Devils Vs. Flyers, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 4: New Jersey Up 3-2 After 2nd Period

The New Jersey Devils are up 3-2 over the Philadelphia Flyers after two periods during Game 4 of their Eastern Conference series during 2012 NHL Playoffs on Sunday night. They should arguably be up by much more after outshooting the Flyers 16-5 during the period. Regardless, they own the lead for now thanks to a goal by Dainius Zubrus late in the period.

For the game, the Devils now hold a 32-12 advantage in shots on goal. Ilya Bryzgalov is doing his best in net for the Flyers, as a normally staunch defensive Philadelphia team repeatedly gets exploited by a New Jersey team playing much more like an underdog despite holding a 2-1 series lead.

The Devils will start the third period on a powerplay thanks to an illegal check by Claude Giroux on Zubrus with four seconds left in the second.

Check out this SB Nation New York StoryStream for all your updates on this series. For all your Flyers news and information, head over to Broad Street Hockey. If you're a Devils fan,In Lou We Trust has what you need. For all your 2012 Stanley Cup Playoff needs, SB Nation's NHL hub has you covered.

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