2012 NHL Playoffs, Penguins Vs. Flyers Game 6: Can Pittsburgh Force A Winner-Take-All Game 7?

The Pittsburgh Penguins travel to Philadelphia on Sunday, looking to steal Game 6 on the road and set up a winner-take-all Game 7 at home in a series they once trailed 3-0.

The Penguins lost the first three games of the series by a combined score of 20-12, and looked all but done for in the 2012 postseason entering Game 4. A 10-3 shellacking of the Flyers, followed by a 3-2 win in Game 5, and Pittsburgh now finds itself with an ever-growing chance to become only fifth team in NHL history to come back a from a 3-0 playoff series deficit.

The Penguins were able to win Game 5 without a point from either Evgeni Malkin or Sidney Crosby. Jordan Staal continues to pick up the slack, as he tallied a hat trick in Game 4 and scored a game-tying goal in Game 5.

If the Penguins were to win on Sunday, the series would return to Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

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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