Posted: April 12, 2012 in Uncategorized

ProHockeyTalk

Anyone who hoped that the controversy regarding Danny Briere’s offside goal would go away probably has a headache at the moment. Don’t fault Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers fans if they’re pacing around endlessly while fans of the sport of a whole must feel delighted as Philly came back from a 3-0 deficit to bring Game 1 to a 3-3 overtime showdown.

So for those of you counting at home, that means that we’re one-for-one when it comes to postseason contests going into “extra innings.”

Pittsburgh scored all three of its goals in a rousing opening period. Briere followed up his much-disputed first tally with a second one to give him 98 points in 98 playoff games while Scott Hartnell’s clever pass opened up an opportunity for Brayden Schenn to score his first career postseason tally on the PP.

One might call this result unexpected, but considering the anticipation…

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