GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Not many players birdied the tricky final hole at the Wyndham Championship on Saturday. Nick Watney did to top leaderboard. Watney made a 20-foot birdie putt from the right edge of the green on the par-4 18th for a 5-undee 65 and a one-stroke lead. The five-time PGA Tour winner had a 14-under 196 total with only one bogey through three trips around Sedgefield Country Club. "Ive been trying to keep it pretty simple -- a lot of fairways and greens, and Ive been able to do that so far," Watney said. "Im super excited about going into tomorrow with the lead. ... Im looking forward to everything that comes with it, all the emotions and wanting to do well and whatnot. Learning how to handle that is a big thing, and Im looking forward to the challenge." Brad Fritsch, from Ottawa, was second after a 65. Freddie Jacobson and second-round co-leader Heath Slocum were 12 under. Jacobson shot a 66, and Slocum had a 68. Former Wyndham winners Brandt Snedeker and Webb Simpson joined second-round co-leader Scott Langley at 11 under in the final event of the PGA Tours regular season. Snedeker and Simpson shot 66, and Langley had a 69. Fritsch was the first to 13 under, but Watney joined him with a birdie on the par-5 15th -- his second of the week on that hole. Then came the sequence that gave him sole possession of the lead, and it came on the second-toughest hole of the day. Watney plopped his fairway shot from 180 yards onto the right edge of the green, then calmly rolled in his putt for just the fifth birdie of the day on 18. "Its a hard hole as it is, and they put the pin on that back right little knob," Watney said. "Its a bonus and Im very happy with it." That put him in great position for his second top-10 finish of the year and his first victory since he won The Barclays in 2012. Fritsch -- a Canadian who played college golf at Campbell and lives in the Raleigh suburb of Holly Springs -- said he asked the officials at the first tee to announce him as a North Carolinian. "Just so people would know (and) get a little focus off Webb and a little onto me," Fritsch said with a laugh. He made it to 13 under when he birdied the par-3 16th after placing his tee shot about 15 feet from the flagstick. Fritsch, who is playing his second full season on the PGA Tour, put himself in position to challenge for his first victory on tour and his third top-10 finish. Hes also got a shot at making the post-season after arriving at Sedgefield at No. 163. The top 125 qualify for The Barclays next week in New Jersey. He came to this tournament last year at No. 128 last year but missed the cut -- and the playoffs. "Cant tell you specifically what I found," Fritsch said. "Staying patient and not freaking out over a bogey, not freaking out over a missed fairway and not getting too aggressive -- I think just that, really." Andres Romero had the days best round, a 64, and Kevin Foley and David Toms each had holes-in-one. Foley aced the par-3 12th with a 5-iron a few minutes before Toms did it on the par-3 seventh. But so far, the story at Sedgefield has been its tight leaderboard. Thirteen players were within three strokes of the lead. "I assume that when I tee off, I probably wont be in the lead or tied for the lead," Watney said. "So its not like Im protecting anything tomorrow. Just more (of) the same." When the second-round co-leaders finally teed off midway through the afternoon, four other players had already joined them atop the field at 10 under. And by the time the Slocum-Langley pairing had finished its 10th hole, there were five players -- including those two -- sharing the lead at 12 under. 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Erik Gustafsson also scored and Claude Giroux had an empty-netter for the Flyers, who will try for a second win in New York this series. Simmonds, a 28-goal scorer who had one in the first five games, completed the hat trick with 4:41 left in the second. With a short turnaround, Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was yanked for Cam Talbot to open the third period. Lundqvist stopped 19 of 23 shots. He couldnt stop Simmonds. Simmonds camped out in the dirty area, in front of the crease, and pounded home three short goals that had Flyers fans going wild. On the brink of elimination, about the only thing that could slow down the Flyers were their fans -- the game was delayed for a lengthy cleanup after they littered the ice with hats. Someone even threw a shoe. Outplayed for most of the series, the Flyers were lucky to escape the first period with a 1-0 lead. 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Gustafsson, who did not play the first five games, came storming out of the penalty box in the second period, his stick hit the puck in a flash and he scored for a 3-0 lead. "It was a lot of fun when I saw the puck come down to me," he said. "I think it took a fortunate bounce. I almost thought Lundqvist was going to get it, but luckily the puck went in." Mason, who had never won a post-season game until this season, was hardly challenged in the last two periods as he chased the shutout. He snared Benoit Pouliots point-blank shot in the second period and made an out-of-nowhere kick save against John Moore in the third to keep the comfortable lead. The Rangers had scored four goals in three other games this series. New York is 13-2 in series it has led 3-2, but the Rangers have lost 12 straight games in which they had a series lead. NOTES: Flyers D Nicklas Grossmann underwent surgery to repair tendon damage in his right ankle suffered in Game 4. He could miss up to 10 weeks. ... 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