Washington Capitals Pay Touching Tribute To Victims Of The Paris Attacks
Over 150 innocent people lost their lives during the barbaric attacks in Paris on Friday night. The United States has been forced to deal with inconceivable acts of terrorism in the past, so we can completely empathize with the unfortunate French people who are grieving tonight.
During the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the The Washington Capitals paid tribute to the victims of the savage onslaught by shining the colors of the French flag, blue, white and red before their game against the Calgary Flames.
— Washington Capitals (@washcaps) November 14, 2015
The Detroit Red Wings held a moment of silence before their game against the San Jose Sharks at Joe Louis Arena to honor the Paris victims.
There was also a moment of silence at the Monumental stadium in Buenos Aires before the start of a World Cup qualifying match between Argentina and Brazil.