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Rangers greats visit FDNY before the Rangers-Canadiens ECF Game 3 tonight

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: May 22nd, 2014 at 3:42 pm EST

Many people consider firefighters heroes.

While the firefighters do not look at their selves as heroes, they have been put on a special platform after the 9/11 tragedy. In total, 343 firefighters lost their lives after worst terrorist attack in our history. Today, a few New York Rangers ambassadors visited New York’s finest.

New York Rangers

New York Rangers

The visit comes on the heels of the Rangers third game of the Eastern Conference Finals with the Montreal Canadiens. The Rangers have won the past two games of the series, and this will be their first home game.

First, the Rangers greats helped raise a “Welcome to RANGERSTOWN” flag below the United States flag. This took place at Engine 40/Ladder 35 located at the corner of 66th street and Amsterdam Ave in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

The caption said, “Hanging high above the #FDNY! #E54 #L4 #B9 #NYRPlayoffs #RANGERSTOWN”


In the following two pictures, the Rangers greats took pictures with the firefighters. The first picture shows the firefighters holding another “Welcome to RANGERSTOWN” flag.


Finally, the greats put on the firefighters jacket and helmets before making a picture.



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