Marc-Andre Fleury (Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-US PRESSWIRE)
Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury (29) celebrates winning against the Philadelphia Flyers with teammate Pittsburgh Penguins right wing Pascal Dupuis (9) after game four of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the at Wells Fargo Center. The Penguins defeated the Flyers, 10-3. The Flyers lead the series three games to one.
After some debate about who would play goal for the desperate Canucks on Wednesday night, it looks like Vancouver coach Alain Vigneault chose right: Cory Schneider stops Colin Fraser in the second period for one of his 43 saves, helping the 'Nucks stay alive with a 3-1 victory over the Kings. L.A. still leads the series 3-1.
Talk about back checking! Canucks right wing Alex Burrows lands on top of Kings center Brad Richardson as Richardson tries to pass the puck.
Vancouver captain Henrik Sedin (right) returned from a concussion and helped the Canucks cause with a goal — to the fist-bumping delight of his teammates.
Up for grabs
Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis (left) and Kings center Jarret Stoll battle for the puck during the first period in L.A.
Rough and tumble
Canucks defenseman Keith Ballard checks Kings center Jordan Nolan into the boards in the third period.
Senators players celebrate en masse Wednesday night after Kyle Turris' goal 2:42 into overtime gave Ottawa a 3-2 win over the visiting Rangers, evening the best-of-seven series at 2-2.
Off for repairs
Hockey's a rough game — especially in the playoffs. Here, the Senators' Jason Spezza is helped off the ice by a trainer after receiving a hit to the side of the head from Rangers defenseman Marc Staal during the second period.
Senators center Jesse Winchester zips around the net as Ranger Ryan Callahan forechecks.
Senators center Zenon Konopka is outnumbered 3-1 in this first-period scramble at Scotiabank Place in Kanata, Ontario.
Five's a crowd
Rangers goalie Henrik Lunqvist has lots of company in front of his crease during this first-period scramble. But he had to feel very lonely when he gave up the winning goal in overtime to Kyle Turris.
Downs and ups
Ottawa's Zenon Konopka has fallen — but he and the Senators got up to even their series with the Rangers 2-2, winning in OT before a delirious Kanata crowd.
The Penguins' Steve Sullivan celebrates after scoring one of Pittsburgh's 10 goals Wednesday night. The 10-goal output was the most one team scored in the NHL playoffs since the Los Angeles Kings netted 12 against Calgary in 1990.
The best of enemies
The Battle of Pennsylvania gets heated.
The Flyers' Kimmo Timonen celebrates a power-play goal with teammates at 15:06 of the first period. The Flyers held a 3-2 lead before allowing the Penguins to score eight unanswered goals.
Not in time
Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov can't stop a shot from the Penguins' Evgeni Malkin in the first period. Malkin scored his first two goals of the playoffs in Game 4.
Glum and glummer
A gloomy Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov sits on the bench after being pulled in the second period after giving up five goals to the Penguins. His replacement, Sergei Bobrovsky, was just as bad, and just as sad when it was over — he also gave up a five-spot in Philly's historically hideous 10-3 Game 4 loss.