Flyers v. Rangers
Last Game: Loss, 4-2 @ Rangers (Sun. April 27th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Claude Giroux - 1 G, 0 A, 6 SOG, 21:26 TOI
- The Flyers are 6-4 in playoff series all-time against the Rangers having won the last three dating back to 1987.
- Philadelphia is 5-1 in seven-game series against the Rangers.
- The Flyers have won the last two series with the Rangers when they have split the first two games.
- Philadelphia is 125-85 all-time in the playoffs on home ice.
- The Flyers are 7-10 in Game 6 in their history and have won two of the last three Game 6 situations when trailing 3-2.
- Philadelphia is 6-3 in elimination games since 2010.
Last Game: Win, 4-2 v. Flyers (Sun. April 27th)
Last Game's Top Performer: Dominic Moore - 1 G, 1 A, 2 SOG, Plus-1
- The Rangers are 216-235-8 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 lead all playoff teams averaging 24.2 shots on goal per game.
- New York is 23-29 all-time against the Flyers in the playoffs.
33-24-5, 2.36 GAA, .920 SV%
Lundqvist, 32, played great on Sunday against the Flyers stopping 24 of 26 shots en roue to the victory.. Lundqvist has a 1.81 GAA and a .926 SV% so far in the series. He posted a 2.14 GAA and a .934 SV% in 12 games in the 2013 playoffs. In 50 career starts against the Flyers, Lundqvist is 29-15-3.
33-18-7, 2.50 GAA, .917 SV%
Mason, 25, has had better games than his performance on Sunday against the Rangers. Mason allowed three goals on 21 shots and he got a pieceof two of the three Ranger goals. He has a 1.92 GAA and a .935 SV% in part of three games in the playoffs for the Flyers. In nine career games against the Rangers, Mason is 5-2-1.