His performance during Philadelphia's 7-4 loss in Game 5, however, was not his best of the postseason, as he was on the ice for five Chicago goals and in the penalty box for a sixth. He was also on the receiving end of a thunderous hit from Chicago's truck of a power forward, Dustin Byfuglien.
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Byfuglien, for what it's worth, also scored two goals -- his first two of the series -- giving him 10 during the postseason, and ending what had been a four-game goal-scoring drought. He was also credited with a game-high nine hits.
Pronger finished the game as a minus-five in 28 minutes of ice time.