Zach Wilson and his new New York Jets teammates continue to tour the New York City sports scene, making it to an Islanders playoff game.
Just a couple of weeks after Dan Feeney won the hearts of New York Jets fans with his beer-chugging heroics at a New York Islanders playoff game, Feeney and some of his Jets teammates are back at it for some more playoff hockey. Feeney, Zach Wilson, and others were seen at the Nassau Coliseum for Game 4 of the Islanders’ second-round playoff series against the Boston Bruins.
THE SQUAD IS BACK AT THE COLI
LET’S GO @NYIslanders!!! pic.twitter.com/KrCkU42EOW
— New York Jets (@nyjets) June 6, 2021
Alijah Vera-Tucker, Braxton Berrios, Michael Carter, James Morgan, Greg Van Roten, and Cameron Clark are among some of the other Jets in attendance.
Wilson and fellow first-round pick Vera-Tucker are seen here fitting in perfectly as bombastic Long Island hockey fans.
Zach Wilson starting to look like a hockey fan. #Isles #TakeFlight pic.twitter.com/Yqxbzq6ebj
— IslesBlog (@IslesBlog) June 5, 2021
Rookie running back Michael Carter seems to be loving his new home.
I 💙 NY pic.twitter.com/oDy84HfCLH
— Mike (@8kMike) June 6, 2021
The Islanders currently trail the Bruins two games to one. They are looking to build on their surprising run to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2020, which resulted in a six-game loss to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.
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Wilson is well on his way to completing the New York sports venue tour. The Utah native was also in attendance to see the New York Knicks’ season-ending Game 5 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday, enjoying a loud ovation from the Madison Square Garden crowd.
Star treatment for @nyjets rookie QB Zach Wilson at the Garden for Game 5 #Knicks pic.twitter.com/sSBmwwAJva
— John Chandler (@JohnChandlerNBC) June 3, 2021
Wilson and his teammates continue to be spotted spending time together on an extremely frequent basis. Jets fans can’t help but be thrilled with the culture their team is building and how smoothly their new franchise quarterback has transitioned into his leadership role in the nation’s largest media market.