In hockey, there's nothing new about a fight breaking out. It happens all the time. To be fair, it's almost always player against player (and sometimes the crowd is part of the mix). The key words being "almost always."

For the exception, we head to a Junior A game in London, Ontario. The problem begins with a goalie being taken out, which of course, starts a fight. Still not unusual. But then, in the course of playing the role of peacemaker, one referee goes too far...