It was fight night Saturday, as the minor league hockey affiliates of the New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils went at it in Albany.

The American Hockey League match up between the Albany Devils and the Bridgeport Sound Tigers got so crazy that even the coaches went at it. Both teams combined for 248 penalty minutes, nine game misconducts, eleven fighting majors, and seven ejections.

The first fight started with less than a minute remaining in the second period and eventually spilled over behind the boards as players and team personal held back Bridgeport assistant coach Eric Boguniecki, who was going at it with with Albany head coach Rich Kowalsky.

Game officials called an early intermission, but the fighting continued afterwards as one of Albany's players ran into Bridgeport's goalie.

While none of this may hold the interest of New York area hockey fans who are probably more concerned watching the Rangers and Penguins face off in NHL playoff action, it was still a memorable night in Albany. By the way, Albany ended up winning 3-0.