Found November 03, 2013 on The Hockey Daily:
On Friday night, the excrement hit the fan in a game between the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers. In the 3rd period, the score 7-0 Caps, a line-brawl took centre stage. The highlight of the melee was a fight (if…Read more →The post NHL Commish Gary Bettman comments on Emery’s actions in brawl between Flyers and Capitals appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
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