U.S., Canadian women brawl for the second time in Olympic exhibition

Saturday December 21st, 2013


By Michael Blinn

With a trip to Sochi just around the corner, the United States women's national hockey yeam and their Canadian counterparts squared off for the first time since the Four Nations Tournament back in October. Their last matchup resulted in a 4-2 victory for Canada, but the game was highlighted by a full-scale brawl in the third period.

It's safe to say that the bitter emotions carried over into tonight's Olympic Trial. As the clocked ticked down on a 4-1 U.S. win, both teams used the exhibition to once again drop the gloves.


After the yard sale was cleaned up and the referees conferred, the final eight seconds played out with the penalty boxes looking a little clown car-ish:



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