Nov 23, 1989
Toronto - Boston0-6

Summary Of Events
1  37:19  Rough  Clark-Galley
2  37:19  Fight  Kordic-Sweeney
3  43:27  Cheap Shot  Clark-Thelven
4  43:30  Fight  Clark-Neely
5  47:53  Scrum   4 players 
6  52:36  Fight  Kordic-Thelven
7  52:36  Line Brawl   10 players 
8  52:36  Fight  Franceschetti-Joyce

Rough at 37:19
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Duration 0:10
 Wendel Clark 5'11'' 1198lb 4None
 Garry Galley 6'0'' 1202lb 4
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Feb 20, 2017 11:15 ET
Wendel Clark is pinned to the corner boards while carrying the puck up the wing by Garry Galley. Galley presses Clark there but then lets up and then Clark gives Galley two shoves right in the face. Galley ducks his head and pins Clark back to the boards as Clark tries to push off Galley's helmet and visor. Clark then attempts a facewash of Galley but then linesmen get between them and they break apart. Fun 
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Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:27 ET
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Fight at 37:19
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Duration 0:10ThrownLanded   Big   
 John Kordic 6'1'' 2220lb 20311None
 Bob Sweeney 6'3'' 2200lb 20000
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Jun 13 16:37 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
There's some rough stuff after the whistle late in the second period of a blowout game, mainly between Wendel Clark and Garry Galley but everyone on the ice gathers around. John Kordic is there and gives Allen Pederson a shove but then pairs off with Bob Sweeney. Kordic and Sweeney move behind the net and there Kordic drops the gloves but Sweeney chooses not to drop them and just hangs onto Kordic. Kordic shoves a hand into Sweeney's face, pushing his head back and preventing Sweeney from getting in tight. Sweeney loses his footing and goes to the ice beneath Kordic who drops down on top. They wrestle there but then Kordic throws three fast lefts, landing one to the face before he's wrestled off of Sweeney by a referee. As Kordic skates off, Sweeney stays down on the ice, clearly shaken up. Decisive win for Kordic.
 hb11
4473 fight reviews

May 12, 2006 08:58 ET
John Kordic clear win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Kordic wrestles Sweeney to the ice and throws 3 punches while the official tries to break it up. The first appear to miss or graze at most and the third punch is a solid left to the face.
 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

Jun 25, 2006 11:24 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
If this fight isn't listed as "unfair" I have to call it decisive for Kordic. He and Sweeney are behind the net as the camera is focused on Wendel Clark looking for someone to fight with. We then see Kordic going after Sweeney and taking him to the ice, but it looks to me like Sweeney's gloves are still on, and Kordic throws three lefts into the side of the Sweeney's head as he's down, which causes Terry Gregson, the referee (not the linesmen) to step in and stop Kordic's attack. Again, no arguments for listing this as unfair since it was clear that Sweeney wanted nothing to do with Kordic, but when it's listed as a fight and the referee feels compelled to step outside his responsibilities and break it up it has to be decisive on that alone.
drwdan19
1250 fight reviews

May 26, 2006 19:06 ET
John Kordic clear win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Crap fight. Kordic pushes Sweeney down and throws a few.
mullet
19704 fight reviews

Nov 30, 2006 08:01 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Kordic takes Sweeney down and hammers him. One shot looked like it really hurt Sweeney.
michiann
3647 fight reviews

May 12, 2014 06:16 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
N/A
I'm not sure why this is called an unfair fight since there is no evidence of this. The camera initially shows a bunch of players scuffling followed by Sweeney bulldozing into Kordic and pushing him backward. At this point in time, Sweeney looks like a willing wrestler, so again, there's no evidence for rationalizing this as "Sweeney not having any intentions to fight". They then fall down to the ice with Kordic hovering over Sweeney while landing 2 helmetpunches followed by 1 facialpunch with the refs already piled into them. So, these punches cannot count in the evaluation. Draw.
itsJ.Millertime
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Apr 16, 2016 14:01 ET
John Kordic clear win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on Jun 1, 2007
Reason: Bob Sweeney never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Kordic throws and lands the only blows.
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Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:28 ET
:30
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Cheap Shot at 43:27
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Duration 0:01
 Wendel Clark  (Aggressor) 5'11'' 1198lb 18None
 Michael Thelven  (Victim) 6'0'' 1180lb 18
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Feb 20, 2017 11:16 ET
Michael Thelven is defending against Wendel Clark and knocks the puck from him. Angered, Clark follows Thelven across the ice and then suckerpunches him. Clark keeps the gloves on while striking Thelven right on the button with a big right hand. Thelven is floored and stays on the ice, obviously shaken up and hurting from the cheapshot. Clark skates away but is met quick by Cam Neely. Dirty play by Clark. He got the gloves up on Garry Galley earlier in the game but that wasn't much. This however was a deliberate suckerpunch since Thelven wasn't even looking at Clark when the punch was thrown. Emotion 
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Fight at 43:30
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Duration 0:07ThrownLanded   Big   
 Wendel Clark 5'11'' 3198lb 20431None
 Cam Neely 6'2'' 3218lb 20000
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Jul 15, 2007 08:43 ET
Wendel Clark decisive win Fun 
7
Clark runs a Boston player and hurts him Neely comes in and Clark gets his gloves off first. Clark got in two rights the second being a big one as Neely only had his left glove off and he swung with it on his way down. Clark ducked it and Neely was flat on the ice covering up where Clark was sure to land a left before the linesmen jumped in.

