Final OT

Series (Game 2 of 6)

Philadelphia leads 2-1

Game 1: Saturday, October 11th
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Game 2: Wednesday, November 26th
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Game 3: Wednesday, December 3rd
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Flyers5
Game 4: Monday, January 12th
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Flyers1
Game 5: Saturday, January 31st
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Game 6: Sunday, March 14th
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Flyers 1

(12-2-1, 30 pts)

Penguins 1

(5-10-1, 15 pts)

7:30 PM ET, November 26, 2003

Mellon Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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PHI 0 1 0 01
PIT 1 0 0 01

S. Caron (Penguins - G): Saves: 38, Save Pct.: .974

J. Williams (Flyers - RW): Goals: 0, Assists: 1

R. Fata (Penguins - RW): Goals: 0, Assists: 0

Philadelphia (12-2-4-1) at Pittsburgh (5-10-3-1) 7:30 pm EST

PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- The first-place Philadelphia Flyers seek to extend their season-high nine-game unbeaten streak Wednesday night when they visit the struggling Pittsburgh Penguins.

The Flyers enter off consecutive victories and are 8-0-1 since a 3-2 road loss to the New Jersey Devils on October 30. Philadelphia leads New Jersey by one point in the Atlantic Division.

On Saturday, Mark Recchi snapped a second-period tie with a power-play goal and the Flyers limited the Boston Bruins to 13 shots in a 3-2 victory. Justin Williams and Simon Gagne scored 3:13 apart in the first period and Jeff Hackett needed to make just 11 saves to improve to 6-2-3.

The Flyers have allowed more than two goals only once during their current skein.

The Penguins have not scored more than two goals in any of their past seven games, losing five if those contests.

On Saturday, rookie Ryan Malone scored 2:40 into overtime to give the Penguins a 2-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators. The son of former Penguin Greg Malone, Ryan is the first player born, raised and trained in Pittsburgh to play in the NHL.

Sebastien Caron made 31 saves against Ottawa and improved to 2-4-1.

The Flyers are 7-2-2 in their last 11 meetings with the Penguins. The teams are playing the second of six games this season. In the second game of the season for both, Mario Lemieux and Aleksey Morozov scored third-period goals as the Penguins rallied for a 3-3 tie in Philadelphia.

Lemieux is sidelined with a hip injury and Morozov has only one assist in his last four games.

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