Tom Wilson sets off brawl in Capitals' game against Rangers, who rip actions: 'Zero respect for the game'

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Tom Wilson sets off brawl in Capitals' game against Rangers, who rip actions: 'Zero respect for the game'

Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson set off a massive brawl during the second period of his team's 6-3 win against the New York Rangers at Madis

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Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson set off a massive brawl during the second period of his team’s 6-3 win against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Monday night.

The scrap occurred after Capitals goalie Vitek Vanecek made a save on a Rangers shot. With a number of players tussling inside the crease, Wilson began punching a prone Pavel Buchnevich in the head. Wilson then followed up his battering of Buchnevich by body-slamming Artemiy Panarin to the ice during the ensuing donnybrook.

Wilson received a 10-minute misconduct penalty and four minutes for roughing. To cap it all off, Wilson flexed after making his way to the penalty box.

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