America is at it's strongest when things are at their worst, and that was proven last at the Boston Bruins hockey game as the singing of the National Anthem started.

The Bruins were planning on a pre-game 'Boston Strong' ceremony to honor the people affected by the Boston Marathon Bombing.  The atmosphere was soaked with emotion as the video tribute played on the big screen.

The most amazing, and unexpected thing happened though when the National Anthem singer started to sing.  He realized that the crowd was singing unusually loud along with him.  He motioned to the crowd to sing even louder, and put his mic down so they could be heard.  The sold out crowd finished the anthem, and "USA" chants started to fill the stadium.  It's one of those, "Chills down the back of your neck" moments.