Johnny Damon's grand slam. Aaron Bleeping Boone. David Tyree's helmet catch. These events are tattooed in the brains of hardcore Boston and New York sports fans. It doesn't take much to fire up residents of either city when it comes to sports, especially when the cities play each other. The towns' professional sports franchises have only met seven times in the postseason in the last 20 years. This Sunday, the Bruins and Rangers and Celtics and Knicks will be facing off at the same time.
With that, we catch you up on the recent sports history between these two proud cities.