The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins proved themselves as the best team in the American Hockey League throughout the entire regular season.
When the team dropped the first two games of the series on home ice, even the most faithful and die hard fans started to question the team in terms of winning a single game.
There shouldn't be any more questions.
The Baby Pens went into Norfolk down 2-0, and are coming out of it up 3-2.
Brett Sterling fed a sick cross crease pass to Nick Petersen at the net front, who buried his first career AHL playoff goal.
Later in the period on another powerplay, Sterling took a shot that banked off of the boards behind the net. Petersen collected it, and quickly stuffed it home on a wrap-around.
PP quarterback Andrew Hutchinson had the secondary assist on both tallies.
Bands of brothers like this don't die. They inspire together.
Gayest thing we've ever written.
Probably has something to do with the fact that Elton John has a concert going tonight in the WB.
Game 6 tomorrow tonight at home. Finish it.
That guy's definitely going to have a tough time falling asleep tonight, under the bridge.
Penguins lead the series 3-2.