Found March 04, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
Did you know it’s a 10-minute penalty in the NHL for an enforcer to salute his fans after brawling? It happened yesterday during Tom Sestito vs Brian McGrattan. Calgary tough guy McGrattan just finished off Sestito and then went into salute mode. Boom, 10-minute penalty. That’s news to us. Someone please explain this one to us. As for the game, Calgary won 4-2.   Filed under: Hockey Fights
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