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NHL Monday: Rangers spoil Kings' home opener

Aided by a 200-foot goal allowed by goaltender Jonathan Quick, the Rangers picked up a 3-1 victory in L.A. on Monday. Earlier Edmonton beat the Devils, 5-4, after the shootout.

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Devils fall apart, Richards carries Rangers

Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils managed to turn victory into defeat and allow a three-goal third period lead to slip away against the Edmonton Oilers.

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Jonathan Quick Fail

This is not a play that will be going on Jonathan Quick's career highlight reel.

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Callahan takes stick to face in return

Ryan Callahan had to leave Monday's game after taking a stick to the face in the second period.

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Brad Richards can still score a little bit

Brad Richards looks like a new player in 2013, and he scored his first goal of the season on Monday against the Los Angeles Kings.

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Jaromir Jagr is on the board

Jaromir Jagr scored his first goal for the Devils on Monday night against the Edmonton Oilers.

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Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Ryan Callahan return

A daily feature which asks the five biggest questions about today's NHL action. Will they be answered? (That doesn't count as one of the five questions.)

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