If you heard the crowd take over the singing the National Anthem before the Boston Bruins hockey game last night (April 17th), surely you got goosebumps. This was the first time since the Boston Marathon tragedy that the Boston Bruins have played. They took on the Buffalo Sabres, who took home the victory, but the city of Boston was the real winner.

Now Rene Rancourt has been singing the National Anthem at Boston Bruins hockey games for the last 37 years but on this occasion, he took the role of conductor and gladly lead the crowd to a stellar performance. Watch this, it's incredible.

Before the game began a moment of silence was held along with a wonderful tribute to the first responders and to the city of Boston. This was put to music by Phillip Phillips and his hit song 'Home."