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New York Rangers kick off preseason with 4-3 overtime win over New Jersey Devils

September 24, 2010

With the New York Rangers back at Madison Square Garden, summer is officially over. They showcased some of their newest talent in their preseason opener, a 4-3 overtime win over the Devils. In particular, recently acquired forward Alexander Frolov contributed with a goal and two assists and veteran backup goalie Martin Biron was solid, outplaying the Devils’ veteran star goalie Martin Brodeur over two periods. Photos ©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

New York’s Alexander Frolov battles for the puck with New Jersey’s Rod Pelley:

New York's Alexander Frolov battles for the puck with New Jersey's Rod Pelley

Rangers rookie Ryan McDonagh skates with teammate Michal Rozsival:

Rangers rookie Ryan McDonagh skates with teammate Michal Rozsival

The Rangers’ Brian Boyle fights with the Devils’ Adam Mair:

The Rangers' Brian Boyle fights with the Devils' Adam Mair

New York’s Brandon Prust and New Jersey’s Anton Volchenkov:

New York's Brandon Prust and New Jersey's Anton Volchenkov

Brandon Prust dodges a punch from the Devils’ Brad Mills:

Brandon Prust dodges a punch from the Devils' Brad Mills

New York’s Alexander Frolov scores a spectacular goal on New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur:

New York's Alexander Frolov scores a spectacular goal on New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur

Frolov celebrates his goal with teammate Marian Gaborik:

Frolov celebrates his goal with teammate Marian Gaborik

New York’s Ruslan Fedotenko is tripped up by New Jersey’s Mattias Tedenby:

New York's Ruslan Fedotenko is tripped up by New Jersey's Mattias Tedenby

Rangers goalie Martin Biron, who will serve as backup to Henrik Lundqvist this season:

Rangers goalie Martin Biron, who will backup Henrik Lundqvist this season

Devils goalie Martin Brodeur clears the puck past the Rangers’ Brandon Prust:

Devils goalie Martin Brodeur clears the puck past the Rangers' Brandon Prust

The Devils’ Zach Parise:

The Devils' Zach Parise

New York’s two big men Derek Boogaard (6′ 8″, 257 lbs.) and Brian Boyle (6′ 7″, 244 lbs.) celebrate Boyle’s goal:

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