Hamilton sports bar asks public for help identifying Ticats fan who allegedly punched 75-inch TV

Screen shot courtesy: The EndZone Bar & Grill

The EndZone Bar & Grill in Hamilton has asked the public for help identifying a man who allegedly punched and destroyed a television after the Tiger-Cats 108th Grey Cup loss.

The local sports bar posted a statement on Facebook and Instagram:

We are reaching out asking for your help with the vandalism that took place at The EndZone Bar & Grill on Grey Cup night.

Unfortunately the two gentlemen in the video were not happy with the “The KNEE” play in the Grey Cup and decided to take it out on our defenceless 75-inch TV located in the front foyer. Ideally, we are looking to get a hold of the disgruntled fans ASAP and have a conversation about replacing the damaged screen.

Please contact us at The EndZone Bar & Grill if you have any information on the above video. Once again we are just looking to replace the TV, nothing further, thank-you in advance and feel free to SHARE the above post.

After the Winnipeg Blue Bombers marched the field to score a go-ahead field goal with less than two minutes left, Hamilton needed only a field goal to win the game and walk away with their first Grey Cup trophy since 1999. Instead, returner Tim White took a knee in the end zone and conceded a single, making it a three-point contest.

The Ticats did march the field to tie the game, but Michael Domagala’s chip shot field goal could have been the winner instead of forcing overtime. As a result of the single, the Bombers got a chance to complete their comeback in the extra frame.

Bombers’ receiver Darvin Adams caught a touchdown pass from Zach Collaros on Winnipeg’s first possession before an interception by Kyrie Wilson sealed the 33-25 victory.