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Four Minutes to Forget

The Caps were out-played for long stretches in the first period, but they managed to hang in there. Until the final four minutes, that is. I don't remember a worse stretch since Bruce Boudreau took over.

Goals by Briere, Hartnell and Kapanen will send the Flyers into the second up 3-1. The haunting image of the opening period, though, was defenseman Milan Jurcina's turnover deep in the Washington zone that led to the Flyers' third goal. That was a benchable offense.

On a positive note, Fehr got his first career playoff tally.

By Tarik El-Bashir  |  April 15, 2008; 7:45 PM ET
 
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