Feb 10, 1990
Quebec - Montreal2-7

Summary Of Events
1  27:49  Fight  Kimble-Martinson
2  27:54  Fight  Severyn-Ewen
3  37:27  Fight  Loiselle-Richer
4  39:27  Fight  McRae-Keane
5  40:00  Rough  Gillis-Svoboda
6  40:00  Fight  Kimble-Lemieux

Fight at 27:49
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Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Darin Kimble 6'2'' 1205lb  N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Steve Martinson 6'1'' 1205lb  N/AN/AN/A
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JimMcKenzie
3935 fight reviews

Aug 18, 2006 07:17 ET
Draw Fun 
5
They threw a couple of rights for a short time until Kimble wrestled him down.
mullet
19546 fight reviews

Aug 19, 2013 06:06 ET
Draw Fun 
5
Quick scrap. Replay shows them landing a couple nice shots, they traded a few more rights before Martinson fell down with Kimble on top.
itsJ.Millertime
10544 fight reviews

Jun 26, 2016 12:12 ET
Draw Fun 
5
They both start fast trading and landing right hands evenly, a nice but brief period of toe to toe action, draw.
supersonic
4643 fight reviews

Mar 20, 2017 09:24 ET
Draw Fun 
5
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itsJ.Millertime
Jun 26, 2016 12:09 ET

1:24:08
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Fight at 27:54
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:37ThrownLanded   Big   
 Brent Severyn 6'2''  210lb 20310N/A
 Todd Ewen 6'2''  230lb 201150
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 EC
4007 fight reviews
1 fight log

Sep 27, 2008 12:11 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen dominates this fight against the rookie Severyn. The 2 drop the gloves right off a faceoff and Ewen quickly takes control. The 2 grapple for a few moments before Ewen gets the right going. He knocks off Severyn's helmet and lands several rights to the back of Severyn's head. Ewen gets in several more rights while Severyn just hangs on and absorbs them. When Ewen stops throwing and they start to grapple the linesmen come in.

Clear win Ewen he threw and landed the only punches in the fight.
 SarcasticPillow
19516 fight reviews
135 fight logs

May 27, 2013 18:53 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Right off a draw Brent Severyn and Todd Ewen drop the gloves and go at it. They grab on with the left and Ewen stands back from the smaller Severyn, throwing five rights and landing one. Severyn keeps his head low and misses a right but then Ewen works himself inside. Ewen knocks off Severyn's helmet connecting with a right and then follows up with four more rights. Ewen lands three as Severyn tries to get a hold of Ewen's right. Ewen pauses and then misses four rights with Severyn managing to corral Ewen's arm. After a pause Ewen misses a right and then misses a right while Severyn misses a right. Severyn misses a right and then Ewen lands a right. They pause and the linesmen decide to step in then and break them up there. Win Ewen for landing the only punches. Severyn was mostly on defense and didn't throw much but Ewen didn't land too many or that effectively though he still gets the win. Average tilt.
 BattleshipRules
12593 fight reviews

Feb 24, 2014 19:29 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen was in his fighting prime and Severyn wasn't quite there yet. Todd had the edge in experience. Ewen was also the bigger man. Todd landed a solid right hand at the start. He missed a few follow up blows. Ewen showed good fighting fundamentals by tying up Severyn's right arm.

Brent missed a couple of rights that couldn't make it all the way to the target. Todd landed a pretty good shot that sent the helmet flying. He missed a punch, landed a solid blow, and missed a couple of punches. He missed a blow, landed an average connect, and missed a couple of punches. Severyn missed a right and landed a partial connect. Ewen missed a final right and the refs stopped the contest.

