Gotta See It: Lawson Crouse delivers vicious slash

2015 draft hopeful Lawson Crouse did not exactly put his best foot forward on Friday after he appeared to have lost his temper and swung his stick like a baseball bat at an opponent's backside.

Kingston Frontenacs forward Lawson Crouse is one of the top prospects heading into the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, but he might have to take a seat for a few games as the Ontario Hockey League season winds down.

The Eastern Conference leading Oshawa Generals handed the Frontenacs a 7-1 beating on Friday night and things turned ugly in the third period. Crouse picked up a two-minute penalty for a vicious two-handed slash on Generals captain Josh Brown early in the frame, which led to several fights and ejections.

A suspension for Crouse could be in order.

Crouse, who was a member of Team Canada’s World Junior Championship winning squad, has 20 goals and 31 points in 38 games this season.

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