The Dryden Ice Dogs were in Thunder Bay to play a game of hockey, but their coach caught a little more ice time than expected.
Sources have been informing TRCCTB about an alleged assault that took place after the game in a hallway altercation. It’s been said that a Thunder Bay North Stars hockey player took a swing at a Dryden Ice Dogs coach, clipping them in the face.
The violence erupted after Thunder Bay edged out a 2-1 victory over Dryden.
Police are investigating.
*** UPDATE Leaked photo of the Dryden coach after being punched.
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