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New York Rangers Fans Are A Bunch Of Donkey Brained Bozos, Have Awaken The Beast In Andrei Vasilevskiy

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If I were a member of the New York Rangers organization, I would hate the shit out of my fans right now. I'd wish they'd all just stay in their studio apartments the rest of the series and stay the hell away from Madison Square Garden for the next few nights. Because holy shit what a bunch of idiots these people are. 

Talk about a bunch of buffoons who have no idea how to act in this stage of the game. Do these imbeciles forget who they are playing against? Do these dolts have no idea that the Stanley Cup Playoffs are best-of-7 game series? Because sure, Andrei Vasilevskiy didn't look like the greatest goaltender on the planet in games 1 and 2. He let in 9 goals on 62 shots against. His save percentage through the first two games was around an .854. 

Then Rangers fans decided to get cocky. DANGEROUSLY cocky. Hell, those idiots even put it on a shirt. 

Who the shit does that? Bozos, that's who. 

The Rangers had a 2-0 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. They were in the driver's seat and it was feeling like '94 again. All they had to do was just shut up and enjoy the ride. But they couldn't help themselves. Care to guess how the next two games went?

65 shots faced in games 3 and 4. Only 3 goals allowed for a sweat-free and casual save percentage of .953. 

Live look at the Lightning as they head back to MSG for a best-of-3 series. 

Now there's no way to truly know whether Andrei Vasilevskiy would have gotten his mojo back even if it weren't for the fans chanting "Igor's Better". But at the very least, you have to imagine it accelerated the process. Maybe the Rangers would have been able to steal a game in Tampa to take a stranglehold on the series before it came back to New York. But nope. They now need to win a best-of-3 series against the 2x defending champs. All while Vasilevskiy has his mojo back and Nikita Kucherov is playing like an assassin. 

Good luck with that.