Decisive win Clark as Neely had to cover up in the end. No Unfair as Neely was the one who went after Clark, Clark was just quicker to the draw.
 BattleshipRules
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Aug 17, 2013 22:31 ET
Wendel Clark decisive win Fun 
6
Clark nailed Michael Thelven high and did some damage. Neely was looking for payback. Wendel was always quick on the draw and he had the gloves off before Cam. Neely missed a few gloved blows. Wendel landed a couple of solid blows and tackled Cam. He had Neely on the ice and he landed an average blow while he was down. The refs stepped in to make sure further punches didn't land.

I rate this as a decisive win for Clark. He got a bit of a jump on Neely. Cam was throwing gloved shots and didn't get his gloves off in time for the assault. I think it should be considered a fair fight because he went after Wendel in retaliation for the hit on Galley. The onus was on him to be ready for incoming fire.

Dave Reid was one of the analysts on the televised Boston feed. He talked with Clark in the intermission of the previous period about the chippy play on the ice. Wendel said he was upset because Michael Thelven had nailed him with a high stick under the chin earlier in the game.
 EC
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Apr 15, 2016 18:31 ET
Wendel Clark decisive win Fun 
6
Wendel Clark takes out Garry Galley with a hit and Galley stay down on the ice. Cam Neely comes in to take Clark to task for the hit. Clark gets his gloves off while Neely still has his on. Neely takes a few swings and connects with a couple of gloved punches. Unfortunately for him, Clark gets his right hand swinging away as well. Clark tags Neely with three rights, the 3rd punch a bomb which sends Neely down to the ice. Neely covers up and the linesmen jump in to rescue him from taking any further punishment.

There has been much debate about the fairness of the fight and whether or not Clark was in the wrong here. Personally I feel like you can't blame Wendel in this instance. Clark has Neely coming after him in retaliation for a hit, and Clark knew Cam can handle himself. Although Clark was known to get the jump on opponents, in this particular case he simply reacted to Neely coming after him. Neely chose to go after Clark so he should have been prepared for an attack. Neely wanted it and he certainly got it!

Clark pounded Neely to the ice with rights and the linesmen had to jump in to bail Neely out. This is a decisive win for Wendel Clark. It's a shame we couldn't see these two premier power forwards fight where both men were fully prepared. It would have likely been a beauty of a battle.
 SarcasticPillow
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Feb 20, 2017 11:16 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
6
Cam Neely sees Wendel Clark's suckerpunch on Michael Thelven and skates straight towards him. Clark sees Neely coming though and gets the stick up, crosschecking Neely while he throws his shoulder into Clark. Clark immediately drops the gloves but Neely doesn't, instead just trying to grab onto Clark with the gloves still on. Neely can't quite get a hold on Clark who's holding on with the left, ducking, and throwing two rights with one connecting on the helmet. Neely then gets his head up while wrapping his arms around Clark's head but then Clark lands a right to the jaw that drops Neely to the ice. Clark pounces atop of the fallen Neely and lands a left before the linesmen can get in and pry them apart. A TKO win for Clark but this was an unusual encounter between two of the best power forwards in the league. Neely clearly stepped in when he saw his teammate felled by a suckerpunch from Clark but Neely never dropped the gloves and only tried to grab hold of Clark. Clark did drop the gloves though and he didn't waste time throwing any punches, quickly dropping Neely with a nice right to the face.
habsfan1987
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Sep 9, 2005 17:57 ET
Wendel Clark clear win Fun 
7
Joonibal
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Nov 15, 2005 16:24 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
6
Clark runs someone, and Neely comes to the rescue. Unfortunately for Cam, Clark drops him with his 2nd or 3rd right in a quick fight.
drwdan19
1250 fight reviews

