Video: Jets' Blake Wheeler tells reporter to F*** Off after being eliminated

Emotions were high as Blake Wheeler and the Winnipeg Jets were eliminated from the 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs on Saturday night. Wheeler took a late 4-minute penalty which didn't help his team's cause and was asked after the game about his team's full 60-minute effort. His answer surprised some.

Gotta See It: Jaden Schwartz with an beauty goal for his hat-trick

That's four goals in a row for Jaden Schwartz! The Blues speedster got the party started in the first 30 seconds and decided game 6 was his to take over.

Video: Gavin DeGraw faceplants after singing the National Anthem in Nashville

Musician Gavin DeGraw killed the anthem as he normally does, but he didn't stick the landing. As he was trying to make his way out and give the fans some love, DeGraw came off the carpet, which is rule #1 of what not to do when wearing shoes.

Video: Hershey Bears' Aaron Ness goes head first into boards

Things took a horrifying turn last night during a game between the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and the Hershey Bears after a Hershey player, Aaron Ness, crashed against the boards head first. He laid behind the Bridgeport net motionless and needed to be taken off the ice on a stretcher.

2 goaltenders call out the NHL on controversial call

Last night, the Boston-Toronto Game 5 was full of controversial calls, and the first goal scored was maybe more controversial since it was the first goal scored of the game. 

Video: Leafs and Bruins Fans Brawl in the Streets after Controversial Game #5

Emotions ran high among the fans, which spilled over into the streets of downtown Boston after the Leafs 2-1 victory on Friday night.

Gotta See It: Toronto scores controversial goal in Game 5

Auston Matthews scored the first goal of Game 5 in Boston, which turned out to be quite the controversial one. It was challenged by Boston for goaltender interference and the call stood.

Leafs fans go after DeBrusk's family causing him to delete social media

As soon as Nazem Kadri was suspended for the rest of the first round of the playoffs for cross-checking Boston's Jake DeBrusk after he hit Patrick Marleau in the corner of a stanchion, DeBrusk has became public enemy number one for the Toronto fans.

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