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Rangers fans head to Boston to see their team shut out the Bruins, 1-0

March 28, 2011

This past weekend I headed back to my hometown of Boston for the first time in 7 years along with a group of Rangers fans to catch New York’s game against the Boston Bruins in a suite at TD Garden. Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who’s on quite a tear heading into the final couple weeks of the regular season, earned his league-high and career-high 11th shutout of the season, with rookie Derek Stepan scoring the only goal, his 20th of the season. Here are a few of my favorite photos from the trip, and for more, check out the Rangers’ Facebook page! Photos by Avi Gerver, ©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

A father and son head to a Boston-bound train in New York’s Penn Station:

A father and son head to the Boston-bound train in New York's Penn Station

Ron Greschner (left), who played for the Rangers from 1974-1990, chats with fans aboard the train:

Ron Greschner (left), who played for the Rangers from 1974-1990, chats with fans

Adam Graves, who helped his Rangers team win the Stanley Cup in 1994, signs a jersey outside the hotel in Boston:

Adam Graves, who helped his Rangers team win the Stanley Cup in 1994, signs a jersey outside the hotel in Boston

The group outside TD Garden before the game:

The group outside TD Garden before the game

Picture-perfect view from the suite:

Picture-perfect view from the suite

New York’s Sean Avery fights Boston’s Gregory Campbell, as seen from the suite:

New York's Sean Avery fights Boston's Gregory Campbell

A couple of fans:

A couple of fans

The suite erupts when Derek Stepan scores his goal:

The suite erupts when Derek Stepan scores his goal

Rangers fans are all smiles as they leave TD Garden:

Rangers fans are all smiles as they leave TD Garden

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