Jan 3, 1990
Edmonton - Chicago2-3

Summary Of Events
1  15:45  Fight  Graves-Sutter
2  44:23  Fight  Brown-Russell
3  57:27  Fight  Beukeboom-Roenick

Fight at 15:45
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:22ThrownLanded   Big   
 Adam Graves 6'0'' 1205lb 151331None
 Duane Sutter 6'1'' 1190lb 15000
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 SarcasticPillow
20449 fight reviews
146 fight logs

Jan 12 17:05 ET
Adam Graves clear win Fun 
5
Duane Sutter and Adam Graves drop the gloves and lock up with each other in close quarters. A stick is stuck between them so a linesman moves in but then Graves stands back and misses two rights. Sutter puts his head lower and tries to get a better hold on Graves before Graves misses a right. Graves gets inside on Sutter while missing two rights and then throws a series of eight rights, including one thrown backhand. Graves lands only three but one clips Sutter in the face and he just turns his head away afterwards. Graves gets in close after his flurry and the linesmen are soon there to break it up. Sutter didn't throw a punch and though Graves wasn't too accurate, he was active and landed well with a couple of rights.
Penz
196 fight reviews

Sep 12, 2009 17:08 ET
Adam Graves clear win Fun 
5
Graves tags Sutter with a few good uppercuts.!!!
mullet
19723 fight reviews

Sep 6, 2013 09:27 ET
Adam Graves clear win Fun 
5
All Graves here, he landed only punches, Sutter never even threw a punch. Clear win for Graves.


Fight at 44:23
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:06ThrownLanded   Big   
 Dave Brown 6'5'' 1215lb 15653None
 Cam Russell 6'4'' 1200lb 15410
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 chrisY2J
1234 fight reviews

Apr 18 18:03 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
9
Renowned heavyweight Dave Brown, then playing for the Edmonton Oilers, and gutsy defenseman Cam Russell, then a rookie with the Chicago Blackhawks, meet up near the blue line. Russell is hooking Brown around the midsection with his stick and shoving the big Oiler, calling him on; Brown was never one to turn down an invitation. Brown and Russell both decide to duke it out. The fight would prove to be as one-sided as it was brief.

Brown and Russell, who are nearly the same height, drop the gloves and instantly begin swinging away with bad intent. Both men go lefty and it is a toe-to-toe slugfest. Now, very few fighters have the toughness to do well in a toe-to-toe slugfest with Dave Brown. Cam Russell is not one of them.

The southpaws are really flying. Russell, though, has a hard time finding the target. His punches go wide. Brown misses his first couple punches, too, but then he finds the mark. One punch glances off of Cam's right ear. Brown immediately follows that up with a vicious haymaker that absolutely drills Russell dead-on in the jaw.

This left hand from Brown violently snaps Russell's head back. Russell's knees immediately turn to rubber and he goes down flat on his back, Brown on top of him. Just as the back of Cam's helmeted head hits the ice, Brown connects another bomb on the chin. Russell is down and helpless with Brown kneeling over him. As the linesmen hurriedly try to get in there, Brown delivers yet another hammering punch onto the prone Russell, drilling him on the right side of the face.

As each vicious punch by Brown connects on Russell's face, the Chicago Stadium fans let out a collective "OH!", then there is an unnerved hush that settles over the crowd as the fight ends.

The officials pull Brown off of Russell, stopping the massacre. The Hawks are upset seeing Brown beat on their teammate when he was down, so they move in to help. The Edmonton skaters see that and converge on the scene, too. Some pushing and shoving results between the Hawks and Oilers. Brown is quickly led away by an official.

While this mini-scrum happens, Russell is able to get back to his skates on his own, but is held by a linesman. He is escorted to the penalty box. Russell is conscious, but his legs appear a tad shaky.

It was a brutal display of punching power and ferocity by Brown, who earned an extremely one-sided TKO victory here. I wouldn't argue against a KO call, either, as Russell looked a little wobbly afterwards.

Dave Brown is rightly remembered as one of the most dangerous heavyweights of all time, and this fight was a perfect of example of why that is.
 EC
4619 fight reviews
1 fight log

May 4, 2016 14:55 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
9
Rookie Cam Russell drops the gloves with menacing Dave Brown. This is only Russell's 3rd regular season fight so give the 20 year old credit for not picking his spots and going after one of the toughest men in the league. However Russell picked the worst possible strategy as he chooses to trade punches with Brown. That was like playing Russian Roulette with your head as it would only be a matter of time before you get blasted with a shot.

