Jan 5, 2002
Washington - Boston4-7

Summary Of Events
1  32:13  Rough  Simon-Stock
2  32:21  Fight  Peat-Stock
3  32:24  Fight  Sacco-Boynton
4  43:58  Fight  Zettler-Thornton

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Samuelsson
12959 fight reviews

Jun 14, 2014 09:04 ET
This happened after Stock checked Zettler into the board. Zettler elbowed Stock, then small scrum formed. Stock and Simon pushed and shoved during the scrum. No penalty call. Fun 
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 Stephen Peat 6'2'' 4230lb 30362510A Bit
 P.J. Stock 5'10'' 4200lb 30342210
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 Oneill.the.Giant
10963 fight reviews

Jan 10, 2009 15:56 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
This was to be one of the best fights of all time in hockey, if not the best.

It all started when Boston Bruins player P.J Stock hits Rob Zettler of Washington Capitals up against the benches. It was a clean hit but the Caps players are not happy with it, and one of the Caps enforcers Chris Simon comes over and has a few words with Stock. A lino stays in between them and more players get involved to form a scrum, there's lots of pushing and shoving but no punches were thrown.

Caps coach then says something to Stephen Peat on the Caps bench, and Peat hops over the boards and lines up beside Stock in a face off. Peat starts talking in Stock's ear and the puck is dropped by the referee. Stock goes to skate away but Peat holds him as they skate along the blue line in the Caps zone. Stock sees Peat is not letting him continue playing his shift without a fight, so the two drop the gloves and grab a hold of each other.

The crowd is up on their feet roaring loudly as the two fighters lock each other out at arms length at the start of the fight. Both guys are staring at each other with their right hands back ready to throw punches. Peat is first to throw and lands a good right hand on Stock, Stock throws a right hand back but misses with his punch. Peat throws another right, this does not look to land, and Stock switches hands so he is now left handed.

Stock starts throwing lefts while Peat starts throwing rights as the two go toe to toe. Both guys are landing freely and Peat knocks Stocks helmet flying with one of the opening punches of this exchange. Stock then catches Peat with a big left hand that rocks Peat. Stock follow that up with about five more big left hands that all land and Peat is in big trouble at this stage.

Peat then switches hands and comes back with some big left hands of his own, and Stock also switches hands and starts throwing right hands at Peat. Toe to toe they go again both landing good punches in the exchange, but again it's Stock who lands the better. They tie up for a second and grapple with each other for a few seconds, probable to catch their breath.

Peat looks the stronger in the clinch and positions Stock so he can throw some left hands at him. Peat fires about five good punches on Stocks face, with Stock taking the punches well as they bounce off his jaw. They then tie up with each other again, and both throw a few short punches in the inside as they clinch. Peat again looks the stronger in the clinches, and as he pulls his left arm free he lands another five good punches on Stock's face.

Stock responds with a good right hand that lands on Peat's jaw, and the two go toe to toe again. Stock is throwing with his right arm and Peat is throwing with his left arm in this exchange. The punches are not as fast or hard in this exchange as they were earlier in the fight, but this isn't a surprise because no one could of kept that pace up the whole fight. They land about five punches each in this spell of toe to toe fighting.

They are clearly done now as they grab onto each other at the end of the last exchange of punches, and the lino's see this and come in to split up this magnificent fight. Stock turns around after the lino's let him go and puts his hand up in the air to the cheers of the home crowd. All the players on the ice go over to their team's guy and congratulate them for the performance in the fight. The crowd is buzzing as the two players enter the penalty boxes were you see both are clearly marked up, with Stock having a cut under his right eye which is dripping blood.

This is one of the best fights of all time and both guys deserve a medal for this performance. I hate to give a winner in a fight like this but I'm going to give P.J Stock the narrow win here, as he lands the better punches in the early exchanges of this fight. Any lesser fighter would have gone down from the bombs Stock landed early on, but not only did Peat take them, he came back and landed some big shots of his own. Still Stock did enough at the start to take the narrow win in this fight.

Again I have to say what a great fight this was, one of the best of all time for sure.

