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Minor League Hockey Fight Turns Into Epic Bench-Clearing Brawl

With the NHL officially back, it appears that minor league hockey will once again be taking a backseat to the professional league. They are probably a little upset and this video might be proof.

Over the weekend, an American Hockey League game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Rockford IceHogs provided an epic bench-clearing brawl for the world to enjoy. The fight broke out in the third period of play as the Griffins led by the score 6-3 and was instigated by Griffins forward Riley Sheahan and Rockford forward Kyle Beach.

After the smoke cleared, thirteen players from both teams were given game misconducts and were ejected from play.

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