Flyers Vs. Penguins, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 4: Pittsburgh Picks Up 10-4 Win

The Pittsburgh Penguins scored a total of nine goals in the first two periods against the Philadelphia Flyers, taking a 9-4 lead into the final period. The Penguins seemingly took their foot off the gas however, picking up juste one goal in the final period. Evgeni Malkin picked up goal, giving the Penguins double-digit goals for the game and a 10-4 lead.

In a clear rebound from their embarrassing 8-4 loss in the previous game, the Penguins avoid the sweep by the Flyers. The Penguins will host the Flyers once again on Friday for Game 5, and it should prove to by a tense one. In the game on Wednesday night, the two teams combined for 100 penalty minutes. The Flyers had 64, at one point having as many penalty minutes as minutes played, while the Penguins picked up 36.

For all the latest news and analysis on the Penguins, visit PensBurgh. If you are a Flyers fan, make sure to stop by Broad Street Hockey. Still not enough hockey for you? Make sure to visit the SB Nation NHL Hub page for all the latest news on every team in the NHL down the stretch run and on the road to the Stanley Cup Finals

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