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Loud & Proud

from Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun via the Ottawa Sun,
The Edmonton fans, who had already outdone themselves in creating a loud, proud environment during the three previous rounds, once again took over the singing of O Canada from Paul Lorieau at an unprecedented volume. But what blew everybody away this night was the great gusto the Canadian fans had in singing the U.S. national anthem. Has The Star Spangled Banner ever been sung that loud anywhere outside the U.S.? American writers were suggesting it was certainly the loudest their anthem had been sung on either side of the border this Stanley Cup season. Colour commentator Harry Neale said it had to set some sort of record. "I've never heard so many bad singers. And a lot of people didn't know all the words to The Star Spangled Banner,'' he noted. "But that was something.''
read on...While watching on NBC, the sound cut out during the U.S.A National Anthem for me...

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