Disgruntled US hockey fans watching the Sunday playoff match between the Boston Bruins of the NHL and the Toronto Maple Leafs were treated in the last moments with the back of a spectator's head, when he stood in front of a television camera a wild third period.
The Maple Leafs fan – who was only identified as Scott to protect him from online threats – opened his phone after seeing his team lose 4-2 at Game 6 at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto had – and noticed that something was not right
"I looked on Instagram and was at the top of my feed," he told the CBC News Network on Tuesday. Some have even said, "With your head off."
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. Bruin fans, including actor Rob Lowe, switched to Twitter complaining about the obstructed view.
"Watching the hockey game in Boston Toronto and literally everything else I can see is the back of another … NBC: has to come together now," Lowe tweeted. Scott sat on rows in front of cameras at the game. When he got up to take part in the action, he unconsciously blocked much of the ice near the Boston goal. NBC, who aired the game for US viewers, said technical issues had forced the network to switch to a backup camera during the third period. Canadian viewers had a clear view of the game, CBC reported.
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with a 5-1 win on Tuesday to enter the second round against the Columbus Blue Jackets.