Inside the Numbers: NYR/PHI (March 6)

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Another New Face


Michael Haley, who played for Brad Richards who unable to play due to injury, became the 12th player to make his Rangers regular season debut this season. He logged 4:12 of ice time and finished with three hits.

Feasting on Philly

With the 4-2 victory, the Rangers have now won 10 of their last 11 meetings with the Flyers dating back to a 7-0 drubbing on March 6, 2011. The Blueshirts have outscored their division rival, 41-18, over that stretch.

The Rangers extended their home winning streak against the Flyers to six games, during which they've outscored Philadelphia 24-7.


Taking Advantage of the Man Advantage

After getting off to a poor start this season, the Rangers power play has been very strong lately. With Callahan's power play goal in the first period, the Rangers now have six PPG in their last nine games, going 7-for-31 (22.6 percent) during that stretch.