During the second period of action between the Malmo Redhawks and Farjestad BK on Saturday, tempers flared between the two Swedish Hockey League clubs.
Courtesy of C-More Sport, Marcus Sylvegard of the Redhawks ended up on Farjestad's bench along with a teammate Fredrik Handemark after the door was left open as both teams mixed it up with 6:13 left to play in the opening frame.
In the video, Handemark, Malmo's team captain, gets angled into the open door while trying to change. As the scrum ensues, Sylvegard comes to the defence of his teammate before unleashing a fury of punches of a Farjestad player.
Sylvegard was kicked out of the game after being issued a match penalty and could face a suspension, according to reporter Johan Svensson. The 19-year-old has recorded six goals and four assists in 28 games in his second season in the SHL.
Sylvegard's older brother, Emil, who's currently nursing a three-game suspension, was seen in the hallway confronting players of Farjestad during the intermission.