The Winnipeg Jets and Colorado Avalanche have had strong starts to the season, but some of their fans apparently had some pent-up anger.
A brawl between fans of the two teams turned bloody during a game Tuesday night at the Canada Life Centre.
Security tried to escort two Avalanche fans, who were apparently drunk, out of the arena, but they allegedly attacked security.
That’s when a Jets fan stepped in to intervene, but was pushed and fell down the lower bowl stairs, hitting his head on the boards and cutting himself.
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He was reportedly on the ground for some time before officers arrived. Two fans were handcuffed and led out of the arena.
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The Jets won the game, 5-0, thanks to Blake Wheeler’s three-pointer.