Found September 23, 2012 on Blue Seat Blogs:
Since it’s Sunday and we’ve just launched a new design, I think we should celebrate Brad Richards’ most important goal as a Ranger. By this, I mean the goal that tied Game 5 of the Washington series: After the jump, we have a video taken from inside the crowd. Wow does the Garden get loud. Tweet
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