Major Parent Goon Brawl Breaks Out At Ontario Hockey Game [VIDEO]
Say hello to the best Canadian hockey parent hockey fight of 2013. This brawl took place over the weekend at an Ontario bantam hockey game between Six Nations and Tweed. Bantam hockey is for 13 and 14 year olds.
According to Ontario media, there were complaints about Saturday night’s game being too physical and it eventually led to this wild brawl.
According to the uploader:
Hockey clash Six Nations at Tweed for Bantam C OMHA finals 23 March 2013 Game 3 out of 5- On the video you see Six Nations parent calling on Tweed people for a fight, then you see group of Six Nations parents going over to do just that. You can hear the Six Nations man threatening me as he walks by me cuz I am videoing it and saying Tweed people are ‘Gonna f–kin get it’ when they come to their arena tomorrow.
Tweed parent steps in to pull Six Nations person off Tweed teenager as he is pounding him and Tweed parent gets grabbed and punched from behind by Six Nations man. Then the last woman u see on the tape was another Six Nations woman …she tried to break my camera, snap the view lens off and also tried to take MY camera from me.
Excuse me….that is MY property, not yours…and she didnt get my camera. Six Nations was up 2-0 in series until this game, Tweed beat them 3-1. Now Tweed has to go to Six Nations arena to play today. My son doesn’t play for either Tweed or Six Nations and we were only there as a spectators and to support Tweed and have never been so disgusted with the confrontational aggressive behaviour and certainly not by Tweed.
My sons team played Tweed in their loop this year and there was NOTHING like this, never seen anything like it before in my life. Just before this fight in the stands broke out there was a huge brawl on the ice. Is this what minor hockey has come to?? Really??? Shameful ! Police were there and the Tweed parent who tried to break it up and was grabbed from behind and sucker punched in the face by Six Nations parent was asked to leave arena??
According to the National News, a Six Nations parent disputes the YouTuber’s claims, saying “Tweed fans were making sexual gestures and swearing at the Six Nations fans causing them to go over and confront them.”
In true Canadian fashion, none of the combatants have been arrested.