Some hockey fans might not know this, but on November 16th, 1996, the Sabres jumbotron came crashing down on the ice as it was being remotely moved.

The incident occurred just minutes after players left the ice from practice.  Thankfully nobody was hurt, but the image of the jumbotron on the ice struck fear into the heart of one Igor Larionov II, the great Igor Larionov's son.

Most kids are scared of spiders or tornadoes, things of that nature, but the fear of a jumbotron falling to the ice during a game is rare, yet terrifying.  Next time we're able to play hockey again in a rink that has a jumbotron, we might avoid skating directly underneath it for a few shifts.

(H/T: Igor Larionov II)