The New York Rangers recorded their first win in captain Ryan Callahan's season debut, though it was Brad Richards making the biggest impact.
They'll both likely need to contribute on Tuesday night to capture a victory against the San Jose Sharks, whose offense looks impressive.
New York (1-1-0) continued its nine-game season-opening trip during Madison Square Garden's renovations with a 3-1 win at Los Angeles on Monday. Richards provided his first two goals of the season.
Richards had just 11 goals over 46 contests and one point in 10 postseason games last year. The also oft-maligned Rick Nash - who tallied one goal in 12 postseason contests - assisted on both of Richards' scores.
Callahan, who didn't record a shot on goal in 11:16 of ice time in his return from offseason shoulder surgery, left the game in the second period after cutting his mouth during a collision, but later returned.
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