Canadians take their hockey seriously, at all levels. This point was made perfectly clear during a recent Canadian junior hockey playoff clash between the Southern Sting and Grand Lake Moose turned into Fight Club.
While confined to the penalty one of the Grand Moose players took exception to chants from some mouthy Sting fans and climbed into the stands to crack some skulls.
The brawl quickly turned the hockey game into the Malice at the Palace on ice.
Again, this is JUNIOR hockey. These little hockey thugs are scary like the Children of the Corn.
Junior hockey in New Brunswick is out of control pic.twitter.com/qgqPaofEH3
— Gino Hard (@Ginohard_) March 5, 2017