Danny Briere's overtime winner (video)
Danny Briere has been a goal-scoring machine in the playoffs, and his second goal of the game on Sunday gave Philadelphia a 1-0 series lead over the Devils.
He scored two more goals on Sunday afternoon in the Flyers 4-3 overtime win, including the game-winner in overtime. His slap shot from the point found its way through Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, and it came just minutes after he had a potential game-winning goal taken away because it was ruled that he kicked it in.
Here is a look at the goal that counted.
With his two goals on Sunday, Briere now has seven this postseason and 49 in 104 career playoff games.
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