Toronto hockey fans finish U.S. national anthem after singer’s mic cuts off [VIDEO]

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Yeah, Canadians really are the nicest. Even when something they're wholeheartedly devoted to, like hockey, is involved.

Singer Michelle Madeira was in the middle of belting out the U.S. national anthem at the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Nashville Predators game, which took place at Toronto's Air Canada Centre earlier this week, when her mic malfunctioned, cut off and couldn't be turned back on.

Rather than letting her stand on the ice awkwardly, engulfed in embarrassment (can you imagine what that moment must have felt like for her?!), Maple Leafs fans stepped up, big-time, and spontaneously all began singing to help finish 'The Star-Spangled Banner' in style. The crowd then erupted in massive cheers and applause - it was a job really well done!

They sounded so good, in fact, that they decided to keep going and flawlessly delivered 'O Canada' right afterwards without anyone there to guide or lead them.

Sometimes things just work out better than anyone could have ever planned or expected.

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