Hampered by a sore shoulder, Eddie Belfour watched game 3 from the bench. If the Flyers had won the game, Belfour would have probably sat game 4 but with Philly falling behind 2-1 in games, Belfour ignored his sore shoulder and game back to help his team take game four, 4-1 and tie the series 2-2. Game 4 was a must win for the Flyers who now will head back to Philly feeling good about themselves. â€œWe canâ€™t wait to get back home and play in front of our fans. The building is going to be electric,â€ said Tim Connolly. The Flyers can only hope their line of Bertuzzi, Gagne and Gomez continue where they left off in game 4. The treo had 7 points, including 3 from Gagne. â€œThe line clicked right from the start (Bertuzzi was acquired just before the deadline). Heâ€™s too big, strong and fast for most teams to stop him game in and game out,â€ said centreman Scott Gomez. Game 5 will be played Thursday night in Philly. History strongly favours the winner of game 5â€™s as the majority of the teams who have win game 5 go on to win the series. Game Notes Game 4 was 1st game in series not to reach overtime....Flyers have outshot the Sabres by at least 4 shots in each game....Olli Yokinen led the Sabres in icetime while Todd Bertuzzi did so for his team....Game 1 of the series was the only home game to sell out for either team.