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The New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers squared off Tuesday night for the first time since the Devils eliminated them from the playoffs last season. The game started how the last one between the two teams ended - with Adam Henrique scoring. Thanks to Henrique, David Clarkson and Martin Brodeur the Devils went on to win their second consecutive game. Game Notes - I'll start with Martin Bro...
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