PHILADELPHIA — After allowing five goals on just 23 shots in Game 1 Saturday, Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette  announced Monday morning that Brian Boucher  will get a second chance and will start Game 2 tonight against the Bruins at Wells Fargo Center .
“Brian will go back in net today,” Laviolette announced after the Flyers pregame skate at Wells Fargo. “Today is a game, for me, where we all get to go back in there and right some wrongs so, everybody gets an opportunity. He’s deserves it.”
The Flyers have been in crisis mode with their goaltending in the playoffs so far, with Laviolette changing goalies midgame already four times in the first eight playoffs games, and six times in their last 14 postseason games, dating back to last year’s Stanley Cup  finals against the Blackhawks.
On Saturday, after yielding the fifth goal in the second period, Laviolette turned to rookie Sergei Bobrovsky, who allowed two goals in the third period of Boston’s 7-3 romp that put the Bruins up, 1-0, in the best-of-7 Eastern Conference semifinals.
The Flyers could be without two of their top players tonight as defenseman Chris Pronger  and forward Jeff Carter  both missed the morning skate. Pronger came back late in the first round after dealing with a broken hand while Carter injured his knee during the Sabres series and hasn’t returned.