Game 3 news and notes

  • On the Flyers second goal, play continued for a couple of minutes before a stoppage could allow for a review. Since the goal was declared good, time was reset to when it was scored -- in this case at 9:55 of period two. If the Hawks had scored before the review, that goal would have been disallowed.

  • Ben Eager took another shift with the top line, this time filling in for Dustin Byfuglien. He started the sequence that led to Patrick Kane’s breakaway goal in the third period. That’s two shifts in two games with Jonathan Toews and company and Eager has a goal and an assist to show for it.

    “He’s 2-for-2,” Kane said. “Pretty good percentage.”

  • Though Dustin Byfuglien had two penalties called against him, he continues to play physical. He was credited with seven more hits in Game 3 to bring his three game total to a whopping 22.

  • The first three games of the Finals have been decided by one goal for the first time since 1988.