PITTSBURGH (NEWS CENTER) — Biddeford's Pete and Deb Dumoulin made the trip to Pittsburgh to see their son Brian playing for the Penguins in the NHL's Eastern Conference finals Monday night.

And they chose a great one to attend: Dumoulin set up the game-winning goal scored by team captain Sidney Crosby.

The series is now tied 1-1 with Games 3 and 4 coming up later this week in Tampa Bay.

The defenseman's enjoyed a successful postseason thus far tallying five assists in 13 games. He recorded 16 assists in 79 games during the regular season.

Dumoulin has been a part of the Penguins organization since 2012 after being traded to Pittsburgh by the Carolina Hurricanes, the team that drafted him. He made his NHL debut in 2013.

The 24-year-old graduated from Biddeford High School in 2009 and spent a short time in Hooksett, N.H., playing EJHL before playing hockey at Boston College. He and the Eagles won a national championship in 2012.

Pete and Deb Dumoulin
Pete and Deb Dumoulin
Deb Dumoulin in front of the Consol Energy Center
Deb Dumoulin in front of the Consol Energy Center