Andrew Shaw has had an eventful night for the Blackhawks; in the first period, he got into a fight that left his face bloodied and sweater torn. In the second, he gave the Blackhawks a 2-1 lead with his first career NHL goal. (Which leaves him an assist short of a Gordie Howe hat trick.)
From there, though, things unravelled in a hurry for Chicago, as the Flyers scored three goals in a four-minute, 20-second span. Scott Hartnell tied the game at two less than 30 seconds after Shaw had given Chicago the lead. Harry Zolnierczyk and James van Riemsdyk scored the third and fourth goals, respectively. The Flyers have out-shot Chicago 34-22.
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