Feb 1, 1990
Chicago - Los Angeles7-4 

Summary Of Events
1  24:17  Fight  Creighton-Miller
2  37:52  Hit  Roenick-McSorley
3  37:52  Fight  Roenick-McSorley

Fight at 24:17
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:25ThrownLanded   Big   
 Adam Creighton 6'5'' 3210lb  210None
 Jay Miller 6'2'' 3210lb  1790
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 BattleshipRules
13155 fight reviews

Sep 14, 2013 19:40 ET
Jay Miller decisive win Fun 
4
This wasn't a very good bout, but Miller landed several effective shots. He started out with Creighton wrestling. Jay landed some ineffective light partial connects. He landed a solid right uppercut. Adam missed a couple of punches. He could not break free past Jay's strong grip on his arm.

Miller missed a shot and landed a solid right. He landed a partially connecting uppercut. He missed a couple of shots. He landed a solid left and an average blow. Creighton was trying to wrestle. He was losing his grip and his balance. Jay landed a solid right and Adam slumped to the ice. Jay was trying to follow up with Creighton on his knees. It looked like Miller landed an average shot while Adam was down.

I rate this as a decisive win for Miller. He handled Creighton with ease in a one-sided fight. Adam went down from a combination of a loss of balance and getting tagged with some effective shots. He was in a bad position at the end and would have likely taken more punishment if the refs did not step in.
 SarcasticPillow
20766 fight reviews
151 fight logs

Jan 12, 2018 17:09 ET
Jay Miller clear win Fun 
4
Jay Miller and Adam Creighton get into it and while Creighton is hesitant to drop the gloves, Miller wants to go and drops the gloves. Creighton drops the gloves too but he remains idle, hanging on in close quarters while Miller throws six small and soft lefts, landing four while trying to get it off. Miller then misses a right and Creighton throws two small rights on the inside, landing one. Miller wrestles Creighton against the boards while throwing six rights and landing two as his helmet comes off. Creighton tries lowering his head and pulling Miller's head down at the same time so Miller changes to the left. Miller lands two lefts and then changes hands again as Creighton gets bent over. Miller throws two rights and lands one as Creighton goes down and the linesmen break it up with Miller throwing two last rights and landing one. Miller in control here, picks up the clear win as Creighton mostly just held on and didn't try to throw punches. Pretty bad fight.
mullet
19905 fight reviews

Aug 5, 2007 06:38 ET
Jay Miller clear win Fun 
4
Creighton just held on for dear life, Miller threw all the punches. Not any good shots landed, but it was clear who won this fight.
brawler29
1605 fight reviews

Jun 2, 2012 14:45 ET
Jay Miller clear win Fun 
4
Creighton did his best to hold on, but Miller was able to get loose to land a few right hooks and uppercuts.
itsJ.Millertime
12161 fight reviews

Sep 26, 2015 00:12 ET
Jay Miller clear win Fun 
5
All Miller here.
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itsJ.Millertime
Sep 26, 2015 00:13 ET
If want to watch this fight its at NHL FIGHTS 48 at 6:18 below the McSorely fight.Reply


Hit at 37:52
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 Jeremy Roenick  (Aggressor) 6'1''  205lb 30N/A
 Marty McSorley  (Victim) 6'1''  235lb 30
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re
9280 fight reviews

Jan 1, 2007 12:39 ET
Roenick drops McSorley which starts the fight. Fun 
2
DOANER19
186 fight reviews

Aug 25, 2007 08:54 ET
Roenick throws a hard check infront of the Blackhwaks bench which dropped McSorley down to the ice. McSorley didn´t like that att all! Fun 
2


Fight at 37:52
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:12ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jeremy Roenick 6'1''  205lb 30610None
 Marty McSorley 6'1''  235lb 30531
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 BattleshipRules
13155 fight reviews

Jul 31, 2013 12:10 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
5
This was a short fight, but there was meaningful action. McSorley and Roenick had a go along the boards. Marty missed a punch and landed a partial connect. Jeremy missed a couple of punches. McSorley landed a solid connect and missed a punch. Roenick landed a decent blow and an average right. Marty landed a pretty good right and a solid connect. Steve Konroyd jumped in as the third-man-in to break up the fight.

