"And if there is any truth to the Flyers' self-assessment that their mini-revival is the result of improved penalty killing, the Rangers are in trouble. That's because their power play was last seen stalled along the Cross Bronx Expressway, and you know what happens when you're stalled along the Cross Bronx Expressway -- you get quickly demolished.
Let's break down the numbers: The Rangers' power play, which has struggled all season, is on an 0-for-14 schneid and is 1-for-26 in the last eight games. The Flyers' penalty killing has allowed just three goals in their last 44 times short (7%) over their last ten games. With Scott Gomez, the Rangers' best playmaker, out of action, there is no cause to expect any change in either pattern. On the flip side, the Rangers have allowed a power play goal in four of their last six games (4-for-28, 14%), while the Flyers have are 4-for-15 over the course of their current three-game win streak."
...and Renney doesn't want to put Prucha on the power play. Unbelievable!!!