GIF: Shea Weber Smashes Henrik Zetterberg's Head Into The Glass

Well, we came for a hockey game and a pro wrestling match broke out in the third period. And that's really what this was. No idea what Shea Weber was thinking or why he decided this would be a good idea, but he up and slammed Henrik Zetterberg's head into the glass. Blatantly. In front of the refs.

It was kind of like a wrestler slamming someone's head into the turnbuckle. Except, unlike professional wrestling, smashing someone's head into a nearby barrier isn't so legal in hockey. It's frowned upon, friends. And punished.

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Not his finest moment, but a hilarious GIF!

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