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Makar Predators threw stuff minute

CALE MAKAR SAYS PREDATORS FANS THREW STUFF AT HIM IN LAST MINUTE OF GAME

MAY 10, 2022  (8H06)      TIM TUCKER
We have our first sweep of the 2021-22 NHL playoffs as the Colorado Avalanche made easy work of the Nashville Predators to beat them in four straight. Colorado was certainly the favourite in the series and that increased when it was announced that Nashville goaltender Juuse Saros was injured and could not play. As the final minutes ticked off the clock in game four, it appears some Nashville fans decided to be sore losers.

"It was just in the last minute of the game there. I'm not too sure. They were throwing stuff over the glass before," said Colorado's Cale Makar. "Not a fun way for your team to end a season like that. But a couple of Skittles hit me. I saw them before the faceoff on the ice."

"It is what it is," continued Makar. "If they want to do that, it's fine. Like I said, they have a great fanbase here and it was super loud tonight."

As many have pointed out on social media, while Skittles aren't likely to hurt anyone, it's a bad look for a team when members of their fanbase is throwing anything at the opponents.