Found April 13, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
Heads up! As the Boston Bruins were celebrating their Game 1 overtime victory over the Washington Capitals, a couple of overzealous fans banged on the TD Garden in appreciation of Chris Kelly’s game winning goal.  Normally this isn’t a big deal, but normally those panes of glass stay put.  Not so much this time, as this particular pane comes down right on Boston center David Krejci’s unsuspecting Czechoslovakian head. Thankfully Krejci wasn’t seriously hurt, but I can guarantee that next time the B’s win a close one he’ll keep one eye out for pieces of the arena that may be falling towards his melon.  If you think a pane of glass to the head is painful, think what damage could be done should the TD Garden scoreboard fall on Krejci. [Reddit]

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