Found March 19, 2012 on Red Light District Hockey:
Three fights broke out simultaneously at the opening faceoff of tonight's game between the Rangers and Devils. Rangers forwards Mike Rupp, Stu Bickel and Brandon Prust dropped the gloves with fellow Devils forwards Cam Janssen, Eric Boulton and Ryan Carter, setting the tone for a crucial contest between two great rivals.
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