One day after two firefighters were killed and 16 others were injured while attempting to put out an enormous blaze in Boston's Back Bay, the Bruins honored the city's fire department by donning special attire during pregame warmups before their matchup against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Here's what the players looked like:



The Bruins weren't the only Boston athletes to express their support for the fire department. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who saw the fire firsthand, eloquently thanked the first responders for their courage and bravery.

More Boston athletes took to Twitter to show their support:






The two victims of the fire, Michael R. Kennedy and Edward J. Walsh Jr., were honored with a moment of silence before the Bruins game.

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