The New York Rangers management had a simple request for its 2001 season opener: Do something that no one has ever seen. “The Rangers have market research showing that people expect a big spectacle at games, especially openers,” says lighting director Patrick Dierson. After September 11, Rangers management wanted the October 7 home opener to pay tribute to the New York City Police and Fire Departments and Ground Zero recovery workers. With this in mind, Dierson found the Catalyst, an ...
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