Sully spoke about the treatment he and Force have received on their first trip to the Garden and the environment that suddenly turned hostile after a vicious hit on the Bruins Nathan Horton from Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome.
"We were getting a little worried, more so worried for [Nathan] Horton's safety than ours," Sully said after the first period. "I didn't really get a good look at the hit but that's horrible when that sort of thing happens. People were getting a little worried around us, we thought we were getting a beer shower."
Sully said the reaction from Bruins fans in general was a mixed bag.
"They were pretty cool when we got here, after that hit [on Horton], it got really cold in here," Sully said regarding the change in the Garden atmosphere after Horton was removed from the ice on a stretcher. "It's been decent so far, a mixed bag so far, 50-50."