This might have been the hit of the year, and only one player was involved. On Saturday night against Hartford, the Bears were absolutely dominating the Wolf Pack the first half of the matchup (shots were 23-4 in favor of the Bears at one point). That didn’t stop Hartford from playing a physical game. Or at least trying to play a physical game.
Late in the first period, Aaron Ness was going for a puck on the end boards as Hartford forward Matt Carey skated in for a big hit on Ness. Seeing Carey coming, one of Hershey’s best skaters stopped short, letting Carey skate full speed directly into the boards.
In millennial terms, Ness yeet’d Carey.
— Kyle Mace (@kyle_mace) March 19, 2017