The start of the Rangers-Devils game is marked by a fiery brawl erupting in the opening moments, unleashing chaos right from the beginning.

At the outset of the New York Rangers versus New Jersey Devils game, a skirmish erupted involving eight players shortly after the puck was dropped, resulting in their ejection. The chaotic scene unfolded at center ice in Madison Square Garden, as a brawl broke out among the skaters. K’Andre Miller faced off against John Marino, Jimmy Vesey clashed with Curtis Lazar, Barclay Goodrow squared off against Kevin Bahl, and Rangers captain Jacob Trouba went toe-to-toe with Chris Tierney.

The moment the game commenced, players abandoned their focus on gameplay and instead engaged in physical altercations. The evident animosity between the teams led to an eagerly awaited opportunity for confrontation. Consequently, Matt Rempe, Jacob Trouba, K’Andre Miller, and Barclay Goodrow were ejected from the Rangers, while Chris Tierney, John Marino, Kurtis MacDermid, and Kevin Bahl received misconduct penalties for the Devils.

The players were intent on settling their personal disputes on the ice, prioritizing their conflicts over the sport they were meant to be competing in

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