I rate this as a clear win for McSorley. Marty landed some quality blows in the short contest. Roenick landed a couple of shots, but they weren't very powerful. It wasn't a decisive win and Jeremy did not need to be rescued at this point in the contest. Marty landed with enough effectiveness to earn the clear edge.
 EC
4846 fight reviews
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May 8, 2016 17:58 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
4
Jeremy Roenick mixes it up with tough guy Marty McSorley. Surprisingly Roenick actually drops the gloves and tries to trade punches with McSorley, so give him a lot of credit. McSorley connects with two rights and Roenick tries to answer back. Roenick gets in a right and misses with a couple other punches. McSorley tags Roenick with a few more blows as he asserts himself. The other Blackhawks see McSorley getting the upper hand so Steve Larmer jumps in to stop the fight. Everyone else comes in and the two men are no longer able to continue fighting.

McSorley was getting the better of the fight but Roenick wasn't in any serious trouble so his teammates didn't necessarily need to jump in. However I can understand why they did as you don't want to see your star player tangling with a heavyweight. McSorley gets the clear win for landing most of the blows in the abbreviated fight.
 SarcasticPillow
20766 fight reviews
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May 29, 2017 16:46 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
4
Jeremy Roenick throws a shoulder into Marty McSorley, knocking him down in front of the Chicago Blackhawks' bench. McSorley gets up taking exception to the hit and trades a few gloved punches with Roenick, preventing a linesman from breaking the two up. Roenick and McSorley then drop their gloves and Roenick misses a right before grabbing onto McSorley. McSorley grabs Roenick though and throws two rights, landing one that back Roenick off although Roenick is able to grab on. Roenick misses three rights while keeping his head down as McSorley leans away but is still able to pull off Roenick's helmet. McSorley throws three rights and lands two while Roenick throws two rights and lands one but has his jersey come off in doing so. Steve Larmer then speeds in, grabbing McSorley as Roenick misses a right. McSorley tries to get away from Larmer who's grabbed by Todd Elik and more players rush into the fray. The linesmen also get involved and work their way to Roenick and McSorley, managing to get the apart while on the ice. Rookie sniper, Roenick didn't hesitate while mixing it up with the veteran enforcer, McSorley and they both dropped the gloves. Roenick was swinging as much as McSorley but McSorley had much better control over things and definitely landed more and better until Larmer and some others jumped in.
 re
9280 fight reviews

Jan 1, 2007 12:38 ET
Marty McSorley narrow win Fun 
4
These two throw some gloved punches. Then drop the gloves Roenick misses one then McSorley lands one flat on Roenecks face.Then Roneck throws a few that hits McSorleys back . McSorley gets the helmet off and lands a few back.Then they both throw some and a crowd of players come in.
JimMcKenzie
3937 fight reviews

Feb 16, 2006 15:04 ET
Marty McSorley narrow win Fun 
3
DOANER19
186 fight reviews

Aug 25, 2007 09:02 ET
Marty McSorley narrow win Fun 
3
After the hit McSorley stood up and pushed Roenick, then both of them threw gloved punch and dropped their gloves. I think McSorley landed few punches but soon everybody jumped in and the fight was over. It was quite short scrap so there wasn´t clear winner...
brawler29
1605 fight reviews

Jun 2, 2012 14:46 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
5
Courageous by Roenick to stand in there and throw them against McSorley, even though Marty clearly got the better of the exchange. Roenick also had a jersey problem and Todd Elik was 3rd man in.
mullet
19905 fight reviews

Jul 27, 2013 04:14 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
4
Quick fight. McSorley was getting the better of Roenick, so Steve Larmer & co jumped in very quickly.
TheDanLine
11137 fight reviews

Nov 6, 2016 16:55 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
5
itsJ.Millertime
12161 fight reviews

Dec 17, 2017 15:15 ET
Marty McSorley clear win Fun 
5
Roenick did quite well for himself early on firing back some shots and landing a couple but McSorley was taking over with some hard rights which forced some Hawks to jump in, clear win McSorley.
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Apr 9, 2012 12:43 ET
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Jun 16, 2013 21:54 ET
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