Gearing up for the U.S. playing in the gold medal game, I remember my first days going to ice hockey games. Baltimore got a minor league team in 1979, and we went to a few games and got hooked.
I did an college internship with the team in the winter of 1983, and one day I went into a closet full of stuff from prior Baltimore ice hockey teams. And I found a 45 rpm record of the Baltimore Clippers fight song.
Someone put their copy on the internet.
After a score, they would play the first 45 seconds. That's when the fans would yell along "Fight, fight, fight" and the announcer would say who scored and assisted on the goal. Then play would resume.