Red Horner was hockey's baddest boy back in the 1930s. The in one particular playoff game against Detroit in 1940, the NHL penalty king met his match - a woman in the stands.
With Toronto leading 3-1 in game 2 when a huge fight broke out in the final minute of play. Horner, of course, was at the center of it all. He fought Black Jack Stewart, then Jimmy Orlando, then Ebbie Goodfellow and finally Alex Motter.
The officials finally calmed Horner down and got him off the ice. That's when the unknown lady attacked Horner. She smacked him with her purse and then reached down and started pulling on his hair.
Horner quickly retreated to the safety of the dressing room!