Leafs, Sens players honor veterans at National War Memorial

Maple Leafs and Senators players gathered in Ottawa Sunday to honor the sacrifices of the Canadian military in a number of ways.

Before their makeup game in Ottawa Sunday night, the Maple Leafs and Senators honored the sacrifices made by the Canadian military in a number of ways.

The two teams began the day paying their respects at the National War Memorial, the site of an Oct. 22 attack that claimed the life of Canadian Cpl. Nathan Cirillo:

Later on, the teams wore camouflage jerseys in the warmup that will be auctioned off in support of the Soldier On charity:

Kudos to both organizations for reaching out and contributing in the wake of a tragedy.

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