Both men go with their left hand. They have a brief exchange of punches. Russell gets a punch or two in and misses with a few as well. Brown is much more accurate and he hits Russell three times. Suddenly Brown cranks Russell directly in the face with a bomb. Russell's legs fold like a lawn chair and he goes down in a heap. Brown drills his fallen foe in the face with another brutal shot before the officials get in there.

The Chicago players take exception to seeing their teammate get pummeled as well as the extra shot. They all gather close by which draws Brown's teammates in as well. A scrum develops while the two men are separated. Russell does get up on his own power and he has some words for Brown. A linesman escorts him to the box but Russell appears to be okay and he wasn't out of it so this wasn't a KO victory for Brown.

Brown gets the TKO decision as he floored Russell with an absolute bomb. Dave Brown truly was a scary fighter to watch as it often looked like he was trying to kill his opponent, not just beat them. This is an example of that as Brown looked to be trying to crush Russell's face with his fist.
 SarcasticPillow
20449 fight reviews
146 fight logs

Jan 12 17:06 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
9
Recently called up Cam Russell, a big defensemen for the Chicago Blackhawks drops the gloves with veteran enforcer, Dave Brown of the Edmonton Oilers. They grab on with the right hand and start trading toe-to-toe. However Russell, after landing his first left, misses his next three lefts all wide of the mark. Brown does much better in the excchange, missing his first two lefts but landing his last two lefts right on the button. Russell's head snaps back after the fourth Brown left and Russell drops to the ice. Brown is pulled down by the falling Russell and lands another left on the way down before landing one last left while Russell is down and out of it laying on the ice. A linesman grabs hold of Brown while Russell rolls over grabbing at his face with some of his teammates coming in to help out. The linesmen get Brown out of there fast though and Russell gets up slowly on his own. He's clearly out of it but he goes to the penalty box regardless. Big KO for Brown.
 hb11
4476 fight reviews

May 20, 2006 07:56 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
8
Russell and Brown throw big lefts but only Brown connects. Russell goes down after a solid punch and then takes another unnecessary one as Brown hammers him again while he's already on his back. Calling it TKO based on the short clip I saw only because it appeared Russell was moving his head after the knockdown.
 TheDanLine
10951 fight reviews

May 2, 2009 16:18 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
Very quick fight, but very entertaining. Brown smashes down Russell with a massive left-hand bomb, and then delivers another one as he's down on the ice. To me this is a KO because Russell had some trouble getting up and looked to be jelly-legged when he did make it to his feet.
 BattleshipRules
12986 fight reviews

Jul 19, 2013 20:58 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
Brown and Russell had a slugfest. Big Dave landed a solid blow, missed a punch, and landed a solid connect. Cam landed an average connect and missed the mark with a few left hands. Brown landed a pretty good shot and a good left that knocked him to the ice. Dave showed no mercy on his fallen opponent and hit him again with a pretty good punch.

I rate this as a KO win for Brown. Russell was hurt pretty badly. He barely beat a ten count, but he was wobbly and had to lean on an official for support. The official helped him get to the penalty box.
CrazyPsycho
1121 fight reviews

May 29, 2006 08:38 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
Man, I don't know which hurt more, the one that knocked Russell down, or the one when he was laying on the ice. Brutal.
dbrown
158 fight reviews

May 30, 2006 12:18 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
10
nice one...one-sided or what?!?
EddieShore
911 fight reviews

Dec 24, 2006 15:33 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
You just didn't trade left punches with Brown and escaped unpunished. That must have hurt (both while Russell was standing and on his back). An exciting knockdown for sure.
MarkV
396 fight reviews

Feb 13, 2007 16:57 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
Brown and Russell go toe to toe and then Brown tags Russel which KO's him and then feeds him another solid left while he is down.
mullet
19723 fight reviews

Apr 15, 2008 11:57 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
8
Brown destroys Russell. But I don't know how it is a KO, Russell definitely wasn't knocked out, he got up and skated to the penaltybox, he didn't need help or anything. TKO no doubt but no KO.
GMRWings1983
100 fight reviews

