Toronto Maple Leafs right wing Joffrey Lupul (19) cross checks Detroit Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves during the first period of the Winter Classic outdoor NHL hockey game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich., Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014. Lupul received a two-minute penalty, and Eaves left the ice after hit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
News965 – Orlando
Canadian hockey fans sprang to the rescue of the United States' National Anthem Tuesday night when a technical glitch caused the microphone to cut out midway through the song.
Without missing a beat, Toronto Maple Leaf fans picked up "The Star Spangled Banner" right where the featured singer had left off, followed by cheers from the entire arena.
The fans went on to sing "O Canada" afterward.
The Nashville Predators beat the Toronto Maple Leafs last night, but it's safe to say the brotherly love remains strong.