Found March 16, 2013 on NESN.com:
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Matt Hendricks didn’t make any friends at the TD Garden on Saturday, and that didn’t ring true only on the ice. Hendricks got into it with a fan on his way to the locker room late in the game, after he lost a spirited scrap against Bruins enforcer Adam McQuaid. As he headed down the hallway, the Capitals center turned and motioned that he would be watching the offending fan, as arena security moved in to quell any potential escalation. Check out Hendricks’ move in the animation below.
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