LOS ANGELES (AP) -- R.J. Umberger scored the tying and go-ahead
goals 2½ minutes apart, capping a three-goal rally in the third
period and lifting the Philadelphia Flyers to a stunning 4-3
victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Alexander Frolov gave the Kings a 3-1 lead with 10:36 to play,
scoring his second of the game at the end of a 2-on-1 break with
Craig Conroy. But the Flyers capitalized on two giveaways in the
Kings' end to pull even.
Mike Knuble knocked the puck off defenseman Lubomir Visnovski's
stick and it bounced right to Simon Gagne, who beat Dan Cloutier
from close range with 6:47 remaining. Just 40 seconds later,
Umberger stole the puck from Dustin Brown at the top of the left
circle, whirled around and beat Cloutier as Flyers forward Mike
Richards provided a screen.
The Flyers completed their improbable comeback when Richards'
centering pass caromed off the left skate of Kings defenseman
Mattias Norstrom and right to Umberger, who swept his sixth goal
past Cloutier with 3:37 left.