Four and a half years and $5 million later, the last of the Stanley Cup rioters have finally been sentenced.
The B.C. Criminal Justice Branch says the harshest of all rioter penalties was handed down on Friday.
William Fisher was handed 36 months in prison, while Jeffrey Milne got 32 months.
Both were found guilty of aggravated assault for beating up a Good Samaritan.
Branch spokesperson Gordon Comer calls the conclusion of all riot prosecutions a milestone.
“It was enormous amount of work. We are glad that these prosecutions have ended, and looking back we are pleased with the results.”
Three hundred people were charged after the June 2011 riot, after the Vancouver Canucks lost to Boston in Game Seven of the NHL playoffs.