Don't look now, but it looks like the Pittsburgh Penguins are trying to make a series out of things. Down 3-0 in their first round matchup against the Flyers, the Pens have stormed back, winning the last two games (including last night), to make it a 3-2 series.
The series now shifts back to Philly where the Flyers try to grab that ellusive fourth win. If not, and the Pens can somehow tie the series and send it back to Pittsburgh for a decisive Game Seven, does Philly stand a chance?
On the West coast, the Preds beat and eliminated the Red Wings. They certainly are no longer Detroit's little brother. The question now is, what happens to the Wings? Bounced in the first round and with several aged veterans, what will this squad look like next season?
Don't you just love the playoffs?
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