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Rangers fan knocks Hurricanes fan out after game four loss


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Tyler Ball
May 12, 2024  (12:15)
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A New York Rangers fan being restrained after knocking out a Carolina Hurricanes fan after Game 4 of the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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The Carolina Hurricanes matchup in Game 4 against the New York Rangers was exciting on the ice. After the game, fans decided they wanted in on the craziness and there was a fight.

The fight in question took place after the game was over and fans were making their ways back home. Just minutes before the fight outside the stadium the crowd erupted inside. This was due to a game-clinching goal from Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Brady Skjei.
Brady Skjei keeps Carolina's hopes alive with a power play goal!

The goal from Brady Skjei confirmed that there will be a Game 5 in what has been an incredibly tight series between the two teams despite the outcomes. After the game things were not as fun as a fight broke out just outside the exit to the stadium. In a video posted on X a Carolina Hurricanes fan can be seen knocked out on the ground. The man who knocked him out is allegedly a Rangers fan and was being held back.
At the moment there are no further updates on the situation. The man who punched the other fan has not been arrested as of now. There is also no updates on the condition of the Hurricanes fan who was knocked out in the incident.
We hope that all involved are safe and made it back to their homes safely. Hopefully, as the series continues security will be able to prevent incidents like these from happening. Game 5 is set for Monday night and is once again a must-win for the Carolina Hurricanes.
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Rangers fan knocks Hurricanes fan out after game four loss

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