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After the New York Knicks 85-78 victory over the Boston Celtics in game one of the playoffs Saturday afternoon, the New York Rangers looked to keep the magic going at Madison Square Garden as they took on their cross town rival New Jersey Devils.  A win for the Rangers would serve double duty; increase their playoff [...]
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