Jakub Voracek had a talk with Brayden Schenn before the game. “We talk a lot before the game,” Voracek said. “We get the chemistry going. We know when our players are in the offensive zone, it’s a big advantage. “With Brayden and [Tye] McGinn, they’re both big bodies. A couple goals went in today.” He set up both Schenn and McGinn in Tuesday’s win (see game recap). Voracek had two assists. He now has two goals and five assists for seven points in his last six games. Bryzgalov solid Fans poked fun of him again, chanting his name. But Ilya Bryzgalov was huge with 24 saves in the win. “Everybody played hard tonight and we won,” he said. “If you want to have success in this league, besides your home games, you need to win on the road, too. New lines With Sean Couturier back home recovering from the flu and Harry Zolnierczyk getting called up from the Phantoms, coach Peter Laviolette changed up all four lines. Danny Briere got bounced off Claude Giroux’s line with Wayne Simmonds and was replaced by Matt Read. Briere centered Ruslan Fedotenko and Mike Knuble. McGinn replaced Read on Schenn’s line with Voracek.