Found September 19, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
A St. Louis Blues fan was dancing up a storm in the stands during the third period of last season's final regular season home game at the Scottrade Center against the Phoenix Coyotes.

The game was played on April 6, 2012, but this video was only posted last week. A Blues fan in Zumas pants dancing to the Beastie Boys' "Fight for your Right" and the Ozzy Osbourne classic "Crazy Train" during a penalty timeout. The Youtube caption on the video implied that the fan was drunk, but we can not confirm this.

We can only hope that the NHL lockout gets resolved quickly so hockey fans can watch their teams again, but unfortunately it seems very unlikely.

H/T Sports Pickle.
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