Beyond that, the Flyers employed a bizarre approach to handling the Lightning's vaunted 1-3-1 system in which they putzed around in their own zone commiserating about Mike Richards, exchanging casserole recipes, and listening to World War II stories from Jaromir Jagr instead of trying to enter the neutral zone. Stories that we all know could've been told much better by Dwayne Roloson.
While all of that is somewhat of an exaggeration, the Flyers did indeed toy with the puck for up to 45 seconds before the officials were forced to blow the whistle and stop play.
As it turns out, Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette had planned on this approach for weeks leading up to the game, even releasing a team-wide memo before practice this week. The DTV Investigation Team was able to sneak into Flyers Headquarters and obtain a copy of the memo. It's featured below. I've also been told this particular copy of the memo was taped to Pronger's visor at the time of the raid.