The 10 Dumbest Fan Moments in NHL History

Matthew FairburnCorrespondent INovember 30, 2011

The 10 Dumbest Fan Moments in NHL History

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    NHL fans are a rabid bunch. 

    However, like in other sports, the fans of hockey are not always the brightest of bulbs. There are plenty of moments over the years that have provided evidence of that. 

    Let's take a look at the 10 dumbest fan moments in NHL history. Don't try any of these at home, folks.

Predators Fan Kicks the Glass

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    Joffrey Lupul was thinking that he would just rest his head on the glass for a moment after play had stopped, but a Predators fan decided that wasn't going to happen. He kicked the glass, startling Lupul.

That's Karma

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    Steve Sullivan insists what comes around goes around. Take a look at the video, and I think you'll agree that this fan got what was coming to him.

Awkward Moment

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    I don't want to know what these two were doing. This is really bizarre. 

Domi Fights a Fan

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    Some NHL fans are tough, so I understand the desire to mix it up with an actual player. However, picking a fight with Tie Domi was a bit ambitious. 

Fan Jumps onto the Ice

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    I bet this is not what this fan envisioned when he decided to take a leap onto the ice. At least he has a great story to tell.

Another Fan Fight

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    I'm not sure what it is about hockey fans that makes them think they can fight the players.

Ref Lays out a Crazy Fan

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    Skip to the three-minute mark in the video and you will see the ref lay the lumber on a crazy fan.

Stink Bomb

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    Unidentified objects make their way onto the ice quite often at NHL games, but I think this is the only time a stink bomb has flown onto the ice.

Vancouver Riots

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    Passion is great, until it becomes destructive. Vancouver fans have destroyed their city twice after Stanley Cup losses now. I bet they would do just as much damage if they would have won the Stanley Cup, too.

Big Bad Bruins

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    Terry O'Reilly would fight anyone. He even went as far as to beat a fan with his own shoe.