- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Hockey can sometimes bring out some pretty intense emotions, and guys like singer Justin Bieber certainly aren’t immune to the intensity of the game.

In what TMZ reports is a pickup hockey game at the Los Angeles Kings’ Valley Ice Center, Bieber is seen streaking towards the net. As a pass gets centered towards him, an opposing player slashes his stick in half.

That did not make Bieber happy.

Now, Bieber is Canadian, and he understands the do’s and don’ts in hockey. That was certainly a don’t, and the pop star immediately retaliated.

You can literally hear Bieber yell “let’s go right now” in the video. He then has to be separated from the opposing team’s goalie and several expletives had to be bleeped out.

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