In case you didn’t know, hockey is a big deal in Canada. A lot of hockey parents throw their morals and principles out the window because the hockey culture, especially, at the grass roots and minor league level is a rat race to see whose kids will emerge as one of the elites. So stuff like this tends to happen frequently.
According to Neate Sager of Yahoo Sports, during a playoff game between Six Nations and Tweed in the Ontario Minor Hockey League Association, a brawl broke out in the stands amongst the “grown ups.” Apparently, the bad blood between the parties stemmed from a brawl that took place on the ice in an earlier playoff game.
Some punches were thrown, some people got pushed around and there was a lot of bad language. Check the video out here: