I'll second that! We're going to kick some Lightning a$$ tonight!!!!!!
Originally posted by Gibbs Baby!!!
We'll see tonight. I'm thinkin Philly is gonna knock them on thier collective a$$
Momentum has meant little in the Eastern Conference finals, from game to game, even from period to period. But the Philadelphia Flyers have it heading
into Game Seven on Saturday night at the St. Pete Times Forum.
Philadelphia is coming off a rousing 5-4 victory. On the brink of elimination Thursday, red-hot Keith Primeau scored with 1:49 remaining to force
overtime. The Flyers' captain set up Simon Gagne's game-winner 18:18 into the extra period and has seven goals and five assists in the last eight
Vincent Lecavalier and former Flyer Ruslan Fedotenko both tallied twice for Tampa Bay, who are playing the first Game Seven in Tampa Bay's 12-year
The Flyers are 6-5 all time in Game Sevens, most recently routing Toronto, 6-1, in the 2003 conference quarterfinals. In its last Game Seven on the
road, Philadelphia defeated Pittsburgh, 4-1, in the 1989 Patrick Division finals. Neither team has been able to put together consecutive wins in the
The Flyers are 8-0 and the Lightning are 11-1 when leading after two periods.
Tampa Bay is 6-2 at home in the postseason. Philadelphia is 6-0 in one-goal playoff games.
Tampa Bay -
C Vincent Lecavalier, nine goals; RW Martin St. Louis, 12 assists; St. Louis, 17 points.
Philadelphia - C Keith Primeau, nine goals; C Alex Zhamnov, 10 assists; Primeau, 16 points.
Tampa Bay - D Jassen Cullimore (wrist).
Philadelphia - D Eric Desjardins (broken forearm); D Marcus Ragnarsson (broken index finger); RW Radovan Somik (hand).