'THAT'S HOW IT'S DONE!' US Junior Hockey BELTS the National Anthem Following Gold Medal Victory

Brittany M. Hughes | January 9, 2024
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In a day and age when so many athletes make headlines for flipping the U.S. the bird every chance they're in the spotlight, it's refreshing to see a group of American athletes standing tall for their country.

The entire U.S. junior hockey team took "loud and proud" to a whole new level after winning gold Saturday at the World Junior Hockey Championship in Sweden, following their victory up with belting the Star-Spangled Banner at the top of their lungs.

And while the dinosaur media largely ignored the moment, social media was quick to take note.

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 The U.S. team handily beat the Swedes on their home ice 6-2 to take home the gold. But the fact that these young men, ranging in age from about 16 to 20, showed all the "adults" from the NBA and NFL to the attention-desperate U.S. women's soccer team how it's done?

That was the true victory.