NEW YORK - At each end of a hockey rink sits a net measuring four feet by six feet.
A crafted apparatus made of an iron frame surrounded by intertwined rope.
Penetrating that threshold by propelling a round black disk into that area is the goal of every hockey team.
As the Eastern Conference finals gets underway at Madison Square Garden between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the New York Rangers, those nets will be the focus of the main storyline of the series – the two rearguards minding the nets.
It’s Andrei Vasilevskiy at one end, Igor Shesterkin at the other.
Let the storyline develop.
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