Philadelphia, PA – The last time the Blackhawks were in Philadelphia, they left the Wells Fargo Center with Lord Stanley's Cup.
Although the stakes were not nearly as significant, the Flyers got a measure of redemption with a 5-4 victory over Chicago Thursday night.
James van Riemsdyk eclipsed his production from last month with two goals, including the game-winner with 32.8 seconds to play in the third period.
Patrick Kane, whose goal from an unlikely angle in overtime of Game 6 on June 9, 2010 ended Chicago's 49-year championship drought, went off for high- sticking with 1:38 remaining.
A little over a minute later, van Riemsdyk, who had just one goal in 11 December games, hammered home a feed from Scott Hartnell.