Jan 17, 2012, 12:07 AM EDT
The Winnipeg Jets cooled off the Ottawa Senators with a 2-0 win, but that result might get lost a little in the chaos that happened in the first period. Evander Kane didn’t appreciate Erik Karlsson‘s hit, so he retaliated with a questionable one of his own. Naturally, the Senators didn’t take kindly to such a questionable hit on their star defenseman, so Chris Neil went on the attack:
Does Kane deserve extra punishment from the league or did he suffer another via Neil’s form of justice? Let us know how you feel about that hit and the wild skirmish that resulted.
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