Fans created a special moment at every NHL game Wednesday for Hockey Fights Cancer.
Before the national anthems were performed, the lights went out in every arena hosting a game, and fans took out their cellphone flashlights for a moment of silence to honor those affected by cancer.
Fans in Florida come together for light show before Panthers' game against the Maple Leafs.
Video: Fans come together for light show in Florida
Fans in Buffalo lit up KeyBank Center to honor people affected by cancer before the Buffalo Sabres game against the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday.
The crowd at Nationwide Arena helps the NHL honor those affected by cancer during a pregame ceremony before the Columbus Blue Jackets game against the Calgary Flames on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Matt Murray observes a moment of silence while fans light up PPG Paints Arena with their cellphone flashlights during a pregame ceremony before the Penguins game against the Vancouver Canucks.