Eight players ejected after line brawl at start of Rangers vs Devils game

Wednesday’s NHL game between the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils began with a violent brawl that saw eight players ejected. The fight broke out immediately after the puck dropped at Madison Square Garden, resulting in the ejection of all but two players.

The animosity between the two teams was not unexpected, as both head coaches, Peter Laviolette and Travis Green, had hinted at the competitive nature of division games during a practice the day before. The intense rivalry and history of bad blood between the two teams contributed to the explosive start to Wednesday’s matchup.

Among those ejected were Jacob Trouba, Matt Rempe, Kā€™Andre Miller, and Barclay Goodrow from the Rangers, as well as John Marino, Chris Tierney, Kurtis MacDermid, and Kevin Bahl from the Devils. In March, Rempe elbowed Jonas Siegenthaler

By Aiden Johnson

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