The Flyers' 4-2 loss to the New York Rangers looked like too many games that Philly has played against the Blueshirts in recent years. It was a winnable game that got away.
After being carved up twice by the Flyers' power play in the first period, New York stayed out of the box the rest of the game, and won based on superior five-on-five play. The Rangers limited the open space that the Flyers
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