Dan Treadway
Monday April 7th, 2014

Guys, relax. It's for charity.

During a game at Nassau Coliseum between members of the New York Police Department and New York Fire Department, a massive brawl broke out that could at best be described as somewhat unprofessional.

According to Newsday, the fight occurred during the second period while the score was tied 3-3.

In a game being played for charity.

Between policemen and firemen.

After the brawl, the NYPD would eventually score 8 goals, which was more than the FDNY's 5. But despite the goal differential, there's no need to declare a winner here. [Gothamist]

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