NHL players A.J. Greer, Sonny Milano arrested in NYC brawl

Two NHL hockey players were arrested early Sunday for a brawl over a Manhattan nightclub bill, police sources told the Post.

Sonny Milano, who plays for the Columbus Blue Jackets, and A.J. Greer, who plays for the Colorado Avalanche, were inside an apartment on W. Houston Street near Sullivan Street in Greenwich Village at about 6:30 a.m. when they got into a fight with a 28-year-old man, the sources said.

The trio was allegedly arguing over a bill that had been paid an hour earlier at the celeb-frequented Chelsea nightclub 1 Oak, the sources said.

The dispute turned physical, and the two players allegedly assaulted the man, who suffered jaw and rib pain and injuries to the neck and bicep. He called cops but refused medical attention.

Milano and Greer were arrested for the attack and brought to the 6th Precinct station house, according to sources.

The two were being charged with assault, the sources said.