The Chicago Blackhawks were looking to tie up their series against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night, and with the stakes high, tempers were short at the United Center.
Goaltender Corey Crawford set off a powder keg in the second period of the game when he was run into by Blues forward Robby Fabbri. After the collision, which took place at the top of the goal crease, Crawford immediately went after the forward and went toe-to-toe with him:
After all of the penalties were sorted out, the Blackhawks got a power play, and they scored as Andrew Shaw notched a tally. Unfortunately, the momentum didn't last as the Blues seized the lead back in the third period.