The series will resume with Game 5 at noon on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
In the Flyers' first win, a 4-2 victory in Game 2, it was Voracek who scored the Flyers' first goal and Akeson the second after the Rangers had jumped to a 2-0 lead.
Voracek is on the Flyers' top line with Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell, and that group has seen a lot of the Rangers' top defensive duo of Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi.
"I feel good," Voracek said when asked about his play this series. "It is very physical to play against McDonagh and Girardi. They are very good defensemen and don't give you much, and you have to work for everything."
Akeson set up the first goal, when he shot a puck off defenseman's Kevin Klein's leg that went off the boards to Matt Read, who deposited his first goal of this postseason.
"At first I was going for net, but the lane was kind of not there, so I kind of went short side, and it luckily it bounced to Reader," Akeson said.
Voracek broke a 1-1 tie by tipping in a Brayden Schenn drive on a power-play goal with 12 minutes, 38 seconds left in the second period.
"I thought we moved the puck a little better and had a couple of good looks," Voracek said.
It was actually Akeson who literally kick-started the play. Facing pressure, he kicked the puck to teammate Mark Streit at the point, who passed to Schenn, leading to the goal.
It was yet another of the heads-up plays that Akeson has been impressing his teammates with this postseason.
"He is smart with the puck and makes plays sometimes, and everybody on the bench looks at each other and says, 'Where did that come from,' and he is really talented," Giroux said.
Akeson said he plays with confidence but admitted to being surprised by the events of this postseason.
When asked if he could have imagined this, he replied: "No, that's for sure. It's is a little crazy, but I am enjoying the ride."