Makes you think, how the f**k did a cat get in?
Yup, they are 'cursed'
Now curses don't always last forever. The NY Rangers overcame their curse in 1994. And so did the Boston Red Sox in 2004.
"The Curse of 1940" was a superstitious explanation for why the New York Rangers (NHL) did not win the league's championship trophy, the Stanley Cup, from 1940 to 1994. 54 years. There were only 6 teams in the NHL from 1940-1968, and they still couldn't win.
During the 1940–41 season, the mortgage on the Rangers' home arena, the third Madison Square Garden (built in 1925), was paid off. Hence, the management of the Madison Square Garden Corporation symbolically burned the mortgage in the bowl of the Stanley Cup. This led some hockey fans to believe that the Cup, which is regarded almost as a sacred object, had been "desecrated," leading the "hockey gods" to place a curse on the Rangers.