Hockey Announcer Scolds Fans For Throwing Bracelets on Ice
The Philadelphia Flyers have been playing an intense series against the Washington Capitals in the Stanley Cup finals. The stress finally got to the players and their fans.
The gloves came off following a huge check from behind delivered to Dmitry Orlov from Flyers forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.
Orlov was taken off the ice to receive medical attention. That's when the bracelets started flying. One fan threw their bracelet and hit Orlov while he was on the bench.
Lou Nolan, the public address announcer for the Flyers, began pleading with the fans to hold on to their bracelets, at one point telling them to "have some class." As play was about to resume, the referees has to warn fans that teh team would receive a penalty for delay of game if they continued to litter the ice.
When Capitals Alex Ovechkin upped the score to 5-1, more bracelets game down.
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