I rate this as a clear win for Ewen. Todd landed some power shots and was in compete control from start to finish. Severyn was a couple years away from being ready to step up as a NHL enforcer. He needed more seasoning in the minor leagues.
 hb11
3930 fight reviews

Jan 29, 2006 22:33 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
6
Ewen was on offense and Severyn on defense in this battle. Severyn only attempted a couple punches, neither successfully, while Ewen kept the right hand busy throughout the fight knocking Severyn's lid off and then throwing some punches to the head.
 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

Jun 17, 2006 15:27 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
6
Decent fight, nothing great. Ewen and Severyn square off and immediately hold with their left and throw with their right. Ewen demonstrates his strength once again and is able to keep Severyn from landing anything while he lands some pretty good rights of his own, one that knocks Severyn's helmet off. Other than that there really weren't any major shots, and the fight never really got completely going. Clear victory to Ewen in this one.
 EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2007 22:02 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen went on the offensive in this one, throwing several rights at Severyn who mainly was trying to block Ewen's arms. Severyn's defensive tactic improved as the fight went on, but he was not able to turn the fight to his favour. Nothing major landed but a clear win for Ewen.
lilburtis9363
1006 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2007 20:49 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
6
ewen throws basically all the punches including a couple big ones, severyn throws a couple but doesnt really land anything
MarkV
396 fight reviews

Jan 3, 2007 07:49 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
6
Severyn just hangs on in this fight. Ewen tries to unload several punches but has to battle through Severyns reach.
re
9287 fight reviews

Jan 3, 2007 18:43 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
6
Ewen is a lot more active and lands a lot more.
grifter077
260 fight reviews

Jan 29, 2008 21:59 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
7
Ewen takes this one...nothing special...decent fight. Did you kow that Ewen wrote childrens books about turtles or some shit? Intresting.....
mullet
19546 fight reviews

Aug 18, 2010 04:34 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen lands some right hands to the head of Severyn, Severyn just held on. Easy win for Ewen.
itsJ.Millertime
10544 fight reviews

Jun 26, 2016 12:16 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen controls the early action landing a few right hands and keeping Severyn off balance and unable to return fire, Severyn eventually throws a few landing one or two but outside of that it's all Ewen here as he clearly lands more for the win.
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lilburtis9363
Jan 2, 2007 20:49 ET
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Fight at 37:27
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:14ThrownLanded   Big   
 Claude Loiselle 5'11'' 3190lb 25000None
 Stephane Richer 6'2'' 3215lb 25200
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 SarcasticPillow
19516 fight reviews
135 fight logs

Jul 25 18:57 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Stephane Richer wants a piece of Claude Loiselle during a scrum and tries to skate past a linesman to get him. Michel Petit and Mike Keane pair off and get in the way of Richer as the linesman stands by Loiselle. Richer drops the gloves and tries reaching over top to get Loiselle so Loiselle drops the gloves. Richer then lunges in, missing a right and grabbing Loiselle who moves past the linesman to engage Richer. Loiselle ducks and gets in close on Richer who moves them away from the crowd. Richer misses a right while pulling Loiselle's jersey off and then as they wrestle around, Loiselle's helmet and visor comes off. Loiselle tries to straightnen himself but the bigger Richer wrestles Loiselle straight to his back. Richer lands on top of Loiselle and misses a right before they get broken up. Not much of a fight although Richer was the aggressor in getting it going and was clearly in control over a more experienced scrapper in the middleweight, Loiselle.
mullet
19546 fight reviews

Aug 19, 2013 06:09 ET
Draw Fun 
2
Wrestlingmatch. Draw in a shit fight.


 Fight at 39:27
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:35ThrownLanded   Big   
 Ken McRae 6'1'' 3195lb 1026102N/A
 Mike Keane 5'10'' 3185lb 1028123
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 BattleshipRules
12593 fight reviews

Oct 9, 2016 07:27 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
9
Keane was in some exciting fights and this one was a beauty. McRae started the trouble by slashing and shoving Mike. Keane missed a blow and landed an average shot. He missed a few punches and landed a decent blow. McRae missed a few punches and landed a partial connect. He landed a solid shot and missed a blow. He landed two decent punches.

