Rangers fans remain hopeful Stanley Cup will be coming back to NY

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NEW YORK (PIX11) — There’s no shortage of energy outside Madison Square Garden Monday night.

The blue shirts are skating on home ice in their quest for the Stanley Cup. They may be down two games in the series- but they’re not out.

“I’m really really excited. I’m hoping they can win,” one fan said.

Fans arrived at The Garden pumped up for a win.

“We’re going to kill tonight, that’s one. The crowd in the garden is unbelievable. It’s insane,” another said.

And if you couldn’t score a ticket to actually go to the game, there’s still plenty of action at local bars like the Blarney Rock Pub. Eyes were glued to the screen as Rangers fought hard.

“Henrik Lundquist is going to stand on his head tonight to win this game. He’s going to play put of his mind. Who cares about Johnny Quick. He isn’t looking so quick tonight.”

“The cup is coming back to New York in 7 games. You heard it here. Were going to win the cup and have a parade downtown,” an excited fan said.

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