GAME 3 FALLOUT
The Penguins looked to stir things up early in the game and it did nothing to slow down the Flyers vaunted offensive attack that put up another 8 goals against Pittsburgh, and the Flyers have scored 20 goals through the first three games of the series, averaging 6.67 goals per game.
"If they think theyĂ˘Â€Â™re gonna win that way, itĂ˘Â€Â™s not working for them, Ă˘Â€Âť Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen told reporters.
Just minutes into the game, Pittsburgh seemed to lose focus and express frustration, but captain Sidney Crosby didn't see it that way.
"No, i don't think we did, " Crosby said, when asked if the Penguins lost their cool. "I think there were many times in the second we battled back. If anything, think guys are just trying to slow things down a bit and show fight in their game."