Narrow win Stock.
 BattleshipRules
12244 fight reviews

Jul 3, 2014 20:04 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
This was a tremendous fight and one of the very best in NHL history. Peat and Stock were two volume punchers who liked to go toe-to-toe. They had a war for the ages on this occasion. Both men used every drop of energy in this thrilling contest.

The men went off a couple of seconds after the faceoff. Peat went with right hands early on. Stock missed a right hand and decided to go with lefts because Stephen had a good grip on the right arm. There were three great toe-to-toe exchanges in this fight.

Peat started off the first exchange by landing two decent blows and missing a shot. He landed five straight solid punches. P.J. landed three solid lefts and missed a few punches. He landed a good blow and a pretty good shot. Stephen appeared to be stunned and he stopped punching for several seconds.

Stock went wild with left hands. He landed a good shot, missed a punch, and landed a solid connect. He landed a pretty good blow, missed a punch, and landed a pretty good shot. Peat regained his composure and was ready for the second toe-to-toe exchange. P.J. got the better of the first round.

Stephen missed a blow and landed an average left. He missed a shot and landed a solid connect. He missed a blow and landed a solid shot. He missed two punches. He landed an average blow and missed two shots. Stock switched to throwing rights. He landed an average blow and a solid connect. He landed two pretty good shots, landed two solid blows, and landed a pretty good shot. Peat clinched and missed a punch. P.J. missed a blow.

P.J. had the lead and won the first two rounds. Peat found a reserve of energy deep down and had an excellent finish. Stephen began to throw rights as he had some bullets left in that gun. He landed three pretty good lefts, landed a solid blow, and landed a pretty good shot. Stock looked a bit weary at this point and his blows weren't as accurate and powerful as earlier in the bout.

P.J. missed a few punches and landed a solid blow. He missed a few blows and landed a solid punch. He was running on empty, but his competitive spirit and fire were still going strong. The spirit was willing, but the flesh was weak towards the end. Stephen landed three solid blows. P.J. clinched and the refs stopped the bout. Neither man had anything left. Peat finished strong and clearly won round three.

To say this was a great fight was an understatement. I rate this as a narrow win for Stock, although it is hard to call anyone the loser here. Both guys comported themselves like men and displayed gallantry beyond what is seen in a typical hockey fight.

I thought P.J got the better of the first two blistering toe-to-toe exchanges. He had Peat hurt towards the end of round one. Stephen stopped punching for several seconds. In my mind, this was the difference in the close contest. Stephen finished the fight in a very strong fashion, but P.J. managed to land a couple of effective shots in the last exchange. He was more weary than hurt. Peat landed a number of powerful blows, but I thought Stock did more damage with his punches overall.

I can see the bout being called a draw, but in a long fight like this, there is often a pivotal moment. I thought that Stock hurt Peat towards the end of round one and that stood out to me as being the primary reason I gave P.J. the decision.

Stock and Peat gave a performance for the ages. This bout reminds me of the rivalry between Micky Ward and Arturo Gatti. They were good fighters and not great fighters. However, they had classic wars that will never be forgotten. Every time it looked like Ward was done, he would find a reserve of strength and pound Gatti beyond the usual capacity to absorb punishment. The same was true when Arturo got Micky in trouble. He hit him so hard his hands hurt. I remember him holding his hands out and saying to himself, "What is keeping this guy up."

A great fight doesn't need to have all-time greats involved. When you have two evenly-matched guys who have the style necessary to wage war on the ice, that is the recipe for greatness. People will forget better fighters than Stock and Peat, but these two will always be remembered for their uncommon valor displayed in this bout.

Stock and Peat were cut from the same cloth. Both were gladiators who were rarely in a bad fight. This was most entertaining. I remember the buzz whenever Stock got into a bout when he played for the Bruins. People talked about his big fights at the water cooler the next day. His popularity for a couple of years was incredible. P.J. annoyed some observers by waving to the crowd. I don't think it was ever meant to disrespect an opponent. It was a gesture of respect to the fans. He waved win, lose, or draw. The gesture was never done in the direction of an opponent. It was always directed at the crowd. No one who ever paid to watch Stock or Peat ever failed to get his or her money's worth.
 kmooney00
33 fight reviews

Aug 25, 2006 14:25 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Great, long fight! Definitely one of the best. Right up there with Jonathan vs Bouchard and McSorley vs Probert.

