Chicago takes 3-2 Series Lead

What do the Philadelphia Flyers have in common with a turtle?  Get them on their backs and they are screwed.

That hasn’t been the case all playoff long, but tonight, the Flyers could not muster the strength of the comeback kid, and find themselves one game away from being merely just the 2010 Eastern Conference Champions.

Chicago used the first period, well actually about six minutes of the first period to go up by three goals, which turned out to be the difference in tonight’s game.

Seabrook, Bolland, and Versteeg all tallied in the first – and then either team traded goals en route to a 7-4 Chicago lost.  While the Flyers are hoping that home ice magic returns them to Chicago for a game seven, its pretty realistic to think that the boys from the Windy City want the next trip home to include a parade.

Topics: 2010, Chicago Blackhawks, Finals, Game Seven, NHL, Philadelphia Flyers, Stanley Cup, Windy City

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