For the first time this postseason, the Philadelphia Flyers were held to less than two goals in their game two loss to the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night, and they know enough that that needs to change entering game three on Thursday.
In fact, Philadelphia hadn't been held to a single goal in a game for more than a month, dating back to a March 20 regular season defeat at the hands of Florida.
But there's no time to panic, as the Flyers know that regaining home ice advantages against the Devils is pivotal to the momentum swing in this series, and they'll hope their offensive struggles will stall at just a single game. That means finding a way to solve the ageless Martin Brodeur in front of a rowdy New Jersey crowd, which is no small chore.
Game Time: 7:30 p.m. EST
TV Coverage: NBC Sports Network
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