Bostonians Defiantly Sing National Anthem at First Bruins Game after Bombing

Stephen Gutowski
By Stephen Gutowski | April 19, 2013 | 12:47 PM EDT

In a display of defiance and patriotism, everyone at the National Hockey League game at TD Garden in Boston Wednesday night sang the national anthem.

At the Boston Bruins game, the Boston Fire Department Honor Guard held the flag on the ice as all of the Bostonians in the massive stadium belted out "The Star Spangled Banner" a mere two days after the Boston Marathon was bombed. The resilience displayed by these Bostonians is incredibly inspiring.

It is clear that the attack on the Boston Marathon has not defeated Boston.

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