Apr 15, 2006 21:04 ET
Wendel Clark clear win Fun 
5
This may need to be called unfair. Neely still had his gloves on and was trying to duck all of Clark's punches.
Matteo
73 fight reviews

Jun 4, 2006 10:33 ET
Wendel Clark decisive win Fun 
4
As usually, Wendel Clark dropped his gloves first. If you watch carefully, you can see that Cam Neely haven't dropped his gloves. I call it unfair.
mullet
19704 fight reviews

Feb 14, 2008 12:12 ET
Wendel Clark clear win Fun 
3
Clark knocks down Thelven, Neely skates by Clark and Clark thinks Neely is going after him so he starts throwing punches at Neely. But Neely never even dropped his gloves. Win Clark in an unfair fight.
FrAn6
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Dec 2, 2011 15:40 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
5
michiann
3647 fight reviews

Mar 8, 2012 17:32 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
N/A
TKO, plain & simple. The video starts off with Clark throwing a swing that winds up just above the head of Neely. Clark follows that up quickly with his next swing which connects with Neely's face. This leveled Neely to the ice when it just vertically-collapses the legs of Neely ... bingo ... TKO. I can't see how anybody can call this differently.
Oneill.the.Giant
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Aug 26, 2014 16:27 ET
Wendel Clark clear win Fun 
5
itsJ.Millertime
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Apr 16, 2016 14:03 ET
Wendel Clark clear win Fun 
3
Some wild swings but not a whole lot lands, Clark gets a narrow win for landing more.
supersonic
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Feb 20, 2017 11:19 ET
Wendel Clark win by TKO Fun 
5
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hcanine
Jun 4, 2006 11:32 ET
Of course it's unfair, as many of Clark's fights were.Reply
drwdan19
Jun 5, 2006 08:13 ET
I believe this is an unfair fight. Did Clark sucker Neely, or did Cam never intend to fight back?Reply
oldtimegoodtime
Jun 5, 2006 09:24 ET
Wasn't unfair, Neely tried to respond with punches. Even though he still had his gloves on.Reply
hcanine
Jun 5, 2006 11:27 ET
Of course he had to defend himself, but, as you concede, he couldn't even get his gloves off...he was ambushed, plain and simple.Reply
MarkV
Jun 5, 2006 17:31 ET
Please enlighten us and tell us how they were unfair?????Reply
Westbendhockey
Jun 7, 2006 07:25 ET
I have to agree with Mark V (not on the name calling) but that just because Wendel got his gloves off faster than the other guy does not make him cheap. If you look at Wendel's career fight log there are almost no "UNFAIR" incidents. Earlier in his career Wendel was willing to drop the gloves with anyone, pretty much anytime. I have video of him making short work of Alan May. May knew a scrap was about to start but Wendel was just so fast getting his gloves off and getting down to business, that he overwhelmed May.
This ridiculous squaring off that seemingly everyone does now, never used to be part of the game, and was generally reserved only for real heavyweight battles. Wendel didn't go for the squaring off, he just dropped the mitts and started firing punches - nothing cheap about that - that's how fighting is supposed to be.
I think you will need to cite some examples to support your arguement that Wendel was cheap and don't use the Fetisov incidents, because that was retaliation for far cheaper moves by Fetisov.
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hcanine
Jun 7, 2006 08:06 ET
Thanks for your opinion (without the insults). To start, look at the above fight for an example. When I get a moment, I'll be happy to point out some more. One item though, there may be incidents that are unfair but not neccesarily called as such; we'll see. Anyway, I just can't agree that fighting is supposed to be that style; how can one justify an attack (I know he obviously didn't do this every time he fought) in which the opponent doesn't have adequate time to respond and make it a real contest? To me, that's an assault, not a fight. I have actually been on the receiving end of such an attack, and it's very frustrating: you're overwhelmed before you know what's happening, you're down, the "fight" is broken up, and you look like you just lost handily to someone you could have hurt in a true frontal confrontation.Reply
Westbendhockey
Jun 7, 2006 08:40 ET
You settle the attack with a rematch, if he won't drop the mitts, you pummel him anyway. In minor hockey I used to play against a guy who would always low bridge me - I would always call him out to have a go but he always declined - finally the last time he did it I went after him, he saw me coming but decided to turtle, so I pounded him into the ice anyway - he never even tried to check me after that.
I think the root of hockey fighting is the retaliation of an incident you deemed unjustified. Whether the other guy is willing to defend himself or not, does not matter. I do consider it cheap if a guy comes up from behind and attacks someone where they don't see it coming, but that's not the way Wendel was. I did not see this incident, so I can't comment, but I grew up a Leafs fan and saw many of Wendel's scraps, and I don't recall him ever jumping anyone who couldn't see it coming. He was fast getting the gloves off and always came out swinging. He had incredible balance, some tough guys do not - Mike Peluso was a great example of that, making it seem like they were defenseless and overwhelmed. I think fighting has become more of an orchestrated spectacle now, where we have the long square off and shake off all the equipment. The guys from the '80's and '90's usually never got into all of this. They tried to lock up and fire punches as soon as the gloves came off, even the non fighters.
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hcanine
Jun 7, 2006 09:01 ET
Well, one thing I can't disagree with is your comments about the way fighting has changed. I will concede that alot of the spontaneity and grit has gone out of hockey fighting, giving way to something of the spectacle described above. There is a point somewhere between the two ways of fighting that seems the best to me; I personally like a brief squareoff and an intense fight without the dancing. The fighting of old was arguably more entertaining because of its genuine intent and intensity, but at times there seemed to be an element of streetfighting thuggery. To me, this was an engaging part of the culture, but not always clean and fair. Well, Kocur is my all time favorite and I'm sure he wasn't always the picture of gentlemanly courtesy.Reply
14shanahan14
Apr 16, 2007 21:55 ET
This discussion wil never end. Just about every Clark fight was like this, but since the player ended up fighting back, its not unfair, which is ridiculous. I dont care if you come back and end up with a draw, the other player started attacking you first which isnt fair. But you cant call every Clark fight unfair on this site because, well, I dont know why. It would just look funny I guess lol.Reply
no.7
Jul 10, 2007 15:19 ET
I deleted MarkV's last post as it was too disgusting even for this site.

