Wednesday night in Hershey, the fans in attendance of the AHL matchup between the Hershey Bears and Springfield Thunderbirds were treated to an adorable rendition of the national anthem.
Four-year-old Landon Mak from York, Pennsylvania, sang the anthem in front of a packed Giant Center.
Landon, dressed smartly in suspenders, bow tie, and light-up sneakers, sang his little heart out.
Also adorable, aside from little Landon belting out the anthem with gusto, was the reaction of the Hershey players. Check out Aaron Ness giggling with Nathan Walker on the bench.
The Bears went on to win 5-3, climbing out of an early 0-2 hole. The comeback included a goal from Devante Smith-Pelly, who is on a four-game point streak.
Headline photo: Hershey Bears
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