In an age where player safety is becoming an increasing buzz phrase, there are still fights in hockey. It’s a tradition of sorts. And on Wednesday night that tradition took a slightly scary turn when one player hit the ice face down and laid unconscious after a fight with an opposing player.

Twenty-six seconds into the game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottowa Senators, the Leafs’ Frazer McLaren and the Senators’ David Dziurzynski went fist-to-fist. It ended fairly quickly after McLaren landed a series of head shots that sent Dziurzynski to the ice and passed out momentarily.

Here’s how it looked in pictures:

And here’s how it looked in video:

A woozy Dziurzynski was slow getting up and eventually needed help from two teammates to skate off.

He did not return, and the Senators said he had a concussion. He logged a total of 3 seconds in his 10th NHL game.

It’s a stark contrast to the other hockey fight from earlier this week that didn’t include a single punch.

​The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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