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04-18-2011, 06:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Media Savvy Lee View Post
Not a big deal at all. He's being candid.

And the Cap Centre used to sell out a lot in the 80s and 90s. It was also loud.

Caps fans are kinda like Mets fans. They are extremely passionate, rabid and knowledgeable, but a lot of the sensible ones were turned off by a few years of poor management decisions and bad seasons. The minute they start winning again, the seats are instantly filled.

Normally I'd be upset, but the Rangers have played just as well as the Caps and in no way look like an 8 seed playing the EC's top dog, loaded with superstars and several deadline acquisitions.

And MSG is notorious for getting quiet when the Rangers look like theyre about to let one slip away. Rangers fans are so used to bad luck, that we sit back a little.

That being said, the Garden is always rocking in the postseason. Never once did I think the arena was quiet. Plus, MSG doesnt use fake crowd noise like in Boston, New Jersey and yes, Washington.
What is this few years of poor management you speak of

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