Fake gun prompts panic at Winnipeg hockey game
WINNIPEG — Concern about a report of a gun prompted dozens of people watching a hockey tournament in Winnipeg to flee from a community arena. Police arrested three men Sunday night and say the gun turned out to be a replica firearm. A video posted on social media shows people pouring out of the Jonathan Toews Sportsplex, some of them running and screaming. Noah Houle, who was playing a championship game in the SouthEast Hockey Tournament, says coaches called everyone off the ice. Police say they were called to the sportsplex after a dispute broke out between two small groups of people.