Boston Bruins center Marc Savard reacts after scoring the game-winning goal against the Philadelphia Flyers during overtime of Game 1 of a second-round NHL playoff hockey game in Boston, Saturday, May 1, 2010. The Bruins won 5-4.
What a drag
The Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews approaches the puck as the Canucks' Andrew Alberts reaches while sprawled on the ice during Game 1 at the United Center in Chicago.
Jonathan Toews (left) and Patrick Kane of the Blackhawks skate up the ice.
Breaking from the boards
The Blackhawks' John Madden grabs the puck from the boards as the Canucks' Christian Ehrhoff reaches around.
Lighting the lamp
Canucks Mason Raymond (right) and Alexander Edler celebrate after Raymond's goal.
Two against one
Tomas Kopecky (82) and Kris Versteeg combine to check the Canucks' Kevin Bieksa.
What a start
Steve Begin (top) and his Bruins teammates celebrate a first-period goal against the Flyers in Game 1. The score put Boston up 1-0.
Looking for help
Zdeno Chara (right) of the Bruins passes the puck as Blair Betts of the Flyers defends during Game 1.
Patrice Bergeron (right) of the Bruins gets a shot past goalie Brian Boucher of Flyers in the first period of Game 1. The Bruins jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the opening frame.
Bruins left wing Milan Lucic (top) knocks Flyers defenseman Matt Carle to the ice during the second period of Game 1.
Chris Pronger (left) of the Flyers celebrates after scoring a second-period goal in Game 1. The score cut the Bruins' lead to 3-2.
Safety in numbers
The Flyers celebrate a goal against the Bruins in Game 1.
Duking it out
Daniel Paille (left) of the Bruins checks Lukas Krajicek of the Flyers during Game 1.
Finding the net
Bruins center David Krejci scores as Flyers goalie Brian Boucher falls on his chest. The third-period score put Boston ahead 4-2.
Flyers center Danny Briere (far left) celebrates his third-period goal with teammates Braydon Coburn (middle) and Ville Leino (far right). The score tied the game at 4 with less than four minutes to play.
In his first game back after sustaining a concussion seven weeks ago, Marc Savard scored the game-winner in overtime to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead in the series.