It's getting ugly, folks. Tempers have only escalated since Sens defenceman Eric Gryba laid out Canadiens in Game 2. You could see this one coming. Seconds after the Senators took a 4-1 lead at the seven-minute mark of the third period, the fisticuffs ensued.
It's getting ugly, folks.
Tempers have only escalated since Sens defenceman Eric Gryba laid out Canadiens Lars Eller in Game 1.
You could see this one coming.
Seconds after the Senators took a 4-1 lead at the seven-minute mark of the third period, the fisticuffs ensued.
It began with Montreal right winger Ryan White and Senators defenceman Jared Cowen exchanging blows, and was followed by four more fights. The Habs and Senators combined for 236 penalty minutes.
In the aftermath, the Canadiens were left with only six players on the bench, while Ottawa had five.
Tony CareA graduate of Ryerson University, senior writer Tony Care began his journalism career in 1996. He joined CBCSports.ca in 2003 and has covered a wide range of sports, including hockey, football, baseball and the Olympics.
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