Mike landed a decent blow and two average lefts. He missed a punch and landed an average shot. Ken missed a few blows and landed two average shots. He landed a partial connect and two solid blows. He missed a shot. Keane landed an average punch and two solid blows. He missed two shots and landed a pretty good shot. McRae missed several blows and landed a solid punch. He missed several shots and landed a partial connect. Mike missed two shots and landed an average punch. He landed a solid blow and missed two shots. The refs stopped the fight.

I rate this as a narrow win for Keane. He was the more accurate puncher. He landed a little more and a little better. It was a terrific contest.
 EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Jan 14, 2007 14:46 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
9
Mcrae slashes an onrushing Keane. Keane slashes McRae back in retaliation. After that they drop their gloves. Keane is absolutely wild and throws a series of punches at McRae. McRae however gets his composure back and they trade punches with each other. A lot of the punches misses its target. Several of McRae's punches just grazes the head of Keane. Keane loses his sweater in the process. McRae evens out the fight as both guys misses more than they are connecting. Keane, a very underrated middleweight was a scrappy fellow when he got mad. He surprised quite a few opponents who thought he would be an easy opponent.
Billiam
553 fight reviews

May 13, 2005 15:42 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
9
Great wild fight.. toe to toe... even better considering Keane isn't the type who fights often, but obviously he fighst well...
re
9287 fight reviews

Mar 26, 2009 15:56 ET
Draw Fun 
9
michiann
3653 fight reviews

Aug 9, 2011 02:57 ET
Draw Fun 
N/A
A solid duke-out. Keane was dominating in the beginning but then mcrae breaks out of his shell to throw thundering-punches in return. Both guys remained standing under the shower of punches, give them credit. Draw.
mullet
19546 fight reviews

Aug 19, 2013 06:12 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
8
Great tilt. Keane early, McRae comes back and they just trade punches. Close fight but I thought Keane landed a bit more and better to get the edge.
itsJ.Millertime
10544 fight reviews

Jun 26, 2016 12:07 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
9
Excellent fight with both guys hammering away on each other the entire bout, Keane gets the better of it early but McRae comes back hard landing several shots of his own then they duke it out down the stretch making it a close contest, overall Keane looked to land just a bit more so he earns a very hard fought win.
supersonic
4643 fight reviews

Apr 29, 2017 09:31 ET
Mike Keane narrow win Fun 
9
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itsJ.Millertime
Jun 26, 2016 11:59 ET

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Katzman1977
Oct 8, 2016 17:01 ET
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Rough at 40:00
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Duration 0:07
 Paul Gillis 5'11'' 2190lb  None
 Petr Svoboda 6'1'' 2190lb  
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 SarcasticPillow
19516 fight reviews
135 fight logs

Jul 25 18:57 ET
Paul Gillis goes after Petr Svoboda at the end of the second period. Gillis holds Svoboda along the bench boards and gives him a gloved left to the back of the head. Svoboda turns around to face Gillis and gets the forearm up in his face so Gillis shoves Svoboda back against the boards. Svoboda struggles to keep his footing while Gillis throws two gloved rights, landing one before they drop the gloves. Svoboda wraps an arm around Gillis who's grabbed from behind by Guy Carbonneau. Svoboda and Carbonneau get Gillis ducking so Brent Severyn steps in after both linesmen get in there to break it up. More players gather around the scene but well away from it, Claude Lemieux and Darin Kimble find each other and pair off. Fun 
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Westbendhockey
Jan 21, 2006 10:00 ET
Gillis received a major and game misconduct, Svoboda just received a minor.Reply
SarcasticPillow
Jul 19 17:59 ET
This wasn't a fight from the look of my clip. It's not the best view but it definitely looks like they only punches thrown by Paul Gillis came with the gloves on. They dropped them afterward but other players and the linesmen got in right away. This would be better as a rough.Reply
no.7
Jul 25 05:31 ET
Thanks for the info. Downgraded.Reply


 Fight at 40:00
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:30ThrownLanded   Big   
 Darin Kimble 6'2'' 1205lb 1022123N/A
 Claude Lemieux 6'1'' 1215lb 101251
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 chrisY2J
1232 fight reviews

Aug 19, 2013 09:25 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
7
A scrum breaks out between the Nordiques and Canadiens in front of the benches. All of the players are gathered together in a big pile, shoving and scrapping with each other. The goalies stay out of the mess, as do Montreal's superpest Claude Lemieux and Quebec's tough guy Darin Kimble.

