Video: Bemidji State involved in record-setting women's college hockey brawl

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Nothing beats a good old fashioned college hockey brawl...especially when it's the Bemidji State women's hockey team dropping gloves against Ohio State.

It happened last Friday and it got nasty.

Bemidji State won the game by a score of 3-2, but the list of penalties issued from the fight overshadowed the entire game. 287 penalty minutes were issued for the brawl alone. The 303 combined penalty minutes for the game set an NCAA record.

19 players were disqualified, meaning they weren't allowed to play in Saturday's game. With 19 players unavailable, both teams were only able to dress two lines and two pair of defenseman.

Here's the penalty summary from the brawl.

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