Two Hockey Teams Suspended Indefinitely After Violent Stick Attack Breaks Loose
BY SKY SEPTEMBER 17, 2023 (1:59 PM)
Mayhem Erupts in Toronto Recreational Hockey Game
In a shocking turn of events, a recreational men's hockey game in Toronto took a wild and chaotic turn on Monday night, leaving spectators in disbelief.
The game, held in York, quickly descended into a chaotic brawl that saw players swinging their hockey sticks overhead in a manner reminiscent of lumberjacks. The sheer intensity of the brawl left everyone stunned.
The Adult Safe Hockey League (ASHL) wasted no time in condemning the on-ice violence, labeling it as "shocking and unacceptable." In response, the league has suspended both teams indefinitely and launched a thorough investigation into the incident. Additional disciplinary measures, including possible permanent expulsion from the league, are on the table.
Referee Bruce Tennant, who witnessed the chaos firsthand, expressed his astonishment, saying, "There was no concern at all for the safety of either their teammates or the opposing team; it was a war." Tennant, with over 45 years of refereeing experience, admitted he had never seen anything like it before.
Tennant also noted that players from both teams had garnered a reputation as troublemakers within the ASHL. Remarkably, despite the mayhem, there were no serious injuries reported, and the police were not called to intervene in the incident.
The league released an official statement:
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