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NBA, NHL pay tribute to victims of Brussels terror attacks

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS STAFF

Tuesday, March 22, 2016, 9:32 PM

The sports world continued as scheduled on Tuesday night while most of the world remained shaken by the terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium–which killed at least 34 and left 180 wounded.

Teams across the NBA and NHL took time before the game to pay tribute to the victims prior to the start of their games.

From Montreal to Oklahoma City, teams held moments of silence and displayed the Belgian flag.

The Chicago Blackhawks light the ice up in Belgian colors.Bill Smith/NHLI via Getty Images

“#JeSuisBruxelles” [email protected]

“A moment of silence for Brussels,” – @barclayscenter.

[email protected] holding a moment of silence & playing the Belgium National Anthem. Our thoughts are with you, #Brussels,” [email protected]

“As our world faces terror, we’re glad the @okcthunder has prayers before each game. And we’re glad @jdesteiguer led that prayer tonight.” -ok—christian.

“Our hearts are with you, #Brussels,” [email protected]


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