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Fans return to the stands just as the NHL needs it most

There was a hockey game played on Long Island on Wednesday night but you could hear the chants of “JAR-RY” all the way into midtown Manhattan. 

New York Islanders fans were absolutely relentless in their torture of Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry throughout three games at Nassau Coliseum in their first-round Stanley Cup Playoff matchup. And to make matters worse, or maybe more humorous depending on one's rooting interests, consider this visual: The visitor’s net was in front of the arena’s largest seating section. 

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NHL Boston Bruins Carolina Hurricanes Nashville Predators New York Islanders Pittsburgh Penguins Vegas Golden Knights NHL Tristan Jarry Brock Nelson Barry Trotz
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