Video: Flyers, Pens engage in fight-filled second period on Rivalry Night
It’s fight night in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins have renewed hostilities, and that’s putting it lightly, in a scrap-filled second period. It’s still a close game, by the way.
So, there’s a lot to get through:
Zach Sill vs. Michael Raffl threw down to kick things off...
Shortly after that, Ray Emery took a minor roughing penalty for punching David Perron in the face:
The rough stuff continued when Jakub Voracek and Rob Scuderi threw down:
Followed by a scrap between Luke Schenn and Steve Downie...
And finished with a tilt featuring Pierre-Edouard Bellemare and the recently recalled Bobby Farnham:
All told, the two teams combined for 64 penalty minutes in the middle frame, and are now at 83 total for the game. And there’s still the third period to go!