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Police Forced to Get Involved in an Intense Senior League Brawl

Published March 26, 2023 at 10:47
BY JULIEN TREKKER

Senior hockey often involves more intense action than other games, including frequent altercations. Many senior hockey players aim to make their mark, and engaging in fights can be one way to do so. This sometimes results in bench-clearing brawls.

A recent example is the chaotic scene during a Quebec Senior League game, where it appeared as if everyone on and off the bench participated in a massive brawl.

Police Forced to Get Involved in an Intense Senior League Brawl



You can witness the pandemonium here:



Video - A general fight erupts during a league hockey match in Plessisville, part of the @_LHSAAAQ. The @sureteduquebec were called to intervene. Just two weeks prior, a violent altercation occurred in the stands at a junior AA game at the same location. @tvanouvelles

Initially, officials attempt to prevent multiple fights from starting. However, as players begin to confront each other from all angles, the situation spirals into disorder.

As the chaos escalates, players join in from every direction. The severity of the situation even prompted a call to the police, as mentioned in the tweet.

While senior hockey is known for occasionally getting out of control, this particular incident seems to be an extreme example. The intensity and scope of the brawl demonstrate just how heated senior hockey games can become. It's crucial for players, coaches, and officials to prioritize safety and sportsmanship in order to prevent such events from occurring in the future.

As seen on Blade of Steel - A brawl breaks out at senior men's hockey game in Quebec , mayhem follows
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