Former NHL enforcer Donald Brashear hasn't lost his edge, even though he hasn't played pro hockey in several years. Brashear, who managed 1025 games in the NHL, was caught on camera at a senior men's league hockey game in Quebec busting open an opponent, and then taking a bit of a cheap shot at another. You can see the pool of blood on the ice from the first person he tangled with. He was kicked out of the game, which shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone.
No word on what sparked this incident or whether there will be further action from the Ligue de hockey senior du Lac au Fleuve.UPDATE: Men's league announces punishment for Donald Brashear
Brashear played for Montreal, Vancouver, Philadelphia, Washington, and the New York Rangers while in the NHL. He was involved in dozens of battles over the years, but is perhaps best known for getting a stick to the head intentionally from Marty McSorley in February of 2000. It's one of the most infamous incidents ever in the modern-day NHL.