Broken glass cuts 1st period short in Minnesota
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- A broken pane of glass has cut short the first period of a game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Minnesota Wild.
The remaining 1:57 of the first period will be played right before the second period begins.
With the Flyers leading 2-0, Philadelphia forward Claude Giroux came out of his end and fired a shot from near center ice that shattered the glass along the side boards by the right circle.
As the shards of glass were shoveled by the arena crew, officials sent the teams to their dressing rooms
Updated November 24, 2010