Rangers vs Flyers

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New York Rangers
Rangers Flyers
0 0
Team Leaders
  • Brad Richards
    POINTS 3
  • Four Players Tied
    goals 1
  • Brad Richards & Martin St. Louis
  • Ryan McDonagh & Mats Zuccarello
    Penalty Minutes 2
  • Henrik Lundqvist
    goals against avg 1.00
Team Leaders
  • Scott Hartnell & Andrew Macdonald
    Points 1
  • Andrew Macdonald
    Goals 1
  • Scott Hartnell
    Assists 1
  • Brayden Schenn & Jason Akeson
    Penalty Minutes 4
  • Ray Emery
    goals against avg 4.00
Where They Stand

BY DAVID KOLB, MSG.COM -- The Rangers will battle the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 2 of their playoff series Sunday at Madison Square Garden. New York gained a 1-0 advantage in the series after defeating the Flyers, 4-1, Thursday at The Garden. The Blueshirts used home-ice to their advantage after outshooting Philadelphia, 13-1, during the third period and outscoring them, 3-0. The Rangers also scored twice with the man advantage in the third period while only allowing the Flyers one power play in 60 minutes of action. Ray Emery gets the start again in net for the Flyers in place of Steve Mason (upper-body). After Game 2, the clubs will travel to Philadelphia for Game 3 on Tuesday and Game 4 on Friday.

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    Flyers Road
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To be successful in the postseason your skilled players need to provide a strong offensive effort, and in Game 1, Martin St. Louis proved once again why he’s one of the NHL’s top point-producers and playoff performers. St. Louis recorded two power play assists on Thursday and now has six assists in his past three games. In 64 career NHL postseason appearances, he's accumulated 70 points (33 goals, 37 assists), including 16 power play assists. On the other side of the ice, Claude Giroux was held without a point in 17:08 minutes of ice-time during Game 1, though he was a plus-1. Giroux has been an offensive weapon in his four previous playoff appearances recording 55 points (21 goals, 34 assists) in 51 games. To compete with the Rangers in the first-round series, the Flyers need Giroux to start producing in Game 2.

Martin St. Louis
Martin St. Louis #26 Right Wing
  • G: 0
  • A: 2
  • Plus/Minus: -1
Claude Giroux
Claude Giroux #28 Center
  • Plus/Minus: 1
  • A: 0
  • G: 0
Who's Hot
Brad Richards
Brad Richards #19 Center

Brad Richards scored a power play goal, registered two assists and was a plus-1 in Thursday's Game 1 win over the Flyers. With three points in his first postseason game of the year, Richards has already surpassed last season's total of one point in ten playoff games.

Andrew MacDonald
Andrew MacDonald #47 Defenseman

A few days after signing a lucrative contract extension with the Flyers, Andrew MacDonald lit the lamp after Scott Hartnell sent a pass to MacDonald at the left point on Thursday, scoring the lone goal for the Flyers in Game 1. The goal was his first if his career in the postseason, as well as his first career playoff point.

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Playoff Preview: Game 2
Playoff Preview: Game 2

John Giannone and Joe Micheletti look at the key talking points heading into Sunday's huge Game 2 between the Rangers and Flyers at The Garden. WATCH NOW

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Vigneault Previews Game 2 of Rangers-Flyers  (4/19)
Vigneault Previews Game 2 of Rangers-Flyers (4/19)

Coach Alain Vigneault talks about what went right for the Rangers in their Game 1 victory and  what to look for in Game 2 Sunday.


The Rangers defeated the Flyers 4-1 on Thursday in Game 1 of the Metropolitan Division Semifinals. Re-live the Rangers’ last three games versus Philly below:

Rangers vs Flyers
4/17/2014 Home
4 1
Rangers vs Flyers
3/26/2014 Home
3 1
Flyers vs Rangers
3/1/2014 Away
4 2

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