NHL: NY RANGERS (1-1) at NY ISLANDERS (2-1) <h3>New faces but same rivalry as Islanders host Rangers</h3> Ny Rangers (1-1-0) at Ny Islanders (2-1-0) 7:00 pm EDT UNIONDALE, New York (Ticker) -- The New York Rangers and theNew York Islanders will renew one of the NHL's most intenserivalries on Wednesday. Both teams brought plenty of new faces into the adversarialbattle this offseason. The Rangers made a huge splash in free agency, signing centersChris Drury and Scott Gomez to big contracts. Drury inked afive-year, $35.25 million deal and Gomez signed for $51.5million over seven years. The 30-year-old Drury, who scored a career-high 37 goals withthe Buffalo Sabres last season, has tallied one goal - a gamewinner - and two assists in the Rangers' first two games. Atwo-time Stanley Cup champion, Gomez has been held pointlessthus far. The Islanders countered their Empire State rival by signing BillGuerin, who was named the team captain just four days afteragreeing on a two-year deal. Drafted fifth overall by New Jersey in 1989, Guerin made thefourth All-Star Game appearance of his career last season, whichhe split between St. Louis and San Jose. The 36-year-oldrecorded 28 goals and 19 assists in 61 games with the Bluesbefore being sent to the Sharks at the February 27 tradedeadline. Guerin has not scored a goal yet this season, but he has fiveassists. Another new addition, Mike Comrie, leads the club inscoring with four goals and two assists. The Islanders are coming off their first loss of the season, a2-1 defeat to the Washington Capitals on Monday afternoon. TheIslanders outshot the Capitals, 31-12, in the contest. The Rangers have had three days to reflect on Saturday's 2-0setback to the Ottawa Senators.