With about 9:00 remaining in the game, the puck fell on the stick of Derick Brassard.
One more round trip across the turnpike, shall we? For the first time all series, it really looked like the Flyers wanted to carry a playoff mentality into a game...
The full official NHL highlights of the Penguins' 4-2 loss to the Flyers in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
For what's supposed to be one of the NHL's best rivalries, this Penguins-Flyers series has lacked passion or even close games.
Three keys to look for in tonight's Game 5 as the Penguins look to close out their first-round series against the Flyers on home ice.
The Penguins dodged a scare when it appeared that Matt Murray was injured during Thursday's practice at the Lemieux Sports Center. He wasn't.
Seriously, man, end this farce. As in Friday. The Penguins have much to lose if they don't.
Reunited felt so good for Phil Kessel and Evgeni Malkin in Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Flyers that gave the Penguins a 3-1 series lead.
With two points in Game 4 against the Flyers, Sidney Crosby surpassed Mario Lemieux for the Penguins' team record for playoff points.
For Game 4, 'Three views' is all about what I heard while shooting hockey stationed at the stairs between sections 101 and 102 at Wells Fargo Center.
Game 4 had a storyteller's script to it. Every image seemingly full of celebration via the Penguins or dejection on the faces of the Flyer fans.
In 1925 the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets decided to turn pro and join the National Hockey League as the Pittsburgh Pirates. They won their first two games. In Montreal, Georges Vezina...
Zach Aston-Reese and Dominik Simon, the two rookies the Penguins will expect to make a real difference in Game 4, couldn't have come across with greater contrast.
Great expectations have always followed Nolan Patrick. Now the second overall pick in last year's draft has to carry the Flyers in a near must-win game.
Trailing the Penguins 2-1 in their best-of-seven and possibly without their top center, the Flyers need a big game from captain Claude Giroux to have a chance.
“C’mon! Punch him in the face, Coots! Yeah!” A fan shouted that Sunday from the lower bowl of the already low culture inside Wells Fargo Center.
With just four shots through the first three games of their first-round series vs. Philadelphia, the Penguins are looking to get Phil Kessel involved.