Last Game: Loss, 4-1 @ Rangers (Thu. April 17th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Ray Emery - 4 GA, 32 Saves, .889 SV%
- The Flyers are 6-4 in playoff series all-time against the Rangers having won the last three dating back to 1987.
- The Flyers have not scored more than two goals at Madison Square Garden in each of their last nine visits and in 15 of their last 18.
- Philadelphia is 3-0 and Madison Square Garden when Claude Giroux scores but 1-13 when he does not.
- The Flyers are 30-7 in series when they win Game 2 and 8-23 when losing the second game, regardless of the outcome of Game 1.
- Philadelphia is 17-16 in series that are tied 1-1 but are 3-14 when trailing 0-2 - 1977 vs. Toronto, 2000 vs. Pittsburgh and 2010 vs. Boston.
- The Flyers are 19-17 in Game 2 when they have lost Game 1.
Last Game: Win, 4-1 v. Flyers (Thu. April 17th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Brad Richards - 1 G, 2 A, 6 SOG, Plus-1
- The Rangers are 214-233-8 all-time in the playoffs and 120-89-2 at home.
- New York has won seven of their last eight playoff series when they have had home-ice advantage.
- The Rangers are 122-111-37-7 all-time against the Flyers and 65-47-23-4 against Philadelphia at Madison Square Garden.
- New York has won their last nine home games against the Flyers going back to March 6th, 2011 while outscoring Philadelphia 35-10 during the streak.
- The Rangers boast a strong penalty kill as they have killed off 49 of their last 52 penalties (94.2%) with seven shorthanded goals over the last 22 games.
- New York is 32-12 all-time is series when they win Game 1 and 21-6 when they win Game 1 at home.
9-12-2, 2.96 GAA, .903 SV%
Emery, 31, allowed four goals on 36 shots in Game 1 on Thursday against the Rangers. Two of the three third period goals he allowed came on the power play. He started the month of April by shutting out the St. Louis Blues before losing in a shootout. In 11 career games against the Rangers, Emery is 7-3-0.
33-24-5, 2.36 GAA, .920 SV%
Lundqvist, 32, played well when called upon Thursday against the Flyers in New York. He stopped 14 of 15 shots fired his direction and the only goal he allowed was redirected on its way to the net. He posted a 2.14 GAA and a .934 SV% in 12 games in the 2013 playoffs. In 46 career starts against the Flyers, Lundqvist is 28-13-3.