While Steve Mason stole the show at one end in Game 4, it was Voracek at the other end who clinched the series-tying tilt for the Flyers.
After first-period conversions from New York's Dominic Moore and Philadelphia's Matt Read, the Flyers and Rangers were even at a goal apiece nearing the midway point of the contest. But before Philly's power play went into its costly Game 5 funk, the man advantage for the Orange and Black came through with an awfully clutch conversion 7:22 into the middle stanza of Game 4.
After falling shortly after carrying the puck into the attacking zone, Voracek was able to work the disc to the half-boards for Jason Akeson, who moved it on to the left point for Streit and eventually into the high slot for Brayden Schenn. With his head up all the way, Schenn found Voracek just atop the Rangers goal crease, who, with his stick on the ice the whole time, was able to redirect the youngster's feed just under the New York crossbar.
Not only did the conversion give the Flyers a 2-1 lead just prior to the midway point of Game 4, but it stood up as the eventual winner in the series-leveling affair at Wells Fargo Center.
A ton of credit goes to Schenn, who, at just 22 years old, didn't panic while better than 19,000 orange-clad fans urged him to shoot but instead looked for a deflection opportunity to solve the stingy Lundqvist.
Additionally, major props to Voracek, who didn't waste time whining about a tripping penalty when he was upended upon entry. Instead, the feisty winger did what all great goal scorers do. He went to the net and was rewarded for his efforts.