, including 25-7 in the third period and overtime.
- The 52 shots were a season-high for the Flyers.
- Lecavalier led the Flyers with nine shots on goal.
- The Flyers were 0-for-4 on the power play while the Bruins went 1-for-2 on the man-advantage.
- Philadelphia had entered the game having killed all 16 of their penalty kill opportunities in their previous four games before Chara scored in the second period.
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