On one night, when the cheers of the fans reverberated in Madison Square Garden for the first time this season, every hit was echoed by applause, and every save was cheered by applause, the Rangers performed once. A performance worthy of 356 performances. Days of waiting.
The enthusiastic reaction behind the glass and the traditional “Potvin sucks!” In the blue seat aroused enthusiasm (see what I do there?), the Bears cruelly reminded us that when the Rangers were on Friday night When leading by 1-2 in front of 1,800 fans, the Rangers gave me their home ice advantage. .
When the garden comes alive, so do the wanderers.
“Sounds like 20,000 [fans], Not 2000,”
When the Rangers poured in 3 goals in the second period, the game opened. Their highest scoring performance this season marked the first time the Rangers beat Boston in three attempts this season.
The game of Rangers exudes irrefutable spirit, tenacity and perseverance. And every “Let’s go to the Rangers!” The joyous singing, the blue shirts are more and more willing to win. This was not the start of the season that the team and fans wanted or expected, but the Rangers welcomed their loyal supporters by slipping Boston out of the garden.
“I stood there during the national anthem, and I had a long time without the chicken skin and some energy,” said Ryan Strome (Ryan Strome), his second goal of the season was in the second stage. Early. 2-0 game. “For everyone, this is a challenging time in the world. I think for 2,000 people, spending a night and letting us perform well is a good thing for New York.”
When their captain, Patrice Bergeron (Patrice Bergeron) put the Bears on the plank after 2 1/2 minutes, the Bears remained competitive under Strome. But Boston’s Brad Marchand received his own warm welcome in the garden and was asked to maintain a high viscosity, while Colin Blackwell redirected Fox’s powerball shot. In order to let the Rangers lead 3-1 with a score of 18:52 in the fourth quarter. An advantageous tally game.
Chris Kreider’s faceless braces, with only one minute left in less than a second, played in one of the most commanding periods of the season for the Rangers Bowed.
Pavel Buchnevich and Jonny Brodzinski (Pavel Buchnevich) and Jonny Brodzinski (Jonny Brodzinski) have been skating as Rangers in the second game since they were recruited from the taxi team on Wednesday. Each score in the game to reach a deal.
“[The Bruins] Get that [in the second] With a 2-1 score, I thought they were coming. “We had some lucky breaks in the penalty shootout. We got a huge amount of power to play the goal, and Credes achieved that goal immediately. …I really like the game tonight.”
Julien Gauthier (Julien Gauthier) recorded his second NHL goal with a hard left wrist hit, making it 1-0 and igniting the 2020 3 at 13:03 in the first period. The first Rangers goal song since July 7.
Quinn said: “You know there will be fans in the building, but I don’t think any of us would expect the impact they will have.” “They are incredibly loud and enthusiastic. You will hear that there may be Many people thought: “That would be great, but it won’t have much impact. “They have had an impact tonight…. Of course we hope to have this place as usual one day.”
The Rangers seemed to improve their physical fitness within the first 20 minutes of the game, which defeated the noise and recognition, and defeated the Bruins 17-8.
The fans missed the opportunity to play, and the Rangers seemed to want to make up for the lost time.