The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to win their second Atlantic Division title in three seasons. That may not happen if they can't figure out how to beat the New York Rangers.
After breaking a three-game losing streak their last time out, the host Flyers seek their first win in five tries this season over the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers on Saturday.
Second-place Philadelphia (31-16-7) is four points behind New York in the division, a deficit due in large part to its inability to gain any points in the season series. The Flyers have totaled six goals in the four games against their Winter Classic opponent, with the most recent loss coming by a 5-2 score at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
They have dropped six straight overall to the Rangers and two in a row at the Wells Fargo Center. Philadelphia's frustration seemed evident in the latest meeting, with the teams combining for 72 penalty minutes and four fights.
"I think we know how important these games are," Rangers rig...