Jake Guentzel scored four goals in the Pittsburgh Penguins' 8-5 thrashing of the Philadelphia Flyers, ending the first-round series in six games. He scored 30 seconds into the third for the lead off another giveaway, and sealed one more lopsided win over the Flyers with two goals 10 seconds apart late in the period.
Guentzel, 23, tied the game at 4-4 with 54 seconds left in the second period off a Flyers turnover.
Philadelphia was sent packing in the 2018 National Hockey League playoffs, but center Sean Couturier did everything in his power to help the Flyers attempt to overcome a 3-1 series deficit.
Tim Kerr of the Philadelphia Flyers also did it in Game 3 of the 1985 quarterfinals against the New York Rangers.
Couturier gave the Flyers a 1-0 lead at 2:15 of the first period.
Guentzel had the third four-goal playoff game in team history, joining Mario Lemieux in 1989 and Kevin Stevens in 1991. In a series where every first-goal scoring team has won, a ferocious start by Philly led to several scoring tries early.
Guentzel was battling in front and was credited with the goal, but he didn't appear to touch it on the replays and it was expected to be changed. Off a face-off, Kris Letang fired a shot that Michal Neuvirth stopped with the pad, but the rebound went right to Sidney Crosby, and he didn't miss, tying the game with his sixth goal of the series at 6:30.
Carl Hagelin scored at 7:17 to make it 2-1 before Andrew MacDonald tied it 2-2 at 15:48.
A golden opportunity came 10 minutes later, as the Flyers were given just over a minute of 4-on-3 time looking to find a way to tie things.
Then Couturier took advantage of a Hornqvist pass that went off Matt Read's skate, beating Hornqvist to the net and fending him off to beat Murray for a 3-2 lead 40 seconds into the second period.
Penguins coach Mike Sullivan made the smart move by keeping the third line of Derick Brassard, Conor Sheary and Bryan Rust intact, as they had been their best line in Game 5.
Hart Trophy candidate Claude Giroux scored only one goal in the series for the Flyers.
Malkin's knee injury had a ripple effect on the lineup, although the return of Patric Hornqvist somewhat softened the blow.
Including the playoffs, the Penguins played five games in Philadelphia this season and not only won all of them, but scored at least five goals in all of them.