Rangers Fans Sing "Sweet Caroline"

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Any rivalry between Boston and New York fans has been set aside for the time being following the events of the Boston Marathon tragedy last week. In a show of support during a stoppage Sunday afternoon, the Rangers and Madison Square Garden played "Sweet Caroline," by Neil Diamond, a song synonymous with Bostonians. NBC captured the moment, including a moving image of a woman in a Bruins jersey holding an American flag who wiped away a tear when the song began.

Watch the MSG crowd sing "Sweet Caroline," then share your support for all of those touched by the tragedy in Boston in the comments below.