Wayne Simmonds takes the body on Rangers defenseman Anton Stralman during last Wednesday's tilt between the Metropolitan Division rivals. (Photo Courtesy of NJ.com)
Thanks in part to NHL realignment, the Flyers and Rangers have a strong possibility of meeting in the first round of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs, and would do so if the season ended today. 'Broadway vs. Broad Street' is one of the league's most storied rivalries, and if that series does go down as planned, it could become one of the most memorable in recent Flyers history. This week's Flyers Five breaks down why a Flyers-Rangers playoff series must happen.