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Tonight In Injuring Your Teammate: Canucks Player Punches His Teammate’s Face Via Another Guy’s Helmet
Kevin Bieksa of the Canucks exemplified “wrong place, wrong time” tonight. A fight broke out between Vancouver and Minnesota in the second period, and Bieksa was just looking on when he took a Wild player’s helmet to the grill. But he has his teammate to thank for that one. Check out more hockey violence after the jump.
There are few activities that stand a better chance of improving your day than watching a video of a person cracking up uncontrollably (we submit the 3:09 mark of this clip as all the evidence necessary). And last night, Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault gave us the chance to watch – and now, post – just such a video. See it after the jump.
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