This is the second of three great fights between these two, and you can see the respect Stock has earned from the bigger Peat during the first fight, where Stock seemed to take Peat by surprise.

As this one starts, Peat lays back a little and waits for Stock to set up. Once Stock gets his position, he start pistoning lefts, but Peat is waiting, and he starts pistoning rights. Both fighters connect on several hard punches.

In my opinion, Stock takes the fight during the next few seconds. As Peat takes a break to hold on, Stock continues to piston unanswered lefts from both high and low, landing some of the most devastating punches in the fight.

Things even out again, as Stock switches to righty, and Peat switches to lefty, and both begin pistoning again from the other side.

Great fight which would have been a perfect draw had Peat not paused in the middle. Two of the toughest chins in the game. How they are both standing at the end I'll never know. What's even more amazing is that Stock was probably a little winded from being in the middle/end of a shift, while Peat had just come onto the ice.
 Tsunami
334 fight reviews

Feb 15, 2009 22:31 ET
Draw Fun 
10
The definition of a 10 review: It doesn't get any more exciting.

Rough-and-tumble Boston forward PJ Stock throws a strong hit on a Capitals player near the Bruins bench. After the whistle Stock is grabbed by another Capital. The refs break it up and the camera zooms to the Washington bench, where it shows Stephen Peat hop over the boards. Peat and Stock line up next to each other on the faceoff and exchange words after the puck is dropped.

Eventually the two enforces drop the gloves and hold to each other. Peat gets his right free, just as Stock gets his left and they go toe-to-toe for about six seconds each player landing about eleven punches. They hold on briefly and go at it again each landing nine. Both fighters are very tired at this point and it is obvious when they go for their third toe-to-toe. Stock throws eight but fails to land a strong punch, and Peat throws nine and lands maybe just one good one. The refs come in and the one of the greatest fights in the history of the NHL comes to an end.

This fight not only sparked the hockey fight world it sparked the fans in the Bruin Stadium. The stadium was erupting as punch after punch landed. It sounded like the Bruins had just won the Stanley Cup. You can see the emotion in the fans as all of the quickly rise and begin to shout and stay standing for a lengthy time after. The fans were energized the rest of the game and the Bruins went on to romp the Capitals.

I have to give this a draw because the fight, itself, was a draw and was too close to call. But there was a different edge to Stock, he energized the fans and his team which ultimately won him the big prize, the game.
 SarcasticPillow
18771 fight reviews
114 fight logs

Jul 17, 2010 20:54 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
There's some rough stuff after a whistle and Boston Bruins' enforcer, P.J. Stock is in the middle of it. Officials settle things and while Stock remains on the ice, the Washington Capitals put out heavyweight, Stephen Peat. Peat and Stock line up next to each other for the faceoff and soon after the puck drops, they shed their mitts. At first they just grab on and stare at each other but Peat misses a right and then misses another right as Stock gets his left hand free and pumping while Peat continues to throw the rights. During the toe-to-toe trading, Stock throws eight lefts and lands seven of them while Peat throws eight rights and lands five, knocking off Stock's helmet in the early going but getting stunned by Stock and forced to stop throwing and duck later on. Stock doesn't stop throwing though and connects with six of eight more lefts he throws as Peat just stays idle. Peat recovers however and then comes back with lefts, going toe-to-toe with Stock again. Peat throws ten lefts and lands five as Stock switches hands and continues, throwing eight rights and landing six, and again stunning Peat in the process. They go in tight and wrestle with Stock missing a left and then Peat missing two rights. Then yet again, Peat and Stock exchange toe-to-toe, Peat landing three of five lefts and Stock landing two of three rights. They wrestle a little bit more and Peat connects with a right before Stock misses a right. They stand back then and trade toe-to-toe for yet another time. Stock throws eight rights and lands four as Peat throws ten lefts and lands five, throwing stronger and bigger than Stock who has a bit of trouble keeping his balance. Then with both men completely exhausted, the linesmen come in and bring the fight to its end. Stock raises an arm to the cheering hometown crowd while his face is a small bit marked up. Peat is congratulated by his teammates on his way to the box. This was an extremely great fight, an absolute toe-to-toe slugfest with both guys pounding away on the other. Stock was more active and got in slightly more and more effective punches but credit is definitely deserved by Peat too. Just an action filled fight between two tough customers.
 FlyersHawks
25 fight reviews
10 fight logs

