The series is tied 1-1 with the Remparts hosting Game 3 Tuesday night.
The Sagueneens led 7-1 when the trouble began at 19:32 of the second period, after Quebec forward Christophe Poirer and Chicoutimi centre Joel Champagne collided in the Remparts end.
A scrum immediately ensued and gloves quickly flew, with all 10 skaters on the ice eventually pairing off. As they fought, Jonathan Roy (son of hall of fame goalie Patrick Roy) skated to centre ice and appeared to challenge Chicoutimi goalie Bobby Nadeau to a fight.
Officials prevented him from skating down but they eventually left him to deal with other fights, freeing Roy to skate to the other end of the ice and jump Nadeau, rip his mask off and begin pounding him.
Nadeau fell to the ice and curled up to protect himself as Roy kept punching him.
Once he was done beating on his opponent, Roy scowled at the crowd as he skated away and flipped the Centre Georges-Vezina crowd a couple of middle-finger gestures. Chicoutimi defenceman Sebastien Rioux then jumped Roy and another fight ensued.
Roy was assessed two fighting majors, a minor and two game misconducts while Nadeau was unpenalized. The teams combined for 120 minutes in penalties in all.