Karma is a beautiful thing - witness this play from a high school ice hockey game in Utah.
A fairly soft body-check on a teammate obviously rubs up one player the wrong way, and he immediately seeks revenge.
He steams in out of nowhere, ready to lay down the most brutal cheap shot imaginable, only to completely miss his opponent and smash head-first into the boards.
Body = damaged. Pride = very damaged.
The video, taken from a game between Viewmont High and Uintah High in a Junior Varsity Utah hockey league, was uploaded by Capitals Hills earlier this week.
It notes that the referees handed out just two two-minute penalties for minor infringements as a result of the play.
The initial check gets a two-minute penalty, and the kid who reacts by slamming into the boards like a lunatic also got a two-minute misconduct charge.
Seems like rough justice.
Check out the "hit" in the clip above...
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