Oct 7, 2002 14:44 ET
Stephen Peat narrow win Fun 
10
The venue? Boston's Fleet Centre. The event? Stephen Peat vs. P.J. Stock II. After a break in play during which Stock has words with Chris Simon, Stephen Peat jumps on and lines up next to P.J. Stock on the next face-off. A few seconds after the puck's dropped they both drop the gloves and get set to go toe-to-toe! Peat starts with rights and Stock with lefts, then they both switch hands after a few seconds and continue to land punches at will. With Peat having landed the harder shots they are both now tired and hang on for a few seconds taking a breather before resuming their slugfest, again it's Peat firing the left and Stock countering with his right. It looks like it was in this late exchange of punches that Peat cut Stock under his right eye. The result was a win for Peat but most will just remember this as the Fight of the Year for 2001/2002! A fantastic fight.
 Owned33
436 fight reviews
1 fight log

May 12, 2007 16:17 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
They start off near the boards. And right after they both drop the gloves Peat gets 3 punches in(not all of them landing). Right after that they go toe-to-toe beautifully. After they go toe-to-toe Stock is still firing away while Peat stops for a couple of seconds as Stock is STILL firing away. Peat then begins to fire away again after they throw about 10 punches each they both switch hands. After they switch hands they throw about 20 punches then they begin to slow down. The refs then come in to break it up. A classic fight to remember.
 Rich-Scotty
10 fight reviews

May 12, 2007 18:25 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
It started at Washington's blue line right after a face-off and Washington's left winger (Stephan Peat) started chirping Boston's right winger (P.J. Stock).

Peat started to push Stock so Stock did the same back to Peat. So this lead to a little wrestling hold on each other. So they both dropped the gloves and it looked like Peat was giving him one last chance to skate away before he punched him. But Stock did not back away so Peat punched him but Stock started punching him back. They both just kept throwing punch after punch after punch until Stock's helmet got knocked off by one of Peat's punches to the head. But that did not stop Stock at all, he just kept on punching at Peat's face. He kept doing that and when Peat put his head down for a second Stock gave him a good uppercut right in the face. Then Peat finally started punching Stock again but Stock just would not stop.

Finally (knowing he was going to lose) Peat put Stock into a wrestling move but Stock still wouldn't stop until he got tired (which was like 3 punches after he got put in that move). Then Peat got his energy back and started to punch Stock again so Stock did the exact same to Peat. Peat kept trying to hit Stock put he kept on getting blocked. Then, completely out of energy they both stopped punching and the ref broke it up.

If the ref didn't Stock would have probably beat him by a decisive win, TKO, or KO. Amazing how much punches both of them took without falling.
 re
9305 fight reviews

May 27, 2007 16:45 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
One of the better fights of all-time but what else could you expect from these two. They drop the gloves off the draw and lock up. Peat lands one right, Stock misses one right back then it starts. A toe to toe of eight quick punches, Stock with the left, Peat with the right. Stock connected on more of them as lots of Peat's missed and hit side of the head and Stock's were mostly hitting face. Peat grabbed on and ducked his head down where he took eight rights. Peat switched to his left and started firing landing some good punches. Stock switched back to his right and began landing the better shots as they went toe to toe. They tie up for a couple seconds both land some short rapid shots. They started going toe to toe again Stock with rights, Peat with lefts. Peat looked to be throwing harder punches but Stock landed his cleaner. They locked up for a split second and the linesmen came in.

Edge Stock in this great fight. 10/10 both going toe to toe both landing bombs both switching hands.
 BullCut
24 fight reviews

Jun 27, 2008 20:48 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
This is one of the best fights I have ever seen.

