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Game Night: Rangers @ Flyers
Rangers and Flyers face-off in their first matchup of the season

The Rangers' acting first line has been on fire!

The Rangers' acting first line has been on fire!

NY Rangers @ Philadelphia Flyers

7:00 p.m. 

Wells Fargo Center


Rangers Record: 6-4-1

Flyers Record: 7-4-1


Tonight, Nov. 4, the Rangers travel to Philadelphia to take on the Flyers. The Rangers, who have won their last two games, look to continue their hot streak with a win over a division rival. The Flyers, riding a four-game win streak, will try to keep their momentum going as well. For Rangers fans, the memory of last season’s shootout loss to the Flyers, deciding the final playoff spot, still stings, and it will be interesting to see how these two teams react in their first meeting since that decisive game.

The Rangers are enjoying a seven-game point-scoring streak from alternate captain Ryan Callahan, as well as great play from his linemates, Brandon Dubinsky and Artem Anisimov. Dubinsky has seven points over his last six games, including two goals in the Rangers’ most recent game, against Chicago. Anisimov has four points in the last three games, also recording a multi-point effort in the last game with two assists. This line has been serving as the Rangers’ number one while Marian Gaborik, Chris Drury and Vinny Prospal are all sidelined with injuries.

The Flyers have been on an incredibly hot streak lately, led by captain Mike Richards, who is riding a four-game point-scoring streak. Young Claude Giroux is also enjoying a four-game point streak, including four goals and seven points over that period. The Flyers will be hampered however, by injuries to veteran defenseman Andrej Meszaros and forward Andres Nodl, both of whom are listed as day-to-day, and goalie Michael Leighton, who is recovering from surgery. Additionally, Flyers’ center Danny Briere will not be playing as he serves the second day of his three-game suspension, assessed for a hit to the head of the Islanders’ Frans Nielsen last Saturday.

The goalie matchup sets the Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist (5-3-1) against Flyers rookie Sergei Bobrovsky, who has been starting in Leighton’s absence. 

The puck drops at 7, and pre-game ceremonies will include Flyers’ broadcaster and former player Bill Clement pledging his citizenship to the United States. It should be an exciting and passion-filled game, so be sure to watch!


Posted by Olivia Monaco | November 4, 2010 at 12:01 am

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