That Twitter user, of course, wasn’t alone. As Twitchy reported, the crowd took over the singing of the national anthem at a Boston Bruins game last week. It is becoming a goosebump-inducing and proud tradition.
— Kathleen (@sanzikat) April 21, 2013
— Cameron Gallucci (@CameronGallucci) April 20, 2013
Red Sox PA referred to fans singing the National Anthem as a "New Boston tradition, born just three days ago at the Garden."
— Jashvina Shah (@icehockeystick) April 20, 2013
Fenway Park Joins in for National Anthem Before Red Sox’ First Home Game Since Boston Marathon (Video) http://t.co/aZ1RsoxnJ2
— NESN (@NESN) April 20, 2013
Anyone else gets goosebumps listening to the Red Sox fans singing singing the national anthem? #bostonstrong
— Kyle Glode (@KyleGlode) April 21, 2013
Yes, sir. Twitter users are buzzing over the incredibly moving scene.
— Mike Lisavich (@mikelisavich) April 20, 2013
— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) April 20, 2013
Gives me the chills just to see the crowd singing the National Anthem today at the Red Sox game in Fenway.
— Isaac Namikaze (@iiisaacwzrd) April 21, 2013
— Anthony Meo (@asmeo13) April 20, 2013
— Christopher Lee (@ChrisLeePhD) April 20, 2013
— Mike Ezekiel (@UNAMagic_Mike4) April 21, 2013
Touching ceremony before Boston Red Sox game today. The whole city sang the national anthem.
— Jason M. Manola (@JasonMManola) April 21, 2013
Everyone singing the national anthem at the Boston Red Sox game was cool. #NationalPride
— T-Bow (@kevintrobaugh) April 21, 2013
— Tyler Hissey (@TylerHissey) April 20, 2013
If you don't feel proud of being an American after seeing the National Anthem from the Red Sox game idk what will
— Jack Viale (@jacktv64) April 21, 2013
— Bobby Copeland (@bobby_copeland) April 21, 2013
Watching the Red Sox fans sing the national anthem literally gives me chills. #BostonStrong
— Jacob A. Gilstorff (@JayGil_27) April 21, 2013
Boston Strong, indeed. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Boston. God Bless America.