The "Marathon on Ice" between the Flyers and Penguins during the 2000 playoffs was more than just a five-overtime game for the history books.
The 2-1 Game 4 victory for the Flyers in the Eastern Conference semifinals was not only a series-swinging result, but it may have also swung the future for both clubs in some ways.
Sports Uncovered: Marathon on Ice podcast digs into that storyline and so much more, from the crazy food to the crazy amount of fatigue.
And this isn't the only Sports Uncovered podcast by the NBC Sports family. Sports Uncovered will feature deep-dive perspective and behind-the-scene insight on some of the biggest stories in sports across the regional networks.
You can check out the latest podcasts and what's to come right here:
The Sports Uncovered: Marathon on Ice — NBC Sports Philadelphia
How the Flyers and Penguins survived seven hours of playoff hockey as they battled in the longest game of the NHL’s modern era.
Sports Uncovered: Sean Taylor, the NFL superstar we didn’t get to know — NBC Sports Washington
Untold stories that explain why the NFL’s biggest stars revere Sean Taylor, the Redskins safety who was killed at 24 while protecting his family.
Sports Uncovered: The uniform craze that revolutionized college football — NBC Sports Northwest
How the University of Oregon ignited a fashion arms race by going from having Donald Duck as its mascot to trendsetting Nike uniforms that attracted five-star recruits to Eugene.
Sports Uncovered: Michael Jordan: "I'm Back" — NBC Sports Chicago
How a two-word fax from Michael Jordan changed the course of NBA history, plus never-before-heard stories about his secret workouts with another NBA team.
Sports Uncovered: The mysterious disappearance that decided a Super Bowl — NBC Sports Bay Area (July 9)
Barret Robbins in his own words — from prison — revealing the real reasons why he disappeared and missed playing in the Raiders’ loss in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Sports Uncovered: The Bill Belichick you don’t know — NBC Sports Boston (July 16)
Bill Belichick’s closest confidants reveal the side of the Patriots head coach the public doesn’t get to see.