The Maple Leafs and Sens will have to make up their game from last night later in the season after the league cancelled the affair due to the terror attack in Ottawa which left the Leafs players in lockdown in their hotel for several hours.
Although no Canadian teams took to the ice last night, O’ Canada was still sung loud and proud.
Before Pittsburg hosted the Flyers, there was a rousing rendition of O’Canada and the rink was lit-up in red and white with maple leafs projected on the ice in honour of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo who was killed in the Ottawa terror attack.
See footage from the game below:
The Toronto Raptors also held a moment of silence before the start of their game to honor Cpl. Nathan Cirillo.