PHILADELPHIA -- The Flyers had six days to stew over owning the NHLs worst record, with just two points and one win through eight games. Scott McTominay Jersey . Coming off their longest layoff of the season, Philadelphia had to shake off a little rust early, but it might have been the Flyers fresh legs that allowed them to finally finish off the slumping New York Rangers in the third period. Braydon Coburn broke a tie early in the final frame, and Steve Mason made the lead stand up as the Flyers beat the Rangers 2-1 on Thursday night. Entering the game, the Flyers had been outscored 12-2 in the third. Still, they allowed 10 shots and needed Mason to be perfect to preserve the victory. "When you have a one-goal lead, thats what you have to be, right?" Mason said. "Its part of the position. The guys fought really hard. We were only rewarded with two goals, but this was a much better effort." Matt Read scored a short-handed goal and added an assist, and Mason made 30 saves for Philadelphia (2-7), which snapped a four-game losing streak. The Flyers are still off to their worst start through nine games. "This is a big win against a big rival of ours," Mason said. "Getting the two points here and hopefully being able to build off that is something we need to do and start getting ourselves out of this hole." In place of injured regular Henrik Lundqvist, New Yorks Cam Talbot was solid in his NHL debut and made 25 saves. One of his best stops came less than three minutes in on a point-blank shot in the middle from Sean Couturier. "That first save was big, just to kind of feel the puck," Talbot said. "Its a big confidence boost making the first save, obviously, and I shouldve made the rest after that." Despite the rookies strong effort, the Rangers (2-6) lost for the fifth time in six games. New York has one game left on its season-starting, nine-game road trip before its home opener on Monday. The Rangers, who got a goal from Brad Richards, thought they had gotten even at 2, but a video replay determined that J.T. Miller kicked the puck into the net. "I thought we stopped playing a little in the third, just with the puck, playing a little bit too cautious," Flyers coach Craig Berube said. "But we kind of picked it up again, and we were OK." On the winning goal, Philadelphias Wayne Simmonds obstructed Talbots view on Coburns slap shot. The defenceman beat Talbot stick-side at 3:33 of the third for his second goal of the season. "We want to try to put as many pucks as we can at the net, and we have guys like Wayne, who is great at screening the goalie and cause havoc in there," Coburn said. "As long as you can get the puck through, things can happen." Miller put a rebound past Mason just minutes later during a power play, but the goal was disallowed. "I knew right away that he kicked it," Mason said. Read gave the Flyers a 1-0 lead 10:53 into the game with Philadelphias first short-handed goal this season. Read raced ahead after New York turned over the puck at the Philadelphia blue line. He kept the puck instead of passing to Couturier and scored with a shot between Talbots pads for his first goal of the season. "I was lucky to get a lucky bounce there and get kind of a half breakaway," Read said. "You got to have a shoot-first mentality if you want to score more than two goals a game, and thats something our whole team has to work on." The Rangers tied it with 1:04 left in the first when Richards snapped a quick bad-angle shot from the left end of the goal line that deflected off Coburns leg and slipped past Mason. Chris Kreider and John Moore earned assists on Richards fifth goal. New Yorks Benoit Pouliot was given a major penalty for boarding Philadelphias Max Talbot face-first into the boards in front of the Rangers bench and was ejected from the game with three minutes left in the second period. Philadelphia couldnt capitalize on the lengthy power play that stretched into the third period. The Flyers went 0 for 4 overall on the power play, and are 3 for 37 this season. NOTES: Both teams entered with an NHL-low 11 goals. ... On Wednesday, Philadelphia loaned C Kris Newbury to AHL Adirondack to make room on the roster for Vincent Lecavalier, who returned from injury. ... The Rangers recalled G Jason Missiaen from AHL Hartford to serve as Talbots backup. Lundqvist is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury. ... The Flyers travel to face the New York Islanders on Saturday. ... The Rangers will play at Detroit on Saturday before hosting Montreal on Monday. Chris Smalling Jersey . 