WATCH: Sabres' Zamboni stalls, delays intermission, gets towed off the ice by another Zamboni

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You do not see this every night. During the 2nd intermission of Tuesday’s video game in between the Arizona Coyotes and Buffalo Sabres, there was a hold-up due to a Zamboni breakdown. The Sabres’ Zamboni stalled as it was cleaning up the ice at KeyBank Center in between the 2nd and 3rd duration and in fact needed to be pulled off the ice by another Zamboni.

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Even though the initial Zamboni was being pulled, that didn’t stop a Sabres fan from riding on the back and enjoying his journey around the rink.

The 3rd duration wound up beginning about 20 minutes behind anticipated as an outcome of the Zamboni stalling. Coyotes gamers might even be seen enjoying the amusing scenario unfold from their tunnel as they waited on the 3rd duration to start.

At the time of the Zamboni breakdown, the Coyotes held a 2-1 lead over the Sabres. Arizona wound up including 3rd duration objectives from center Liam O’Brien and winger Clayton Keller to put a stamp on the 4-1 win.

It marked the 3rd successive loss for the Sabres, which is their longest losing streak of the 2022-23 season. The Sabres formerly lost to the Carolina Hurricanes and Tampa Bay Lightning prior to being up to the Coyotes on Tuesday.

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