CHICAGO (AP) -The Philadelphia Flyers stared at one tough spot after another on the way to the Stanley Cup finals, so they weren't about to blink when the Chicago Blackhawks took the first two games.
They were on familiar ground. Now, they're on even footing.
Philadelphia took two at home to forge a 2-2 tie as the series returns to Chicago. Game 5 is Sunday at the United Center, and the Flyers hope for better results after dropping the first two games there.
Center Mike Richards says the Flyers "put ourselves in tough situations all year" and all that adversity made them better.