Three power-play goals in the first period, and a 2-1 Philadelphia lead.
Then playoff hockey broke out.
The Penguins got goals from Jordan Staal to take a second-period lead.
Then Marc-André Fleury – who’d been lousy in this series – made 14 saves in the third period.
Back to Philly for Game 6.
Fans in Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center had a pregame message for Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby. Didn't seem to bother him a whole lot... Len Redkoles, NHLI via Getty Images With
A ridiculous 10-3 game in Philadelphia featured seven power-play goals – four by the Penguins, who chased Ilya Bryzgalov and scored five unanswered goals in the second period
Nashville's Sergei Kostitsyn battles Detroit's Ian White along the back boards during Tuesday's game at Joe Louis Arena. Dave Reginek, NHLI via Getty Images • In Detroit: The visiting Nashville
The most vicious and, perhaps, disgraceful first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs continued on Tuesday night with Marian Hossa the victim of a late hit, an unpenalized
New York Rangers' Brian Boyle wheels away from Ottawa's net after scoring the game's first and only goal Monday in Kanata, Boyle's third of the playoffs. Richard Wolowicz, Getty
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, hardly an innocent bystander on this afternoon, stands over some of the human wreckage at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday. Bruce Bennett, Getty Images Old-time
Overtime hero Chris Neil (right) celebrates his winner with teammate Nick Foligno, who had sent the game into extra time, Saturday in New York. Scott Levy, NHLI via Getty