To say there's something a little bit different — more amplified, perhaps — when playoff hockey rolls around really doesn't do it justice. There's a type of perpetual tension which lasts a full three periods with every single person in the building knowing that, unlike the regular season, the sun won't necessarily come out tomorrow.
Last night's Game 3 tilt between the Sens and Habs was no different and it was apparent from when people began arriving at Scotiabank Place at 4 p.m., to party in the Red Zone.
It was rather festive prior to puck drop and Sens TV was there to capture all of the excitement.
With everyone riled up from the commiseration outside, Lyndon Slewidge brought the house down with a playoff calibre edition of O Canada. He has stepped up his game for the playoffs. The crowd was frenzied and goosebumps were commonplace.
After the game, Sens TV popped into the tunnel and saw the Sens reaction to the win firsthand, punctuated by the crowd and team reaction to the coming-out party for Jean-Gabriel Pageau.
You can see that here.
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