When Thomas Junta became concerned the boys’ play in his son’s hockey practice was getting too dirty, he told Michael Costin, who was supervising on the ice, to get a handle on the situation. When Costin refused, Junta stormed the ice and the two wrestled each other to the ground. Costin was beaten unconscious and passed away a couple days later from injuries sustained in the fight. Junta pleaded not guilty to manslaughter. Costin’s son was so overcome with grief he crawled into the casket at his father’s wake.