RedWingsWereTough,

You are wasting your time talking to him. Pretty much everyone here gave up on him because it's pointless. We don't need people like him on this site.
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no.7
Jul 10, 2007 16:43 ET
MarkV has been banned.Reply
hank
Aug 21, 2011 19:15 ET
I call this unfair. Neely went to Clarke but never threw his gloves off. Neely didn't get his glove off till the end. Clarke didn't drop Neely. According to Cam he was still suffering a broken nose but had to defend a teammate but wasn't looking for a fight. In my eyes this wasn't a fight but more of a cheap act by Clarke like he always did. Clarke drooped his gloves on Tuesday for a fight on Friday. In other words he always had his gloves off before the other guy knew there was a fight.Reply
TheDanLine
Mar 8, 2012 08:19 ET
Would you label this fight as "unfair"?Reply
mullet
Mar 8, 2012 09:54 ET
I think I would, but it's been a while when I saw the replay that showed the start of this fight. Hopefully someone can post a longer video. Most people probably would not call it unfair, so I'm not gonna start arguing about whether or not it is unfair.Reply
Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:32 ET
1:00
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Scrum at 47:53
Toronto PlayersBoston Players
Duration N/A  Lou Franceschetti  Rob Ramage     Lyndon Byers  Bob Joyce   
# Players Involved: 4
Blood: N/A
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Fight at 52:36
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Duration 0:06ThrownLanded   Big   
 John Kordic 6'1'' 1220lb 40520None
 Michael Thelven 6'0'' 1180lb 40000
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Aug 17, 2013 22:40 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Thelven was a marked man by the Leafs after the stick work he did on Wendel Clark earlier in the contest. Rambo Kordic came out for a shift and went after the Bruin offender. Thelven actually got his elbow up a bit in John's face which was an audacious move.

Rambo was irate at such disrespect from a guy who was nowhere the fighter he was. He started to fire right hands at him. Kordic landed a solid blow, missed a couple of punches, and landed a solid connect. A Bruin teammate sensed that Thelven was in way over his head. He jumped in as third-man-in and broke up the contest.

I rate this as a decisive win for Kordic. Thelven was starting to take punishment against an elite NHL heavyweight. The prognosis didn't look good going forward. A teammate bailed him out to keep him from taking a prolonged beating.
 SarcasticPillow
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Jun 13 16:37 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
John Kordic pursues a loose puck and tries to get down the boards past Michael Thelven but Thelven brings his elbow up, catching Kordic up high while pressing him against the boards. Kordic pushes off the boards and steps back from Thelven, dropping the gloves and grabbing him with the right. Thelven just covers up and puts his hands up to defend himself as Kordic throws five lefts, landing two before being grabbed by Greg Hawgood. Other players jump in, creating a big pile up along the boards and the linesmen enter in as well. The linesmen get to Kordic and Thelven pretty fast and break them up with Thelven yelling at Kordic as he's escorted away. They both go to the box as more rough stuff breaks out in the mini-brawl, including a fight between Lou Franceschetti and Bob Joyce. However in the penalty boxes, Kordic and Thelven yell at each other and Kordic really wants a piece of Thelven. Kordic initially gets right up to the glass and pushes on it before going halfway over the boards. Kordic decides against leaving the box and continues yelling back and forth with Thelven. Later on, Kordic is taken out of the box and escorted to the dressing room by security, getting into it with some fans along the way. A clearly unfair fight since Thelven didn't fight back at all. Decisive win for Kordic.
JruGordon
411 fight reviews

