Flyers v. Rangers
Last Game: Win, 4-2 @ Rangers (Sun. April 20th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Ray Emery - 2 GA, 31 Saves, .939 SV%
- The Flyers are 6-4 in playoff series all-time against the Rangers having won the last three dating back to 1987.
- Philadelphia is 34-34 all-time in Game 3 and 15-18 when the series is tied 1-1.
- The Flyers are 25-10 all-time in series when they win Game 3 but 13-20 when they lose Game 3.
- Philadelphia is pretty even since 2008 as they are 6-6 in Game 3 in that span.
- The Flyers have won the last two series with the Rangers when they have split the first two games.
- Philadelphia is 125-84 all-time in the playoffs on home ice.
Last Game: Loss, 4-2 v. Flyers (Sun. April 20th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Martin St. Louis - 1 G, 0 A, 3 SOG, 23:38 TOI
- The Rangers are 214-234-8 all-time in the playoffs.
- New York has won seven of their last eight playoff series when they have had home-ice advantage.
- The Rangers are 8-4 over their last 12 series when they have split the first two 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.
- The Rangers are 10-17 all-time in the playoffs in Philadelphia.
33-24-5, 2.36 GAA, .920 SV%
Lundqvist, 32, was not as sharp as the Rangers had hoped on Sunday allowing three goals on 24 shots from the Flyers. Lundqvist has faced 39 total shots in the series. He posted a 2.14 GAA and a .934 SV% in 12 games in the 2013 playoffs. In 47 career starts against the Flyers, Lundqvist is 28-14-3.
9-12-2, 2.96 GAA, .903 SV%
Emery, 31, was great for the Flyers on Sunday stopping 31 of the Rangers' 33 shots on goal en route to earning the win for the Flyers. He started the month of April by shutting out the St. Louis Blues before losing in a shootout. In 12 career games against the Rangers, Emery is 8-3-0.