WATCH: Proud, Raucous, Wonderful New York Islanders Fans Sing The National Anthem

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WATCH: Raucous New York Islanders Fans Sing The National Anthem

By Daily Wire, June 10, 2021

Many find the lack of American spirit in today’s society depressing. You have New York Times editorial board members being “disturbed” by the number of American flags they saw flying on a recent trip, and athletes kneeling during the National Anthem in protest.

It’s good for us to be reminded that there is still quite a bit of patriotism for our wonderful country. The fans of the New York Islanders gave us a reminder Wednesday night as to why we live in the greatest country in the world.

Nicole Raviv sang the National Anthem before New York’s 6-2 series-clinching victory over the Boston Bruins. As she started to sing the anthem, the Islanders crowd can noticeably be heard singing along. Raviv — ever aware of the moment — let the American patriots take it from there.

This will give you chills:

“My heart is full,” Raviv wrote on Twitter. “The coliseum will forever have the best backup singers in the #NHL.”

Before game four of the series, Raviv had technical difficulties — but the crowd didn’t skip a beat.

“#isles fans are heroes,” Raviv said. “This is more anthem footage from the most memorable performance. Gonna miss this barn…”

Nassau Coliseum — the home of the Islanders since 1972 — is in its final days as New York will move into their new arena next season.

“We recognize this is a special moment for this building and guys understood the magnitude of this game, the importance of this game,” Islanders head coach Barry Trotz said. “ You don’t have to say too many things, you just have to give them little reminders here and there. But they’re really a solid veteran group. And this was a moment for them. And our crowd — what a great atmosphere. I was saying just before I came on here, it was deafening. I couldn’t hear anything out there. I had some white noise for a while there. What an atmosphere.”

Like most sports teams, the Islanders went most of the season without fans in the stands. It was less than two months ago when the Coliseum opened up for 10% capacity, but the Islanders are now allowed to pack the arena, with 13,917 in attendance for game six.

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