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Terror in Boston: Boston Marathon Explosions

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Red Sox, Bruins Games Postponed



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    BOSTON, MA - APRIL 17: Bruins fans sing the National Anthem during pre-game ceremonies in remembrance of the Boston Marathon bombing victims before a game between the Buffalo Sabres and the Boston Bruins at TD Garden on April 17, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

    Both the Boston Red Sox and the Bruins were scheduled to play games tonight in Boston, but those are postponed as the city is shut down amid a manhunt for the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.

    The manhunt comes just days after an emotional night at the TD Garden, where thousands of fans chimed in on the National Anthem before the Bruins vs. Sabers game.

    Emotional Display from Bruins Fans

    [HAR] Emotional Display from Bruins Fans
    Fans joined in during the National Anthem at last night's Bruins game and players from both teams gave a hockey stick salute.
    (Published Thursday, April 18, 2013)

    There was another powerful moment later as players from both teams gave the fans a salute with their hockey sticks.

    As a testament to the fans, the video on the scoreboard above center ice on that Wednesday night game said "We are Boston, We are Strong."

    It also comes days after the New York Yankees, and teams around the country, honored Boston by playing Neil Diamond's “Sweet Caroline,” a sort of Fenway Park anthem during Red Sox games.  

    Diamond responded to the Yankees by Tweeting words of thanks. 

    "Turn Yourself In": Boston Suspect's Uncle Urges

    [DC] "Turn Yourself In," Boston Suspect's Uncle Urges
    The uncle of two young men suspected of planting two bombs at the Boston Marathon urged his nephews to turn themselves in during an emotional interview outside his Maryland home.
    (Published Friday, April 19, 2013)