Oct 24, 2009 13:46 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
8
As soon as the fight begins, Brown levels Russell with a left that drops him on the ice. Brown then punches Russell again when he was laying on the ice. Not a KO, since Russell was able to get up on his own power. He was a little woozy for a while, but I see this as a TKO more than a KO.
grifter077
260 fight reviews

Dec 23, 2010 19:54 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
7
Dave Brown annihilates Cam Russell. Russell was routinely a punching bag as I recall.
pikkari1977
1759 fight reviews

Jul 27, 2011 06:38 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
FrAn6
3586 fight reviews

Jun 19, 2012 14:26 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
Both players are going at toe-to-toe, Brown hammers Russell with lefts. The third knocks Russell to the ice then Brown throws another right. Russell back up and he is a little bit woozy.
Killahpunk
2224 fight reviews

Jun 11, 2013 22:41 ET
Dave Brown win by TKO Fun 
8
sadcbjfan
5541 fight reviews

Jan 9, 2014 19:12 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
9
Oneill.the.Giant
11298 fight reviews

Jul 5, 2014 16:42 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
itsJ.Millertime
11822 fight reviews

Jan 15, 2017 11:49 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
8
It's a good but brief toe to toe affair as both hammer away with lefts till Brown lands a bomb on the chin dropping Russell on his back, Brown then lands another solid left while Russell is down for good measure.
supersonic
6000 fight reviews

Jun 24, 2017 21:09 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
9
Devastating left hand by Brown taking Russell down.
brawler29
1582 fight reviews

Jun 25, 2017 08:01 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
9
Brown dropped him with a huge left. Call it KO because Russell looked like he was in la-la-land when he got back up.
JohnH1
27 fight reviews

Dec 11, 2017 22:56 ET
Dave Brown win by KO Fun 
9
Pretty cut and dry fight. Brownie knocked him cold with a brutal left.
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Vindigidy
Mar 23, 2013 04:27 ET
better quality at 5:00
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TheDanLine
Jun 24, 2017 20:20 ET
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Fight at 57:27
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:05ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jeff Beukeboom 6'5'' 4230lb 25000None
 Jeremy Roenick 6'1'' 4205lb 25220
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 BattleshipRules
12986 fight reviews

Feb 7, 2014 19:29 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Jul 27, 2013
Reason: Jeff Beukeboom never intended to fight back
 Fun 
2
Beukeboom checked Roenick and interfered with him. He gave him another shove after the initial hit. Jeremy gave him a gloved shove to the face. Roenick threw a left that appeared to miss. Jeff just covered up and was trying to get Jeremy to take the extra penalty. Roenick pulled a light right hand and pushed Beukeboom.

This was a draw. Roenick didn't land any effective punches. Jeremy did throw a left hand and his gloves were off. The refs called matching roughing penalties. Beukeboom didn't succeed. Once Roenick realized he wasn't going to fight back, he eased up. He didn't want to take a stupid extra penalty.
 SarcasticPillow
20449 fight reviews
146 fight logs

Jan 12 17:06 ET
Jeremy Roenick decisive win
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Jul 27, 2013
Reason: Jeff Beukeboom never intended to fight back
 Fun 
1
Jeff Beukeboom rides out Jeremy Roenick in the corner and Roenick's mad about it. Roenick throws a gloved left that catches Beukeboom in the face and staggers him, then Roenick tries to take further advantage and gets the gloves off. Roenick grabs Beukeboom and holds his head down, throwing one right that doesn't land. Beukeboom just covers up, choosing to keep his gloves on as Roenick soon realizes and lets go. Nothing fight here since Beukeboom didn't fight back and Roenick soon stopped on his own.
mullet
19723 fight reviews

Sep 6, 2013 09:09 ET
Outcome: N/A
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Jul 27, 2013
Reason: Jeff Beukeboom never intended to fight back
 Fun 
1
Not really a fight, but Roenick wanted to go, dropped the gloves and grabbed Beukeboom, but Beukeboom kept his gloves on and covered up.
itsJ.Millertime
11822 fight reviews

Aug 25, 2017 13:38 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Jul 27, 2013
Reason: Jeff Beukeboom never intended to fight back
 Fun 
1
Looked like Roenick wanted to fight dropping the mitts and firing off a couple shots but Beukeboom never responded so it never happened, draw in a non fight.
Messages
mullet
Sep 29, 2007 16:27 ET
Beukeboom 2
Roenick 2
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Vindigidy
Mar 23, 2013 04:29 ET
5:55
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