{Boston Strong}

Being at a Bruins game on a "normal" night is quite an experience. Everyone is united. Everyone is there to support our Team. I get teary eyed on a "normal" night during the opening video and the national anthem. I can't imagine what a sense of pride and unity overflowed the TD Garden last night as the Bruins had there first home game since the devastating events at the Marathon. The following video shows what happened if you haven't already seen it, it's moving. Grab a tissue.

The following pictures show some of the pride that our City has.

Helmets of Zdeno Chara #33 of the Bruins and Christian Ehrhoff #10 of the Sabres are adorned with ribbon decals in honor of the Marathon tragedy.

Bruins fans show their support during the game against the Sabres.

Dennis Seidenberg #44 of the Bruins stands by the ribbon decal while watching the pre game video.

Images of the Boston Marathon Memorial Ribbon are projected on the ice during the pre game ceremony.

The Bruins and the Sabres raise their sticks after the conclusion of the game in salute to the fans.


{All photos via Boston Bruins}

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