Stanley Cup Final: TD Garden is very, very loud

Jared Wickerham

Bruins fans are amped up through one period of play in Game 6.

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins dominated the first period of Game 6, putting 32 shot attempts on net in 20 minutes of play. Conversely, the Bruins allowed just eight shot attempts on goal from the Chicago Blackhawks.

That is what you would expect from a team with their backs against the wall in a must-win game, and the below video is what you'd expect from fans of that team watching the first-period performance.

From our perch on the ninth floor of TD Garden:

That particular stretch of play was just a shift or two after the Bruins took a 1-0 lead on Chris Kelly's goal, and as you can see, Tuukka Rask had to make a big save to keep Chicago off the board. He hasn't been nearly as busy as Corey Crawford, but the B's goalie has come up big when he's needed to make saves.

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