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Rangerstown Hockey House opens for fans

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Dancing Larry, usually found near section 223 dancing to 'Strike It Up,' strikes a pose inside Rangerstown Hockey House. Dancing Larry, usually found near section 223 dancing to 'Strike It Up,' strikes a pose inside Rangerstown Hockey House.
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - The NY Rangers are home against the LA Kings Monday night for game three of the Stanley Cup Final.

But the fun begins hours before the match-up.

The Rangerstown Hockey House, complete with a new, second level, opens to the public on Monday at 2 p.m.

The absolutely free fan experience even comes with actual former NHL stars, including Adam Graves, who will be on hand to sign autographs and take pictures.

From bubble hockey to video games, fans can get a close-up of Rangers' uniforms.

The Kings lead the Rangers 2-0. Former player and Stanley Cup winner Adam Graves, who scored 52 goals in 1994, is ready for the big game.

“It’s going to be electric. The coach basically said it, it’s the biggest game in the building in 20 years. People have been hungry for this. This team really deserves it. They’ve had to withstand so much adversity which has less to do about the game and things that are more important in life, said Graves.

Rangerstown Hockey House is located in front of Madison Square Garden on 7th Ave. and 33rd St.

For more information, visit Rangers.NHL.com

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