This fight begins with Peat and Stock exchanging words by the blue line. They finally decide to drop the gloves and they both start unloading bombs onto each other. Early on, Stock gets his helmet knocked off, but he still keeps unloading onto Stock. For most of the fight, it's an even fight. Neither of them letting up. Until....
Stock is able to catch Peat off guard and hammers him with alot of hard shots to the head. Stock is able to regain himself and starts throwing again. It goes back to bomb after bomb, toe-to-toe action, with neither of them letting up. Peat is then able to get Stock in a somewhat headlock and start punching him. Stock recovers and starts punching again. Again, it goes back to bomb after bomb, toe-to-toe action, even fight. Still, neither of them letting up. After a few more punches, the refs step in and break it up. As Stock goes to the Penalty Box, he recieves a standing ovation (spell check).

I think Stock won this round because early on in the fight, he was able to get a huge combo on Peat. I think that's when Peat started to lose the fight.
mullet
19505 fight reviews

Nov 14, 2004 11:10 ET
Draw Fun 
10
One of the best fights I've ever seen.
inokwaybo
88 fight reviews

Feb 20, 2005 03:55 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
I think none fight ever can be so fun like this one. Ive been always like P.J Stock because he always go toe-to-toe fights, quickly punches. Anyway I will say that Stock won because he fire more then Peat (and his punches found right).
Hurls34
440 fight reviews

May 18, 2005 22:11 ET
Draw Fun 
10
These guys show how its done!
mofor
908 fight reviews

Aug 30, 2005 13:58 ET
Draw Fun 
10
great fight, listening to Darren Pang's voice of his exression was priceless.
HOLY SH JUMPIN.
dpinzow
184 fight reviews

Nov 23, 2005 09:57 ET
Draw Fun 
10
This is one of the top 5 fights in NHL history...enough said.
drwdan19
1250 fight reviews

Jan 20, 2006 22:49 ET
Stephen Peat narrow win Fun 
10
hb11
3927 fight reviews

Feb 11, 2006 12:10 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Whenever we read 2 guys got 5 minutes for fighting, this is the kind of fight we hope for. Stock early with the rapidfire lefts and Peat maybe slight edge late as Stock's punches finally lost steam at the end. Stock had a small cut on his forehead and another under his eye but as they say you sometimes have to take a few to give a few. Both did and it was an awesome fight.
gooftick
668 fight reviews

Mar 11, 2006 08:06 ET
Draw Fun 
10
A ton of punches thrown I can't give a winner in a great toe to toe fight like this one.
Gazza51
38 fight reviews

Jun 8, 2006 16:00 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Arguably the greatest fight of all time. Toe-Toe action with no man backing down, It was like Probert Coxe!
MarceloNyman
6 fight reviews

Jun 9, 2006 16:34 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Best fight in hockey history! I love P.J.Stock, that's why he gets the win in this.
Matteo
73 fight reviews

Jun 10, 2006 11:09 ET
Draw Fun 
10
This is the best fight I've seen in my whole life. Just listen the crowd and Darren Pang, priceless. The fans get up after the fight and Rolston gave a little "tap" to Stock. Wow !
pindude61
119 fight reviews

Jul 12, 2006 12:07 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Best fight in a long time.Old school NHL. Both just throwing bombs and no defence. Can't give the win to anybody. Draw.
14shanahan14
440 fight reviews

Jul 15, 2006 07:44 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Both are senselessly beating the shit out of the other. An amazing fight. Stock was cut under his left eye.
Hogie2
909 fight reviews

Jul 22, 2006 11:50 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
had to change it after seeing it a few more times with stock landing more and peat throwing mostly blindly
EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Oct 14, 2006 21:40 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Both guys trade punches at a furious pace, like jackhammers. P.J. has the edge in the first half of the fight but Peat finishes strongly. Both are winners in this great slugfest.
Streit32
23 fight reviews

Dec 4, 2006 08:56 ET
Draw Fun 
10
i mustnt say anything.
just unbelievable.
72 punches in 34 seconds.
more than 2 punches per second
Cementhead
147 fight reviews

Dec 18, 2006 21:08 ET
Draw Fun 
10
What a great battle between Stock and Peat!These guys know how to throw em!!Stock did have a cut under the eye but still a draw.
freakyf
81 fight reviews

