The Philadelphia Flyers won game four of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals on Friday, June 4, in Philadelphia against the Chicago Blackhawks, 5-3.
Philadelphia Flyer’s scorers were Claude Giroux with 1 goal, Villie Leino had 1 goal, Matt Carle scored 1 goal, Jeff Carter had 1 goal and Mike Richards scored 1 goal. Danny Briere had 1 assist, Scott Hartnell had 1 assist, Kimmo Timonen had 1 assist and James van Riemsdyk had 1 assist as well for the Philadelphia Flyers.
Chicago Blackhawks player Patrick Sharp had 1 goal, assisted by Duncan Keith, Dave Bolland had 1 goal, assisted by Duncan Keith and Patrick Kane and Brian Campbell had 1 goal assisted by Andrew Ladd and Duncan Keith. Duncan Keith had 3 assists total.
“We were able to stay calm, but it’s a hard way to win it in the end,” Flyers forward Simon Gagne said.
“We did a lot of good things out there but it doesn’t mean nothing if you don’t score and we know that,” Jonathan Toews of the Blackhawks said. “We knew that it was going to be a long series and not everything is going to go your way.”
“When the team plays well your confidence goes up. The whole team is playing well right now,” Claude Giroux of the Flyers said. “Any time the team’s playing well, your chances of playing well are a lot higher.”
“It’s still 2-2. It sounds like the series is over,” Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson said. “It’s still 2-2, we still have home advantage, we’re still in a great spot. We’re just looking forward to the next game.”
The Flyers improved to 9-1 at home in the postseason.
The series is now tied up at 2-2. Game 5 of the 2010 Stanley Cups Finals is Sunday night, June 6 in Chicago.