Need some proof that playoff hockey is here?
Simply feast your eyes on these absolute animals throwing down in the cheap seats of Game 2 between the Washington Capitals and Boston Bruins:
Game on, baby!
With Bruins fans invading D.C. you just knew it was only a matter of time until a donnybrook broke out in the nosebleeds.
Interestingly enough, Boston's TD Garden, home of the Bruins, announced today that it's opening its doors to 100% capacity beginning May 29th as the state of Massachusetts begins to lift COVID-19 restrictions.
Unfortunately for Bruins fans, the team will have to get past the Capitals before the building can open up 100%. If they manage to beat the Caps they'll face either the Pittsburgh Penguins or the New York Islanders in front of 17,850 rabid Bruins fans at TD Garden.
The state has steadily increased capacity limits at sporting events over the past six months, first from 12% to 25% and now to 100%