Jan 12, 2007 17:01 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Best fight I ever seen
NP19133
268 fight reviews

Jan 18, 2007 10:50 ET
Draw Fun 
10
One of the best fights of all time.
Turner17
975 fight reviews

Jan 24, 2007 14:42 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Zdeno
932 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2007 13:59 ET
Draw Fun 
10
An unreal fight.One of the best
ShootFace
1689 fight reviews
1 fight log

Mar 25, 2007 12:16 ET
Draw Fun 
10
You just can't hand out winners in a fight like this. Definately one of the greatest NHL fights ever, top 5.
CDD
4414 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Mar 25, 2007 12:50 ET
Stephen Peat narrow win Fun 
10
one of the best fights ever, Peat definatly lands better as most of Stock's punches where landing on the helmet of Peat but none the less great fight from both and Stock ends up bloody.
Malt
203 fight reviews

May 24, 2007 22:46 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
We have all seen this slugfest, and I give Stock the narrow victory due to a series of 6 or 7 lefts that Peat doesn't respond to. There is another section of the fight where Peat lands 3 or 4 in a row, but nort with the accuracy or speed that Stock landed with. One of the best fights ever.
Hietanen
558 fight reviews

Nov 26, 2007 06:53 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
ScrappyDoo
382 fight reviews

Dec 16, 2007 03:11 ET
Draw Fun 
10
They line up next to each other on the draw and at first Stock doesn't look interested but Peat follows him and they drop the gloves. They start off Peat throwing big rights and Stock throwing big lefts. Then Peat starts throwing big lefts and Stock switches to rights. Both guys landed many punches in one of the most entertaining fights of all time.
devils4history
154 fight reviews

Jan 1, 2008 21:18 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
wowowowow!

probably the best fight in NHL History! they both wouldnt stop punching!
FlagsFan
1225 fight reviews

May 13, 2008 14:14 ET
Draw Fun 
10
koivu8
3 fight reviews

Jul 10, 2008 06:25 ET
Draw Fun 
10
ONE OF THE BEST FIGHTS!!!!!!
they throw so many punches....at the end they must be dead. PJ Stock is ahead at the beginning but then Stephen Peat answers.
Rob666
499 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Jan 5, 2009 00:40 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Stock does such a good job and lands more punches. Amazing fight possibly the best ever in my book toe-to-toe. It doesn't get any better than this.
mark9558
297 fight reviews

Mar 20, 2009 09:30 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Andy7
429 fight reviews

Apr 12, 2009 16:13 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Cracking, both guys going at it taking shot after shot just to throw them!!
PJ Stock gets the win though for better punches landed imo!!

Edit: Made it a 10 seeing as I was the only one who gave it a 9!!
mi44
547 fight reviews

Jul 28, 2009 17:37 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Best fight ive ever seen
GMRWings1983
100 fight reviews

Oct 29, 2009 11:30 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
One of the best fights in NHL history. Both guys throwing toe to toe. Have to give the edge to Stock, because he seemed to land more early in the fight.
Barch007
680 fight reviews

Nov 27, 2009 14:05 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
The greatest toe to toe fighter of all-time, the toughest pound for pound fighter or all-time, in one the greatest fight battles on the ice, epic!
Dbnffc
31 fight reviews

Feb 14, 2010 05:12 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Stock narrow win mainly due to the fact that he threw some massive punches and connected with most in the early stages. Peat did start to come back into it with some big ones but didn't connect with all. Stock, for me, just edges it. Great fight!
pikkari1977
1537 fight reviews

Jul 29, 2011 23:41 ET
Draw Fun 
9
FrAn6
3442 fight reviews

Aug 18, 2011 21:45 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
One of the best fights I've ever seen
CCCC
719 fight reviews

Oct 3, 2011 09:16 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Just an aweosme fight both throw endless punches
weylax09
329 fight reviews

Nov 4, 2011 12:17 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
best fight of all time, this is the definition of toe to toe. Amazing fight
SmokesLetsGo
4775 fight reviews