Kimble and Lemieux separate from the pack. Without any officials around to interfere, they coast around the ice and talk a ton of trash at each other. Kimble is begging Lemieiux to go. He has his gloves off and is holding onto them as he coasts around with Claude. Kimble's gestures here suggest he is saying something like, "My gloves are off. You drop yours. It's simple as that!"

Lemieux, though, wants nothing to do with a fight with Kimble, but he can't back off without looking like an utter coward. He continues to talk trash until Kimble decides he isn't taking no for an answer any more. In a very funny manner, Kimble very gently sets his gloves on the ice, one at a time. He then grabs Lemieux's sweater with his left and loads up his right hand. Claude knows there is no escape now, so he tosses off his gloves, too.

Kimble hurls rapid, machine gun right hands, catching Claude with a few good shots. Impressively, Lemieux battles back, throwing several strong right hands at Kimble, hitting Darin with a few good punches. They keep going toe-to-toe, but Kimble quickly takes over.

Kimble hammers Lemieux with another half-dozen sharp rights. Claude has enough and lowers his head, bulling into Darin's midsection. Kimble throws some more punches on his ducking opponent, but gets tackled to the ice. The linesmen jump in. Lemieux gets loose and throws a couple punches down at Kimble, who has a linesman draped on his back. The other official then succeeds at pulling Claude away.

At first, Lemieux is talking trash and acting as if he won the fight. But as he goes off to the dressing room, Claude is gingerly checking his face for blood. He definitely got pounded on pretty good by Kimble. Darin, for his part, knows this; he is all smiles as he heads off the ice.

This was a clear win for Kimble; he outslugged Lemieux and landed several hard punches. Give Claude credit for standing in there with a superior fighter, but he was beaten. This is definitely a fun fight to watch for any Claude haters out there!
 BattleshipRules
12593 fight reviews

Jan 8, 2014 19:18 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
This was a pretty good fight, but the spectacle of Kimble ridiculing Lemieux and making him look like a chump made this a must see event. A line brawl was going on down the other end of the ice. Darin was yapping at Claude and challenging the pesky agitator to drop the mitts.

Kimble embarrassed Lemieux and made the challenge so obvious that anyone in the building could see what his intent was. Claude kept his stick in his hands and it appeared that he might want to keep it to defend himself if Darin got too belligerent.

Darin continued to pester Lemieux and motioned as if he was telling Claude to settle the dispute like a man. This continued for at least twenty five seconds. Kimble was demeaning Lemieux and making him look like he would be the biggest coward in the NHL if he didn't accept the fight.

Kimble placed his gloves down in exaggerated fashion. I don't think I have ever seen a guy put the mitts on the ice in such a soft and gentle manner. Darin really wanted an opportunity to get a pound of flesh. Finally, the fight was on and the reluctant Lemieux did indeed fight back.

Kimble landed an average blow, missed a punch, and landed an average blow. He missed a punch, landed two average connects, and landed a solid blow. Claude actually landed some moderately effective right hands in the exchange. He landed an average punch and missed a shot. He landed an average blow and missed a couple of punches. He landed an average shot, missed a punch, and landed an average connect.

Darin landed with better shots. He was the superior fighter and the cream rose to the top. Lemieux started to take heavier incoming fire as he opened up a bit. Kimble landed a solid blow and a pretty good shot. He missed a punch and landed a couple of pretty good blows.

Claude had enough of the risky strategy of trading with Kimble. He started to hold and wrestle. Darin landed a solid punch, missed a blow, and landed a couple of decent punches. Lemieux fought more conservatively down the stretch. He wrestled Darin to the ice which ended the bout.

