<--The Flyers offense receded in the third period faster than Ryan Getzlaf's hair line.
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The Flyers momentum gradually trickled out though, much like it has almost every game this season. Andrew Cogliano (surprisingly not a celebrity chef) opened the flood gates after scoring on a fortuitous bounce off the backboards in the second.
The third period belonged to Kyle Palmieri, who tied the game 2-2 by stealing the puck and putting it through Mason's five-hole. Palmieri also threw the final blow, scoring with 4:09 left in the game to give the Ducks a 3-2 lead that ultimately became the final.
The Ducks now sit at 10-3-0, 2nd in the West, while the Flyers fall to 3-8-0, 2nd to last in the East.
Note: Veteran Teemu Selanne, in his 22nd season, went down after taking a stick to the face in the third. There was some blood on the ice, but he skated off to a cheers from the crowd.
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