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Fans moment of silence and sing O’ Canada at Winnipeg Jets game

Fans at MTS Centre pay their respect to the two soldiers killed this past week.

With the events that transpired this week some fans in the crowd are wearing red to show their support for Canada and specifically for those impacted by the tragedy in Ottawa.

Fans at MTS wearing red

Prior to the singing of the Canadian national anthem there was a moment of silence for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent who were killed this week.  Then Stacey Natrass who usually sings the anthem allowed the crowd to sing it instead.

The Jets and Moose are both scheduled to practice on Wednesday.

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