Flyers need less than one minute to score in their first home game of the playoffs.

Flyers get the crowd going right away.

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In what is a very emotional night in Philadelphia and the Flyers responded in a big way to start the game.

The home team needed less than a minute to get those in attendance at the Wells Fargo Center off their feet and they did so thanks to the first career playoff goal of forward Michael Raffl's National Hockey League career.

It was a point shot from defenseman Brandon Manning that set the play up, Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby did make the save but was unable to control the rebound, and that's when Raffl, who had muscled his way into the front of the net, pounced on the rebound for a goal just 57 seconds into the game.