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The Greatest Start to a Rangers/Devils Game You’ll Ever See! [VIDEO]

Although the following clip is from the New York Rangers/New Jersey Devils game from last night (3/19), any hockey fan can appreciate some good ‘ole time hockey’ like this.The Rangers and Devils have such a heated rivalry, that it took all of 4 seconds for not one, not two but THREE fights to break out at the same time. A total of six players involved, Stu Bickel, Brandon Prust and Mike Rupp from the Rangers and Ryan Carter, Cam Janssen and Eric Boulton of the Devils. What makes it even better is the announcer, Mike Emrick saying “we have a lot of  cameras and we’re gonna need them,” as the fights break out. Watch the video and see for yourself:

What’s the most classic beginning to a game you’ve ever witnessed? Leave a comment below!

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