Let There Be Light

Tom Gulitti has the good news:

**UPDATED: The lights were finally fixed at 11:35 p.m. After all of the lights finally came on, they were shut off and turned back on to see if they worked again, which they did. That means that there should be no problem for Seton Hall's 6 p.m. home game against Cincinnati on Saturday. PSE&G and Prudentual Center electricians worked together to fix the problem.

Just wanted to put this up there so everyone would know things are okay for the Seton Hall game tomorrow, and also that there won't be any long term problems that'd need to be fixed during the 5-game Devil road trip.

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