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Quarterback Ricky Ray, who led the defending Grey Cup-champion Toronto Argonauts atop the East Division, was named a first-time finalist for the honour. The six-foot, 217-pound Cornish ran for a CFL-high 1,813 yards, the most in a season by a Canadian. The 29-year-old native of New Westminster, B.C., also led the league in yards from scrimmage (2,157) and TDs (14) and helped Calgary (14-4) finish atop the West Division. Gabriel, 64, of Burlington, Ont., was the last Canadian to be named the CFLs top player, doing so in 1978 as a tight end with Ottawa. Former Rough Riders quarterback Russ Jackson, 77, of Hamilton, was a three-time winner (1963, 66, 69). "Im excited and elated about Jon Cornishs achievements through the course of this past year," Gabriel said Thursday in a telephone interview. "I think he has matured quite a bit in terms of challenging himself to have a better year all-round in comparison to last year. "Hes an astute gentleman off the field and certainly is very impressive. I just wanted to extend to him my sincerest wishes and I believe hes the most outstanding player this year." Ray, 34, enjoyed a record-setting second season with Toronto. The California native had a CFL-record 77.2 per cent completion average and just two interceptions in 303 pass attempts to become the first player to have an interception percentage under 1.0 (0.7). However, Ray only appeared in 11 regular-season games this year. He missed six starts due to injury and was a healthy scratch in Torontos regular-season finale. "Its awesome, Im glad Im in the running," Ray said. "As far as stats go, its been one of the best years Ive ever had. "Obviously I dealt with injuries and didnt get in as much as I wouldve wanted to . . . this just means our team had a good year finishing first with a lot of great players around me. Its the first time in my career Ive been nominated so Im definitely very pleased." Ray also praised Cornish for his outstanding campaign. "Hes so consistent," Ray said. "Every week it seems like hes going for 100 yards and he really puts his team in position to win. "The last few years hes been having great years and hes going to be a tough guy to go up against." Cornish was also nominated as top Canadian -- an award he won last year -- and was one of four Stampeders finalists. The others include defensive end Charleston Hughes (defensive player), centre Brett Jones (rookie) and kicker Rene Paredes (special-teams player). Brendon LaBatte of the Saskatchewan Roughriders was the West Divisions top lineman. The other East Division finalists are Montreal linebacker Chip Cox (defensive player), Winnipeg linebacker Henoc Muamba (Canadian), Toronto centre Jeff Keeping (lineman) and Hamilton Tiger-Cats C.J. Gable (rookie) and Marc Beswick (special-teams player). There were no unanimous selections but a record eight Canadians receivedd nominations. Paul Pogba Jersey. The CFLs awards banquet is Nov. 21 in Regina. The six-foot-one, 244-pound Hughes terrorized CFL quarterbacks, registering a league-high 18 sacks. The 29-year-old native of Saginaw, Mich., anchored a Calgary defence that led the league in sacks (63) and was second in fewest points allowed (22.9 points per game). Cox, 30, was a key performer in a Montreal defence that allowed a CFL-low 314.3 yards per game. The five-foot-nine, 185-pound linebacker led the league in tackles (club-record 115), and had a team-high 12 sacks and four interceptions. The six-foot, 230-pound Muamba, taken first overall in the 2011 CFL draft, was a bright spot for Winnipeg (3-15). The former St. Francis Xavier star finished second overall in tackles (106) and added 18 special-teams tackles, a sack and interception. Muamba, 24, was born in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) but grew up in Mississauga, Ont. He also was Winnipegs selection as outstanding player and top defensive player and is slated to become a free agent this off-season. Paredes was the CFLs scoring leader with 213 points and also converted 54-of-57 field goals (league-record 94.7 per cent). The Venezuela native, who grew up in Pierrefonds, Que., also made a league-record 39 straight field goals this year. The six-foot-one, 198-pound Beswick posted a league-leading 24 special-teams tackles and was an East Division all-star this year. The 30-year-old Vancouver native has led Hamilton in special-teams tackles the last four seasons. The six-foot-four, 323-pound LaBatte is a division finalist for the first time in his six-year CFL career. The 27-year-old native of Weyburn, Sask., anchored an offensive line that paved the way for Kory Sheets, the CFLs second-leading rusher with 1,598 yards, while allowing 57 sacks, third-fewest in league. "Its definitely something Im happy and grateful for," LaBatte said. "When someone appreciates enough what you do on the field to vote for you and put you up for those kind of award, thats something Im very grateful for and I respect that a lot." Its also the first career nomination for Keeping, 31, a six-foot-five, 291-pound native of Uxbridge, Ont. Torontos offensive line contributed to Rays record-breaking campaign and helped the Argos lead the CFL in passing (300.3 yards per game). "Its very exciting and Im very honoured," said Keeping. "Any award for an O-lineman is obviously a reflection on the guys I play with . . . Im so lucky to have a group of guys that work hard, are diligent about studying and Ricky and the receivers and being successful as an offence is obviously the reason." The six-foot-two, 319-pound Jones, a 13 second-round pick, was the only Calgary offensive lineman to dress for every game. 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