Less than 24 hours after the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings was captured, the city has returned to normal as the Boston citizens begin the healing process and search for some sense of normalcy. That starts this afternoon with a game between the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins.
Not only is it a great experience for the fans because of the level of talent both of these teams bring to the ice, but they got to witness some incredible tributes.
Both teams had tributes to the Boston community in their own way, while the showing of support spread through the entire arena.
Here’s an image of the baseball caps, via the Bruins Instagram account:
The Penguins also got in to the mix by rocking a patch on their jerseys to show support of the city of Boston.
Penguins Jersey w/Boston 617 Patch. twitter.com/RealDanaHeinze…
— Dana Heinze (@RealDanaHeinze) April 20, 2013
Here is an image of the patch that the Penguins players are wearing on their jerseys:
As you can see, everyone continues to come together to show their support over the Boston community. It’s great to see that the greater good always prevails during times of tragedy.