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Falcons win, advance to Conference semifinals

MANCHESTER, NH (WSHM) -

The Springfield Falcons nearly fell against the Monarchs after taking the first two games in their opening round playoff series.

The team dropped game three on the road Thursday - if a loss happened Saturday night, the Falcons would be staring at a winner-take-all contest Sunday in game five.

After taking the first two games in their opening round playoff series against the Monarchs, the Springfield Falcons had a bit of a hiccup.

Game five will not be necessary - the Falcons pulled off a 4-3 victory in overtime.

Nick Drazenovic knocked in the winning goal.

The Falcons advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals for the first time since 1997.

We will have more on their series victory Sunday night on Valley Sports Replay.

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