One night after terror attacks in Paris claimed the lives of over 120 people and injured over 300 more, NHL teams and players honored the victims and survivors with pregame ceremonies and symbolism on Saturday night.
Two of the most stirring tributes occurred in Montreal and Boston.
The Montreal Canadiens held a moment of silence before their game against the Colorado Avalanche, and then played "La Marseillaise,” the French national anthem, while the French flag was projected waving on the ice.
Fans held up their cell phone flashlights in the darkened arena, creating a star field.
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