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November 3rd, 1993: Madison Square Garden, NY:  The Rangers took the ice at the Garden looking to extend their four game unbeaten streak (3-0-1) as they took on the Vancouver Canucks in their only trip to New York, in the regular season.  The Rangers newest acquisition Steve Larmer, who had not played a game this season due […]
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