Staal: The Fans Made for a Great Atmosphere

The Rangers were down two goals late in the first period and were in need of something to change the feeling at Yankee Stadium in their favor. That's when Marc Staal fired a wrist shot from the boards that beat Martin Brodeur to cut the Rangers' deficit to 3-2, and opened the flood gates for six unanswered goals in the team's 7-3 win over New Jersey.

After the contest, Staal spoke with John Giannone about his important goal, the comeback victory and the atmosphere at Yankee Stadium.

See what Staal had to say, then share your thoughts in the comments below.