The Flames-Canucks game in Vancouver kicked off with a massive line brawl Saturday night at Rogers Arena, resulting in eight ejections and 152 combined penalty minutes just two seconds into the game.

Canucks coach John Tortorella confronted Calgary coaches during an intermission, and apologized to all players involved after the game. One of the players ejected, 24-year-old Kellan Lain, was making his NHL debut — and his entire family was in town to watch.

Via The Province:

“My parents are here today. My brother flew in last night. My sister wasn’t able to come, but most of the family is here…. This is something that you dream. It’s not only yours, but it’s also a family accomplishment. To get them up here is good.”