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Paul Bissonnette beats up Oilers fan on Jumbotron


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Marvin Azrak
June 16, 2024  (11:07 PM)
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Paul Bissonnette beats up Oilers fan on Jumbotron
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During Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers at Rogers Place,
former NHL player turned analyst Paul Bissonnette stirred controversy with his antics.

It started when the jumbotron focused on Bissonnette and his colleague, former Oiler Ryan Whitney. Bissonnette took off his jersey and started spinning it above his head.
Then, he put his arms around two fans sitting in front of him, accidentally grabbing and breaking an Oilers fan's glasses in the process.
My glasses came off» 😂 Biz destroyed my guys glasses 😂

Biz broke bro's glasses 😅 As a fellow glasses wearer, I was getting anxiety watching that

#LetsGoOilers  #TimeToHunt 

The Oilers romped the Cats as Mattias Janmark, Adam Henrique, Dylan Holloway, Connor McDavid, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (twice), Darnell Nurse, and Ryan McLeod all scored for Edmonton in the 8-1 Game 4 win.
Goaltender Stuart Skinner, made 32 saves in the win. Meanwhile, Sergei Bobrovsky had a tough night, yielding five goals with a -3.04 goals saved above expected, before being replaced by Anthony Stolarz, who made 17 saves on 20 shots.
As the series heads back to Florida for Game 5, the Oilers will aim to build on their win performance and send the series back to Alberta for Game 6 while the Panthers hope to clinch their maiden cup on home ice.
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Paul Bissonnette beats up Oilers fan on Jumbotron

During Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, Paul Bissonnette stole the show with his wild antics. Was it warranted?

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