I rate this as a clear win for Kimble. He landed a number of effective punches. Lemieux landed three or four blows with average pop. He was outgunned. He was reduced to wrestling and holding at the end.

Claude did fight Kimble, but he still looked like a real chump. It was obvious that he would rather do almost anything than fight Darin sans the mitts. Kimble had to embarrass him in a most public manner. The refs were nowhere near to break up the contest. Lemieux decided that twenty five seconds of ridicule were sufficient before fighting Kimble.

This was a great moment for Darin. He made Lemieux look like he was afraid to fight and then he pounded Claude once he reluctantly dropped the stick and gloves. Kimble scored points physically and psychologically.

Some fighters are afraid to go, but their actions can hide the fact from less than observant fans. Some hold and go for the immediate wrestling takedown. This is a more subtle way of opting out of meaningful combat. At least there is plausible deniability in these cases.

Lemieux looked bad in this fight. He was exposed as lacking the courage to immediately and eagerly fight Kimble. He was also exposed for a lack of physical ability to fight effectively. Claude would have been better off dropping the mitts in a Keith Magnuson manner and then tackling Kimble. The average fan may perceive him as a madman and not realize that he was minimizing the ability of Darin to put some hurt on him.

Instead, Claude left the impression that he wanted to have the option to use the stick as a harpoon if needed. It was clear to any fans, whether novice or hard-core, that he was not eager to swap punches with Kimble. Darin made him look like a complete fool in this encounter.
 6025
128 fight reviews

Oct 18 14:27 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
This was a decent fight but the spectacle around the fight was what made it more entertaining.

During a scrum at the benches Lemieux and Kimble are left alone across the ice free from officials. They jaw away and it's obvious Kimble wants it and Lemieux doesn't as he still has his gloves on and stick in hand whereas Kimble has his gloves off holding them inviting Lemieux to do the same. After a few seconds the young Quebec enforcer makes Lemieux's decision for him and rather humorously put his gloves on the ice very deliberately and carefully further mocking Lemieux for failing to engage him. The fight is on and surprisingly Lemieux holds his own briefly as they trade toe to toe with rights but during the exchange he realizes he's up against it as Kimble's firepower threatens to overwhelm him. Lemieux then goes for the takedown by burrowing his head into Kimble's midsection and trying to lift him off his feet all the while Kimble still trying to put some hurt on him throwing a few body shots. He finally succeeds in toppling Kimble and then hilariously decides he wants to fight throwing a few shots as the linos separated them. Kimble is all smiles as he's led to the box.

I was impressed how cool the young Kimble remained throughout the whole scenario, and how much of a fool he made Lemieux look. Claude Lemieux was a known cheap shot artist and rarely dropped the gloves with superior fighters. There were times in his career where he was made to answer for his on ice actions. On this occasion he was offered a fair fight one on one with Kimble and made to look quite the coward as he was ridiculed and finally forced to fight.
 CDD
4419 fight reviews
4 fight logs

May 22, 2008 20:05 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
Outside the scrum/brawl these two are talking and Kimble is trying to goad Lemieux into a scrap but Lemieux just doesn't want to. Finally Kimble just throws off his gloves and grabs Lemieux about to throw a punch so Lemieux drops his mitts and stands in to protect himself from a beating. Either way they start going right for a right and Kimble is clearly landing the better punches which eventually leads Lemieux put his body down and hang onto Kimble's thigs and go for the takedown and Kimble lands a few more. The refs jump in and NOW Lemieux wants to be a man again and starts throwing punches at Kimble as he is smothered by 2 linesman.
RedWingsWereTough
244 fight reviews

Nov 1, 2007 11:02 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
That's a clear win for Kimble. He was landing, Lemieux really wasn't. And Lemieux went for the takedown which I hate and will never give credit for.
TheDon
121 fight reviews

Nov 29, 2007 00:16 ET
Darin Kimble decisive win Fun 
9
Kimble beat the snot out of the turtle.
grifter077
260 fight reviews

