Found January 19, 2014 on Sports-Glory:

The Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames combined for 10 fighting majors, eight game misconducts and 152 penalty minutes when a fight broke out two seconds into their game Saturday night. Each team started its fourth line.  All 10 skaters were assessed major penalties for fighting and eight were ejected. The post Watch: Eight players ejected from Canucks-Flames game appeared first on Sports Glory.

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