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ESPN makes horrible network decision during Rangers - Hurricanes game


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Ryan Hall
May 8, 2024  (9:36)
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Last evening, ESPN made one of the worst decisions as a network when the New York Rangers and Hurricanes were in the final minute of the game. With the score tied 3-3 and the Rangers on a power play, the network chose to cut the feed and flip it to the opening warm up of the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche game.

It was a pivotal moment during the game which had both fan base is on the edge of their seat. This led to many people jumping onto social media to destroy ESPN for making the mistake.
Luckily for the network, nobody scored during the mini blackout which led the Rangers and the Hurricanes to play two overtime periods. The Rangers ended up pulling off the victory by winning 4-3 at 7:24 in double overtime.
The Rangers now hold a 2-O lead as the series now shifts to Raleigh NC. Both teams have had great success with their home crowds so it remains to be seen on whether the Hurricanes fan base can turn their team around they get back into the series.
As for the Rangers, the team needs to continue to do the great things which includes scoring on the power play and getting great goaltending from Igor Shesterkin.
Game three will be held on May 9th then game time will be 7:00 PM eastern.
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