Watch: NHL tributes to victims of Paris terror attacks

Watch as arenas around the NHL hold a moment of silence after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

NHL teams honoured the victims of Friday’s terror attacks in Paris in a series of tributes and pre-game moments of silence Saturday.

The Montreal Canadiens played La Marseillaise, France’s national anthem, and displayed the country’s flag on the ice.

In Toronto, prior to the Maple Leafs-Canucks game, O Canada was performed all in French.

Earlier in the day, the Ottawa Senators held a moment of silence and fans sang the French national anthem before a 2-1 loss to the New York Rangers.

Several French players also paid homage in their own way. French-born forwards Pierre-Edouard Bellemare of the Philadelphia Flyers and Antoine Roussel of the Dallas Stars each wore special France decals on their helmets in honour of their home country.

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