The best rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" that you will hear in a while just happened in Canada.
Before tonight's Western Conference second round playoff game between the visiting Anaheim Ducks and hosting Edmonton Oilers, Canadian country artist Brett Kissel took the ice to sing the American national anthem.
After all, it is sports custom that when an American team and a Canadian franchise are playing one another, both national anthems are played beforehand.
But when Kissel stepped to the mic to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner," he discovered that his microphone was out.
From there, the home crowd took over, and delivered a stirring A cappella version.
Tell me that doesn't give you chills?
How awesome is it to see a crowd perform the anthem like that, in Canada no less?
Kudos to the Oilers fans for stepping up in a pinch.