After falling behind by a score of 3-1 in the first period, the Philadelphia Flyers battled back in the second period to tie the score at 4-4 against the Pittsburgh Penguins on the road in their playoff game two in Pittsburgh. The Flyers lead the series 1-0 and can have a major advantage over the Penguins if they win tonight as they head to Philly for the next two games in the first-round series.
Giroux scored the Flyers' next goal as well, this time while the Flyers were shorthanded at the 11:04 mark, evening the score at 3-3. Maxime Talbot was credited with the assist.
If the Flyers win tonight, they'll head back to Philadelphia with a 2-0 series win looking at two straight home games, which would be a major advantage when it comes to winning the series.