The First Niagara Center had the electricity in the air of a Buffalo Sabres' playoff game, but the main attraction was Republican front-runner Presidential Candidate Donald Trump.

The Donald Trump rally drew a crowd of 11,425 to see him speak, according to the Buffalo News.

The short video below caps some of the evening's highlights, including Carl Paladino telling the crowd to turn to the media and show "how angry we are" (a tense moment for us with a press pass) as well as Buffalo Bills' coach Rex Ryan introducing Trump, a brief protest and Donald's classic "Get em out of here," and finally addressing the crowd and how the candidate loves New York and New York values.