Dec 12, 2011 23:24 ET
Draw Fun 
10
PJ Stock early, and Stephen Peat late in probably the best hockey fight ever. If either of these two were to have their individual portion of this fight at any other time, they would certainly get a win. Great T2T scrap for the ages
no1steeler
1872 fight reviews

Mar 8, 2012 03:05 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
FightsOfHockey
4962 fight reviews

Dec 18, 2012 16:30 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Miracle4
374 fight reviews

Feb 19, 2013 19:46 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
One of the best fights ever
uppercut24
639 fight reviews

Feb 26, 2013 00:07 ET
Draw Fun 
10
They both exchange 2 rights, then Stock starts throwing quick left hands as Peat throws right. It looks like Peat gets hurt as he stops throwing punches but Stock never stops throwing lefts. Then Peat starts throwing again as Stock switches to his right and starts throwing, all of this is Toe-to-Toe. They grab on for a couple seconds and then start going T2T again for another 12 punches each, Peat starts lands some tired but big punches and Stock seems tired and the refs jump in. Way too close to call, Stock wins the first half as Peat wins the second. One of the best fights of all time. Draw.
Killahpunk
1947 fight reviews

May 5, 2013 10:15 ET
Draw Fun 
10
An epic T2T battle. Stock was a machine and could throw all day and Peat was no slouch either. This fight was not only Fight of the year but might of been the best fight of the decade. No losers in this fight with each guy landing a bunch of punches, including some hard shots. Draw in the fight, win all the fans.
Snowflake24
476 fight reviews

Aug 22, 2013 06:08 ET
Draw Fun 
9
PJ stock and Stephen peat drop the gloves and begins throwing punches wildly back and forth action great fight seemed like no one really got the better of the other so I say a draw
scottygiroux
733 fight reviews

Sep 4, 2013 00:36 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
Not much to say that hasn't been said about this one. Stock really snapped Peat's head back with a left early, then with a right later on. Peat stung him with a couple too, obviously, but Stock just a bit better IMO.
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Nov 12, 2013 13:07 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Murray3
5349 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2013 16:42 ET
Draw Fun 
10
TheDanLine
9632 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2014 11:13 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Gem1996
69 fight reviews

Mar 25, 2014 18:24 ET
Draw Fun 
10
This is the best fight the NHL saw in the 2001-02 season and probably the best before the lockout. This was a rematch as they had both went at it earlier on in the season. They both threw huge bombs at each other which no one would want to be on the receiving end of. This was a long lasting affair which is tough to do. This was a set up fight as they were jawing at each other right from the get go. Overall this has to be one of the best fights the NHL has ever saw in its history.
LoKoL
1159 fight reviews

Oct 30, 2014 22:52 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
This is easily becoming just a classic t2t. Stock landed better shots for the narrow win, but holy crap, what a bout these two had!
TheGlovesAreDropped
165 fight reviews

Nov 4, 2014 16:24 ET
Draw Fun 
10
I hope we will see that kind of fight nowadays in the NHL. Complete toe to toe and it was punch for punch. No clear winner here.

Draw and a 10 fun factor !
itsJ.Millertime
9382 fight reviews

Nov 13, 2015 16:00 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
dboo
9 fight reviews

Aug 20, 2016 04:50 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
10
One of the best hockey fights. Stock with a narrow win
supersonic
3652 fight reviews

Oct 4, 2016 10:14 ET
Draw Fun 
10
bigtimeboys88
5 fight reviews

Jan 11 17:55 ET
P.J. Stock narrow win Fun 
8
great fight fists were flying
Brassknux
136 fight reviews

Apr 9 22:11 ET
Draw Fun 
10
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blitz36
Dec 31, 2007 22:39 ET
Complete video of one of the best fights ever without the lame background music. Oh, and by the way, SABRESFAN; you're an idiot.

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Gazza51
Apr 30, 2008 08:36 ET
I don't see how anyone cannot give this fight to Stock unbiasedly if they actually saw it!
He landed the better punches it was obvious too me clear win Stock but for some reason no one can review it anymore!
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devils4history
Jul 3, 2008 18:35 ET
PJ Stock looks so much like ben affleck! stock played in boston, affleck is from boston!!Reply
SarcasticPillow
Dec 31, 2008 17:02 ET
The fight.

