PHILADELPHIA — Adam Larsson watched Game 1 from the press box, dressed sharply in a suit and tie.
From the rafters, he sat helplessly as he watched his New Jersey Devils lose a tough road opener in this Eastern Conference semifinal series against the Flyers in overtime.
In Game 2, though, he received his chance to shed the suit and don a uniform. And the 19-year-old rookie took full advantage.
Larsson scored the first postseason goal of his career off a wrist shot in the third, igniting a four-goal explosion in the period as the Devils rallied to a 4-1 win over Philadelphia on Tuesday night. The best-of-seven series is now tied at 1-1. Read the complete story here.