The NHL's Nashville Predators might have creamed the Toronto Maple Leafs on the ice Tuesday night, but ahead of the game, there was a technical difficulty for the U.S. side. The microphone cut out while a woman was singing "The Star Spangled Banner."
Instead of taking a moment to fix the sound system, the fans in the Canadian arena barely missed a beat at filling in the rest of the U.S. national anthem.
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According to the Toronto Star, the fans sang "O Canada" afterward.
Last month, Pittsburgh fans chimed in on the Canadian national anthem after the fatal shooting near the country's parliament.
This story has been updated to correct that the Canadian national anthem is "O Canada," not "Oh Canada" as originally posted.