NEW YORK (AP) - The train ride back from Philadelphia after the New York Rangers' one-goal loss to the Flyers in Game 4 wasn't all that long, yet long enough for them to shake off the disappointment.
At least that is what they said the day after.
''It's gone now,'' goalie Henrik Lundqvist proclaimed Saturday of the 2-1 defeat that tied the series 2-2.
''On the way home it was disappointing, and you try to learn something and come up with something that will help you moving forward, but then you let it go.''
The Metropolitan Division rivals will get right back at it Sunday at noon in the pivotal Game 5 at Madison Square Garden, where the clubs split the opening two games. They split again in Philadelphia, and neither team has won two straight.
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