Final - OT: Flyers 4 - Penguins 3
- Jake Voracek (PHI) - 2 G, 1 A, 7 SOG, Plus-2
- Claude Giroux (PHI) - 1 G, 2 A, 2 SOG, Plus-1
- James Neal (PIT) - 1 G, 2 A, 9 SOG, Plus-3
- The Penguins got on the board first after Luke Schenn pinched to keep the puck in the Flyers offensive zone but Pittsburgh got out on a two-on-one. James Neal hit the trailing third man Jussi Jokinen who beat Steve Mason.
- The Flyers would respond when Jake Voracek weaved his way through the Penguins defense on the power play and sliding the puck five-hole on Marc-Andre Fleury to tie the game.
- Voracek would give the Flyers a 2-1 lead in the second period when Claude Giroux's shot was redirected by Scott Hartnell through Fleury and Voracek slammed it home for Philadelphia.
- The goal was Voracek's 23rd of the season surpassing his career-high of 22 set last season.
- Pittsburgh tied it up with 5:07 when James Neal beat Ray Emery, who replaced Steve Mason after the second period.
- With time winding down, Voracek hit Giroux for a one-timer that beat Fleury to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead with 1:15 remaining.
- Giroux's goal gives him 28 on the year tying his career-high from 2011-12.
- Kris Letang tied the game back up for the Penguins with 37 seconds left to force overtime.
- In the overtime, Mark Streit carried the puck through into the offensive zone and beat Fleury to give the Flyers a 4-3 victory.
- The win locked the Flyers into the three seed with a first round matchup with the New York Rangers.
- Mason left the game with an upper-body injury after Jayson Megna drove Andrew MacDonald square into him.
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