WATCH: Blues' Jordan Binnington nearly gets into goalie fight with Marc-Andre Fleury

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Wednesday’s video game in between the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues developed into rather the powder keg. During the 2nd duration, Blues goalie Jordan Binnington left the crease and hit Wild forward Ryan Hartman, striking him with his stick. A big tussle broke out in between the 2 groups after Binnington took exception with the truth that Hartman clipped him after Hartman scored an objective. 

Once Binnington fired up a brawl of sorts, Wild goalie Marc-Andre Fleury chose to get included. 

Fleury made his method down towards Binnington and squared up with the fiery Blues netminder. But prior to Binnington and Fleury might end up being dance partners and begin an uncommon goalie on goalie battle, linesmen stepped in and held them back.

“I’m not surprised. I’ve seen Jordan do a few things in his career,” Fleury stated following the Wild’s 8-5 win, according to U.S.A. Today. “That’s why I went. I made (the decision) pretty quick.”

Binnington didn’t hold any tough sensations towards Fleury for trying to come down and drop the gloves.

“I’m not surprised. I kind of think it was our moment, but I got nothing but respect for Fleury, too,” Binnington stated. “He’s a legendary goalie. Coming down there, shows a lot about him.”

Binnington wound up getting a match charge for his function in the scrum, a charge that is offered to a gamer. As an outcome, he gets an automated suspension along with a hearing with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.

Fleury likewise got a charge for leaving his crease, while Hartman was offered a charge for unsportsmanlike conduct. Hartman definitely didn’t conceal his sensations concerning Binnington after the video game.

Binnington has a history of leaving his crease and getting physical, was amazed that he was offered a match charge for his function in the run-in.

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