Flyers look to win at home and force Game 7 back in New York against Rangers

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New York Rangers' Dominic Moore, top, jumps into teammate Brian Boyle's arms to celebrate his goal during the second period of Game 5 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series against the Philadelphia Flyers, Sunday, April 27, 2014, in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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"I tried to kick (the puck) up, and I kicked it back," Gill said. "I have to make that play, and I didn't. When you're in the playoffs, you make a little mistake and it costs you."

Philadelphia took advantage on its fifth power play when Lecavalier scored his first of the series and 25th in 68 career playoff games.

The Rangers had six shots on Mason in the first period, but Staal made it 1-0 with his first goal in 29 games, dating to Jan. 26 against New Jersey outdoors at Yankee Stadium.

NOTES: The Rangers put the 21-year-old Miller into the lineup in place of agitator Daniel Carcillo. It was Miller's career postseason debut. ... The 39-year-old Gill replaced defenseman Nick Grossmann, who injured his right knee in Game 4. Gill played in only six regular-season games. ... Hagelin took three of the Rangers' five penalties.

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