Penguins Vs. Flyers Final Score: Pittsburgh Storms Back To Win 6-4

Entering the second period the Pittsburgh Penguins trailed the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1, but the Penguins quickly tied the game up in the second period thanks to a shorthanded goal by Jordan Staal. The Penguins took the lead shortly after as Matt Cooke picked up his second unassisted goal of the game to give the Penguins a 3-2 lead. Eric Wellwood scored late in the second period however to tie the game up for the Flyers 3-3 entering the third period.

Early in the third period the Penguins took the lead again on a Dustin Jeffrey goal, assisted by Matt Cooke. Pascal Dupuis picked up another goal for the Penguins in the third period to push their lead to 5-3, but it was extended once again by a James Neal goal, his 30th of the season. This gave the Penguins a commanding 6-3 lead, but the Flyers weren't done on the scoreboard as Wayne Simmonds picked up a late goal to see the Flyers go down 6-4.

For all news and information regarding the Pittsburgh Penguins, please visit PensBurgh, or check out SB Nation Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, Broad Street Hockey has everything on the Flyers.

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