Pittsburgh PA: The Drama that is the Stanley Cup Playoffs get more interesting during every game of a seven-game series and there is one game that comes to mind.
Let’s go to May 4, 2000, as the Philadelphia Flyers took on the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals from Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh. The Penguins lead the series 2-1 going into game 4.
Brian Boucher got the start in goal for the Flyers going against Ron Tuggent for the Penguins.
This game would live in playoff history for both teams as it would take multiple overtimes to decide this game, we would head to the fifth overtime and Keith Primeau would end it and the Flyers would tie the series at 2-2.
Ron Tugnutt made 70 saves on 72 shots while Brian Boucher made 57 saves on 58 shots.
Flyers call- Jim Jackson on UPN 57:
National- Steve Levy on ESPN:
With this win, the Flyers would take the series in 6 games and move to the Eastern Conference Finals where they would fall to the New Jersey Devils in Game 7.