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XelaD2
Feb 15, 2009 22:37 ET
I cant stop watching this fight, I smile every time I watch this because its so amazing.. wowww I wish more fights were like this!Reply
clackson3
Feb 16, 2009 17:41 ET
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chrisY2J
Mar 20, 2009 10:03 ET
Oneill.the.Giant: it was a pleasure to read your review of this amazing fight. Nice work.Reply
Oneill.the.Giant
Mar 20, 2009 10:12 ET
Cheers when I see a fight like this I think its worth putting a bit of time into reviewing it..Reply
chrisY2J
Mar 20, 2009 10:19 ET
I agree!Reply
Steelesman10
Apr 13, 2009 06:09 ET
This fight made my day...made my day...
made my day...
made my day...
made my day...
made my day...
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TheDanLine
Sep 10, 2010 13:54 ET
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NJfighter
Dec 20, 2011 09:30 ET
Wow, PJ got a small cut under his eye but i don't care. He won this one. It wa a narrow win,but still a win thought.I wish one of two these fought Fedoruk (the fridge). He would die literally.Reply
FrAn6
Jun 3, 2012 17:56 ET
Euh, look at Stephen Peat NHL fight card. He fought Fedoruk 4 times: 2 win, 1 loss, 1 draw.Reply
FrAn6
Jun 3, 2012 17:59 ET
Fedoruk was one of the best heavyweight fighters until 2006.Reply
TheDanLine
Jun 4, 2012 12:54 ET
Agreed.Reply
JimMcKenzie
Dec 15, 2012 16:26 ET
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DonaldBrashearowns
Nov 30 08:08 ET
Draw.
Stock looked a bit tired at the end.
Stock landed slightly more but draw.
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Fight at 32:24
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:14ThrownLanded   Big   
 Joe Sacco 6'1'' 1195lb 23621A Bit
 Nick Boynton 6'2'' 1218lb 231050
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12244 fight reviews

Jun 28, 2015 15:41 ET
Draw Fun 
6
Boynton and Sacco went off the draw. Joe missed a couple of rights. Nick missed a punch and landed an average blow. He missed a punch and landed a solid shot. Sacco landed an average shot and two solid lefts. Boynton missed a few blows and landed a solid shot. Joe missed a punch and slipped to the ice.

I rate this as a draw. I think Sacco landed a few effective shots in this one and Boynton did as well. Both men landed with pop from what I saw.
FlyersHawks
25 fight reviews
10 fight logs

Oct 7, 2002 14:27 ET
Nick Boynton narrow win Fun 
5
With the crowd still on their feet from the Peat/Stock fight Boynton and Sacco have a go at the next face-off. Some wild punches thrown in this one with Boynton landing more before they fall to the ice. Boynton is cut high on his forehead, possibly caused by his helmet.
no.7
1291 fight reviews
26 fight logs

Nov 15, 2004 15:08 ET
Draw Fun 
6
Boynton gets position on Sacco who throws some of his left hands blindly. Still, he manages to land the best punch of the fight, cutting Boynton. Boynton lands more punches, but fails to inflict damage which is why I call it a draw.
Hurls34
440 fight reviews

May 18, 2005 22:12 ET
Nick Boynton narrow win Fun 
6
Oneill.the.Giant
10963 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2014 12:20 ET
Nick Boynton clear win Fun 
5
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TheDanLine
Nov 12, 2013 21:30 ET
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Fight at 43:58
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:08ThrownLanded   Big   
 Rob Zettler 6'3'' 1202lb 33100None
 Joe Thornton 6'4'' 1235lb 33420
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 no.7
1291 fight reviews
26 fight logs

Nov 15, 2004 15:01 ET
Joe Thornton narrow win Fun 
3
They start sticking each other at center ice. This continues all the way into the Boston zone. As the play is stopped, they bump into each other and drop the gloves.

Thornton quickly get position on Zettler and throws several right hands to the back of the head, landing a couple before they fall down together.
mullet
19505 fight reviews

Jun 25, 2005 07:25 ET
Joe Thornton narrow win Fun 
2
Not much, Thornton throws a few to the back of the helmet and wrestles Zettler down.

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