Ottawa Senators To Hold Moment of Silence For Fallen Soldier, Asking Fans To Wear Red

In support of the military, and in response to the shooting death of Canadian soldier Nathan Cirillo, the Ottawa Senators are asking their fans attending Saturday night’s game to wear red, and to take part in a moment of silence before the puck drops.

The Senators’ president Cyril Leeder hopes that the sport of hockey can help the healing process by bringing everyone together. In cooperation with the Senators, the Leafs and Canadiens will also hold a special anthem presentation before their game.

For more on this story of sports and healing in the wake of tragedy in Canada’s capital, head on over to NESN.

CraveOnline extends its most sincere condolences and wishes a speedy recovery as well as thorough healing for those affected by Wednesday’s terror attack in Canada’s heartland.


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