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December 06, What better way to bring people together for the big game than with a playlist featuring the best hockey songs? Blast it in the car on the way to the game or at home with some friends to help cheer on your favourite team. Hockey fan? Check out our newest player videos. All Rights Reserved. Sonnet blog posts are intended to provide general information only. The specific terms of your policy will always apply. External links are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only. They do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Sonnet of any of the products, services or opinions of the corporation, organization or individual.
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Whether for tradition, for fun during a TV timeout, or to serve as an energizer to the players on the ice and fans in the stands, music is a huge contributor to the atmosphere at a hockey game. This is a list of the top 10 songs that always serve their purpose of pumping up the crowd when played during a hockey game. The Star Spangled Banner- If you have ever attended a game at the Mellon Arena, you know that the "Let's Go Pens" cheer that is bellowed out in between "Land of the Free" and "Home of the Brave" is the perfect anecdote for anyone who is not yet ready for the game. The fact that they get to hear Lyndon Slewidge sing "Oh, Canada" on a game-by-game basis should make all American fans feel a little deprived. The anthem of the country from which hockey was born always pumps up the crowd before a big game. This is one of those songs that you could hear while walking into an 8AM Biology class that just might make you drop your books and start jumping up and down.
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