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Outdoor NHL game in sunny Los Angeles interrupted by a small intruder

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LOS ANGELES - This weekend the NHL held an outdoor hockey game in Los Angeles at Dodgers Stadium between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings.

At one point a bug ended up on the ice and neither the players nor the ref could successfully grab the bug or shoo it off the ice.

The ref kept trying to grab it as players tried swatting it with their sticks.

Eventually the ref grabs a stick from one of the players and tries to smash the bug but it was no use.

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