Apr 13, 1967
SF,  Game 4
Montreal - NY Rangers2-1 OT

Summary Of Events
1  5:10  Fight  Harper-Fleming
2  32:28  Rough  Backstrom-Marshall
3  64:42  Fight  Harris-Hadfield

Fight at 5:10
Duration 0:10ThrownLanded   Big   
 Terry Harper 6'1'' 3197lb 7N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Reg Fleming 5'10'' 3190lb 7N/AN/AN/A
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Mar 15 13:42 ET
Reg Fleming decisive win Fun 
During a scrum, Harper and Fleming square off and fight. Fleming misses a right hand under which Harper ducks. Terry loses his balance and falls to his, instantly turtling on Fleming. Reg seizes the opportunity and lands a big right to his head. On his knees, Harper grabs onto Fleming who lets up and the fight is over.

The beginning of the fight is missing, but the end is visible and a decisive victory for Fleming is an accurate call. Harper sort of turtled and Fleming had him in a bad spot. Reg landed at least one big shot which was visible in the video evidence.
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Mar 15 19:29 ET
Reg Fleming decisive win Fun 
I agree with the call by JagrBombs. Harper was one of the poor fighters in the NHL, though a very willing combatant. Terry went down quickly and it appeared that it was a slip. Fleming threw a hay maker and it just missed. Harper went to his knees and Reg landed a pretty good right hand. The jersey was also up over Terry's head and the officials came in to intervene.

I rate this as a decisive win for Fleming. Harper was in a bad spot when the officials stepped in.
Oct 14, 2017 20:59 ET
From The Globe and Mail:
Rangers' Reg Fleming gave Canadiens' defenceman Terry Harper a decisive whipping in a first period bout. Harper wore a large bruise on the right side of his face for the remainder of the game, but his aggressive play didn't diminish.

Harper (major, fighting), Fleming (major, fighting), Rochefort (holding) 5:10;
Mar 4 18:43 ET


Rough at 32:28
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 Ralph Backstrom 5'10''  165lb 5N/A
 Don Marshall 5'10''  160lb 5
Oct 14, 2017 21:04 ET
From The Globe and Mail:
Even such career noncombatants as Don Marshall and Ralph Backstrom became embroiled in a spat in the second period.

Marshall (roughing), Backstrom (2, slashing, roughing) 12:28;
Oct 15, 2017 04:56 ET
From La Presse (translated through Google):
Defenseman Terry Harper, for his part, had to recall the bad times he spent under the rush of Reggie Fleming's punches in the first period.
"I lost the boxing bout but we reached the final series. Not Fleming," Harper said.
Ted Harris also lost a boxing bout at the hands of Vic Hadfield while the referees ruled that the match between Ralph Backstrom and Don Marshall had been a draw.

Fight at 64:42
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Ted Harris 6'2'' 2175lb 1N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Vic Hadfield 6'0'' 2174lb 1N/AN/AN/A
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