Islanders national anthem singer details viral moment: 'Our country coming together as one'

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Prior to the New York Islanders' Game 6 victory over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night, Nicole Raviv, who regularly sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Nassau Coliseum, wanted to keep the momentum going for Islanders fans.
Prior to the New York Islanders' Game 6 victory over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night, Nicole Raviv, who regularly sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Nassau Coliseum, wanted to keep the momentum going for the Long Island crowd.

Islanders fans helped out Raviv before Game 4 after she experienced some technical difficulties with her microphone while singing the anthem. Even though there was no sound, Raviv told Fox News in an interview on Thursday afternoon, that she "continued to sing, giving honor and respect to the national anthem, and the fans jumped in as they usually do during playoffs -- but sang louder than ever to make up for what happened."

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As soon as her sound returned, the fans continued to cheer and kept singing.

"I felt so honored to be singing with a fanbase who is united, passionate, and who is there for each other. They had my back. It was truly wonderful," Raviv…
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