Jan 29, 2008 21:57 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
7
Great tilt away from te scrum. Kimble and Lemieux break off from the pack and start jawing at one another. Finally Kimble coaxes Claude into dropping them. Kimble unloads immediately, Claude get s few shots, then all Kimble again. Clear win for Kimble.
FrAn6
3514 fight reviews

Mar 27, 2009 04:46 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
DerDiggler
1549 fight reviews

May 20, 2013 14:09 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
Slow start to this one. Kimble and Lemieux separate from the crowd and dance around. It looks like Kimble wants to go, but at the same time is trying to talk Lemieux out of the beating he knew he was going to inflict. Eventually they drop they gloves and go t2t. Kimble lands some heavy blows, while Lemieux tries to stand in, doing fairly well. Kimble landed much better, and Lemieux is forced to go for the takedown. Clear win for Kimble.
mullet
19546 fight reviews

Aug 19, 2013 06:03 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
Great scrap. Kimble hammered Lemieux with rights, but Lemieux got in some shots of his own. Still no question about the winner, clear win for Kimble.
michiann
3653 fight reviews

Jan 9, 2014 05:32 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
N/A
Scrum by the sideboards catches the attention of the refs but it leaves Kimble & Lemieux alone together at the opposite side of the rink. The camera first catches them having a heated discussion while Lemieux was still holding his stick but with Kimble thirsting for him to drop the stick & gloves. Lemieux finally drops his utensils and both guys trade rapid consecutive swings without skipping a beat. The facialpunches seemed like an even exchange up until Lemieux is bent over at the waist while Kimble gets superior positioning. That's when Kimble is seen uppercutting him. Those swings must have hit flesh because Lemieux has to bail out by heaving Kimble down to the ice. Refs then come in and that's when Lemieux swings late on Kimble but these swings aren't counted in the evaluation. Kimble gets the clear win.
sadcbjfan
5402 fight reviews

Jan 18, 2016 21:22 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
8
itsJ.Millertime
10544 fight reviews

Jun 26, 2016 11:57 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
7
Good fight with some nice toe to toe action, Lemieux stands in there trading blows but it's Kimble who is doing most of the landing as he wails away on Lemieux clearly landing more to earn the big win.
TheDanLine
10190 fight reviews

Jun 26, 2016 14:05 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
7
supersonic
4643 fight reviews

Mar 20, 2017 09:24 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
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Churla27
Aug 6, 2005 18:16 ET
Pen: Kimble Que Gillis Que Lemieux Mon (fighting (major) game misconduct) Svoboda Mon (roughing) 20:00Reply
Jocke
Dec 26, 2005 10:08 ET
The last two fights here should be Gillis vs. Lemieux and Kimble vs. Svoboda. I changed them.Reply
Anonymous
Jan 3, 2006 15:08 ET
Gillis and Svoboda had a little altercation and other players jumped in, not really a fight. At the same time Kimble and Lemieux were talking to each other and finally started going at it, good fight. So Kimble fought Lemieux here instead of Svoboda.Reply
Westbendhockey
Jan 13, 2006 21:35 ET
Yes, this was Kimble vs Lemieux. They moved out by center ice away from everyone else. Kimble was begging Lemiuex to drop the mits. Claude declined until one of the linsemen came over, Kimble thought it was over but Claude suddenly dropped his mits and started throwing. Kimble took over once he regained his composure, and landed far more blows, although Lemieux got the takedown.Reply
no.7
Jan 14, 2006 04:13 ET
Jocke,

Do you think it should be changed to Lemieux-Kimble?
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Jocke
Jan 14, 2006 04:51 ET
Yes absolutely. Anonymous and Westbendhockey have seen the event, I only went by a boxscore here.Reply
lilburtis9363
Jul 10, 2007 01:03 ET
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lilburtis9363
Nov 29, 2007 00:53 ET
sorry for posting that vid 3 times, just thought it was so great i'd post it 3 timesReply

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