The New York Rangers have the upper hand in their playoff series with the Flyers because they have dominated even-strength play.
New York, which can wrap up the series in six games with a win at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday, has outscored the Flyers, 11-6, in even-strength situations, excluding empty-net goals.
The Flyers are giving the Rangers too much space, forward Brayden Schenn said.
"When we have that support, that's when you can make those little plays and have two guys in the battle instead of one guy battling," Schenn said. "I think that's an adjustment we have to make and just play harder in general. We need to be more aggressive, for sure. I think in Game 5 we sat back too much and they broke the puck out way too easy on us. We didn't sustain any offensive zone-time play and that caused us to not have the puck very much."