Dec 24, 2004 21:57 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Clark had already knocked Thelvin down with a punch tonight...Kordic goes to check Thelvin, who has the puck against the boards by the blue line...Thelvin elbows Kordic, who turns around, drops his gloves, and pummels Thelvin...everyone jumped in...after a few seconds, Franceschetti and Joyce started fighting
mullet
19704 fight reviews

Nov 30, 2006 08:06 ET
John Kordic clear win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Good description above. After the fight Kordic challenged Thelven to come out of the penaltybox for round 2, but unfortunately Thelven didn't. Kordic was ready to go and he almost came out of the penaltybox.
supersonic
5812 fight reviews

Feb 20, 2017 11:20 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
itsJ.Millertime
11658 fight reviews

Apr 22, 2017 17:47 ET
John Kordic decisive win
Fight called Unfair by zolika on May 28, 2007
Reason: Michael Thelven never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Kordic again throws and lands the only blows.
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Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:34 ET
Boston feed
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Line Brawl at 52:36
Toronto PlayersBoston Players
Duration 1:53  Lou Franceschetti  John Kordic  John McIntyre  Rob Ramage  Luke Richardson     Bob Gould  Greg Hawgood  Bob Joyce  Don Sweeney  Michael Thelven   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: None
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 SarcasticPillow
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Feb 20, 2017 11:16 ET
John Kordic takes exception to an elbow up high he gets from Michael Thelven, dropping the gloves and getting some lefts in on Thelven who just covers up. Greg Hawgood is there and he quickly jumps in, grabbing Kordic from behind to restrain him. That leads to Lou Franceschetti, Bob Joyce, Rob Ramage, and Don Sweeney coming in afterwards and the two linesmen. The linesmen get Thelven, Hawgood, and Kordic broken up, allowing Francheschetti and Joyce to pair off and then Richardson and Hawgood to come together. Then Joyce tries to get at Ramage despite John McIntyre being between them. McIntyre gets stuck there so he grabs Joyce who's also grabbed from behind by Luke Richardson. Bob Gould pairs off with Franceschetti and they jostle around while Richardson and Hawgood get into the pile too. Meanwhile Thelven and Kordic start jawing back and forth all the way into the penalty boxes where it continues. Kordic's really mad and after climbing partially up the glass, gets one leg over the boards to go over but he stays in the box and keeps jawing with Thelven. Now also angry, Toronto Maple Leafs' Head Coach, Doug Carpenter starts pounding a stick on the boards to get Kordic's attention and motions for him to stay in the box which Kordic does. The pileup has broken up but then it's Joyce and Franceschetti who pair off and decide to go. It's mostly wrestling but there are a few punches thrown before they tumble to the ice. Fun 
5
itsJ.Millertime
11658 fight reviews

Aug 3, 2017 11:57 ET
Two fights but neither was particularly good, a lot of pushing a shoving, some wrestling and a decent amount of animosity and intensity on display. Fun 
6
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Jocke
May 29, 2006 10:10 ET
Kordic was suspended one game by the NHL (automatic suspension) for receiving his third game misconduct of the season here.Reply
Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:36 ET
1:30
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Fight at 52:36
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Duration 0:18ThrownLanded   Big   
 Lou Franceschetti 6'0'' 1190lb 6520None
 Bob Joyce 6'1'' 1196lb 6110
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May 31, 2014 06:31 ET
Draw Fun 
2
This was a poor fight. Franceschetti landed a decent blow, missed a punch, and landed a couple of light shots. Joyce landed a partial connect. The men wrestled to the ice and grappled a bit. I rate this as a draw as no effective punches landed.
mullet
19704 fight reviews

Nov 30, 2006 08:06 ET
Draw Fun 
2
One punch by each and they wrestle themselves to the ice. Shit draw.
itsJ.Millertime
11658 fight reviews

Apr 16, 2016 14:04 ET
Draw Fun 
3
Each guy may have landed one but it's mostly a wrestling match.
supersonic
5812 fight reviews

Feb 20, 2017 11:20 ET
Draw Fun 
2
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Vindigidy
Mar 19, 2013 22:37 ET
3:00
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