was back in net for the Flyers to start the third. A bit of a surprise after Sergei Bobrovsky
stopped all six shots he saw in the final 8:59 of the second.
However, he didn't have to do much in the third, as the Flyers out-shot the Bruins 22-7. The 22 shots are a Flyers record for shots on goal at home in a single period of a playoff game.
Boston's best chance came with 5:47 left when Nathan Horton
got the puck on the right post, but Boucher slid over and stacked the pads to stop him.
The Flyers got a late power play after a Zdeno Chara
roughing penalty with 2:39 left, but they managed just three shots.
They had another chance with 4.2 seconds left in regulation on an icing call on the Bruins. Mike Richards
beat Chris Kelly
on a faceoff, winning the puck to James van Riemsdyk
. His shot bounced off Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg
and went right to Danny Briere
. With Tim Thomas
coming out to stop van Riemsdyk, Briere had an open net and about a second to shoot it, but fanned on the shot.
We're heading to overtime in Philadelphia.
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