The New York Rangers look to get a win at home after dropping the first two games to the Capitals in Washington.
Though down 2-0, fans rallied outside Madison Square Garden before the game and seemed optimistic that their team would climb back into the series.
The Rangers have scored only one goal in the series so far, including a heartbreaking 1-0 overtime loss in Game 2.
"Got to get the power play going. Got to score a goal somehow. Grind, grit -- some way or another we got to get the puck in the net," one fan said.
"[Goalie Henrik] Lundqvist is going to have a great game tonight," another fan said. "[Forward Ryan Callahan] was going, fans going. I feel it tonight."
"Coming back from a deficit there's always a chance that anything can happen," one man said.
The game starts tonight at 7:30 p.m.