Breaking Down What New York Rangers Did Wrong in Game 4 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

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Breaking Down What New York Rangers Did Wrong in Game 4 vs. Philadelphia Flyers
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Game 4 went a lot like Game 2 for the New York Rangers, primarily because it ended in a loss. The Blueshirts got off to a hot start, took a lead, gave up said lead and fizzled out as the game continued.

The Philadelphia Flyers evened up their first-round NHL playoff series with a 2-1 win in Game 4, and the Rangers just failed to step up and take advantage of a golden opportunity.

Early on it looked like they would take control, but a lapse in play and strong goaltending by Steve Mason enabled the Flyers to get the job done. Here's a look at what the Rangers did wrong in Game 4.

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