Canadian Crowd Belts Out U.S. National Anthem When Mic Fails

Canadian Crowd Belts Out U.S. National Anthem When Mic Fails

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Singing the national anthem before a game is possibly the most patriotic part of any sports event – especially if it isn’t even your own national anthem.

Before Game 3 of the Edmonton Oilers and the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday night, Brett Kissel was readying to sing the U.S. national anthem when the mic gave out.

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While remaining totally unfazed, the singer simply took a step back from the obsolete equipment and started conducting all 18,000 hockey fans within the Rogers Place arena in a rousing rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner”.

Despite a large percentage of the audience being Canadian, the crowd knew every word.

Though the Ducks went on to win 6-3, it’s safe to say that the Edmonton succeeded in proving how nice Canadians really are.

(WATCH the video below)

 

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