Dallas Stars fans aren’t happy.
Already two games undefeated in the Western Conference Finals, things got worse for the Stars as the Las Vegas Golden Knights extended their lead to 4-0 early on.
As the clock began ticking with seconds left in the second period, Stars fans threw debris on the ice to express their displeasure.
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As a result, both teams headed to the locker room early with 21.6 seconds remaining in the period.
Several bottles were seen lying on the ice, and a public address announcer was heard urging fans not to do so.
Zamboni came out to clean the surface and both teams were back at the end of the 2nd period/beginning of the 3rd period, but the projectiles did not stop.
Back on the ice, a bag of popcorn was thrown at Addin Hill.
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Las Vegas scored three goals in the first period within seven minutes and ten seconds of the hockey game. They won their first two games on home ice after extra time.
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Assuming this score holds up, the Golden Knights are one win away from the Stanley Cup finals for the second time in team history — the first was in 2017-18.