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The 1992-93 New York Rangers. What happened?

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Another factor:

The Patrick division that year was quite competitive. No pushovers, unlike the 3 other divisions.

Penguins were an absolute machine.

Capitals were good.

Devils were starting to emerge.

Islanders had enough talent to get to round 3, including a historic upset in round 2.

Flyers were starting to put the pieces together in Lindros' 1st year, especially late in the year.

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