Canucks, Flames get nasty during Game 2 brawl
All 10 skaters on ice scrap with contest out of reach
You could see this coming.
The Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames were playing a contentious Game 2 of their opening-round series when things boiled over.
Radim Vrbata scored into an empty net with 2:01 remaining to give Vancouver a 4-1 lead and put the game out of reach for the visitors.
That's when the gloves dropped, with all 10 skaters on the ice getting involved, including Vancouver's Brad Richardson taking on Calgary's Matt Stajan and Deryk Engelland squaring off with the Canucks' Derek Dorsett.
Here was the damage when it was all said and done:
So things got a little out of hand at the end of the Canucks, Flames game. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NHLPlayoffs?src=hash">#NHLPlayoffs</a> <a href="http://t.co/kXpsBROmZi">pic.twitter.com/kXpsBROmZi</a>—@hockeynight
With files from The Canadian Press