Nov 29, 1990
Detroit - Chicago5-1

Summary Of Events
1  14:24  Fight  Probert-McGill
2  32:04  Fight  McKay-Grimson
3  46:04  Fight  Kocur-Grimson
4  47:00  Cheap Shot  Chiasson-McGill

 Fight at 14:24
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Duration 0:20ThrownLanded   Big   
 Bob Probert 6'3'' 3220lb 201472None
 Bob McGill 6'0'' 3200lb 201551
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 chrisY2J
1233 fight reviews

Feb 24, 2013 10:24 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Detroit heavyweight Bob Probert and Chicago hammerhead Bob McGill have a quick and vicious toe-to-toe battle during this heated divisional game. They skate near the blue line in front of the bench, talking things over. Within seconds, McGill and Probert decide to shed the leather and get it going.

McGill uses his left hand at first and scores with an early salvo. Probert has his left hand locked and loaded, but never did throw a southpaw here. McGill quickly switched to his right hand, and Probert followed suit, also going with his right. They go toe-to-toe, throwing thunderous right hands.

McGill gets in one great punch, a jolting right that snaps Probert's head back. Frighteningly enough, this big punch doesn't even slow Probert down at all. If anything, it seemed to fire him up. Probert keeps his right hand pumping. One of Probert's rights lands flush in the face, stunning McGill and dropping him to one knee.

McGill gets back up immediately and they resume the fight, but it's now apparent that Probert is taking over. His right-handed punches become even more intense. Probert throws a wild, looping right hand that connects near McGill's left eye and sends the Chicago tough guy spinning to the ice in a heap. It was a spectacular knockdown shot.

What a punch. What a finish. What a fight! It was a huge TKO win for Bob Probert.

The linesmen step in and escort the two warriors to their respective penalty boxes. McGill has some serious swelling under his left eye as he skates to the sin bin. Probert is marked up, too, sporting a welt on his cheekbone.

This is one of the rare times you'll ever see Probert do any post-fight histrionics. As he slowly skates to the penalty box, Probert raises his hand and makes a victorious "number one" gesture. It wasn't a taunt so much as a simple statement of fact.
 SarcasticPillow
20121 fight reviews
144 fight logs

May 19, 2011 12:56 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Bob McGill and Bob Probert drop the gloves and with no square off they get their grip of each other's jerseys with the right. Probert fakes a left as he stands back and McGill throws three lefts, landing two. Probert comes back with a connecting left as McGill switches hands. McGill misses a right but then lands nicely with a right as Probert misses a left. Probert then switches hands as McGill lands a follow up right to the helmet and Probert begins throwing rights as McGill continues throwing rights of his own so they go toe-to-toe. McGill throws six rights and connects with four, one landing nicely and jolting Probert. Probert throws five rights and connects with four two, one jarring McGill early and then one dropping him late to end the trading. As McGill gets back up to his skates, Probert misses three rights and the linesmen try to get in. McGill keeps his head down and misses a right so the linesmen back out. Probert lands a right and then lands another right as McGill lands a right. Probert misses a right and then McGill misses a right before Probert misses a right. Then McGill misses a right and loses his grip on Probert who lands a big right which knocks McGill to the ice. A linesman corrals Probert and escorts him off as McGill takes a moment before getting up and heading off too. Great fight. It wasn't long at all but it was full of action. Probert dropped McGill twice and the second time it ended the fight so the TKO win is Probert's.
 BattleshipRules
12871 fight reviews

Jul 17, 2013 13:39 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
10
This was a terrific action packed contest. McGill had a lot of courage and fought a prime Probert again and again. McGill performed very well offensively early in the fight. He took it to Probie and landed some effective punches. He landed a solid blow and missed a couple of punches. Probert missed a left and landed an average blow.

McGill missed a punch and landed an average right. He missed a punch and landed a solid connect. He missed a shot, landed an average punch, and landed two solid connects. Probie found the range with his right hand. He landed a pretty good shot and a solid blow. He missed a couple of punches and landed a good right hand that knocked McGill to the ice.

McGill got right up and continued to fire off right hands. He missed a punch, landed a solid shot, and missed a couple of punches. Probert landed a pretty good punch and missed a shot. He missed a punch and drilled McGill with a right hand that had damaging impact and sent McGill sprawling to the ice.

This was a TKO win for Probert. McGill fought valiantly and got several licks in. He traded with Probert in a slugfest and was not able to stand up under superior firepower. This was a great war.
 srehm1
357 fight reviews

Feb 3, 2008 22:59 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
I love watching this fight, Probert's victory here was so decisive there was no doubt. They both went toe to toe and then Probert buckled him with a right. McGill stayed with it and the two traded shots until Probert landed a bomb that sent McGill sprawling to the ice. This was Probert at his destructive best. TKO. McGill had a nice mouse under his eye after this one and Probie skated to the box letting everyone know he was number one.
Anthony19
2978 fight reviews

May 24, 2004 19:22 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
In the begining they both were going toe to toe throwing rights, until Probert landed a right that sent McGill to a knee but got back up. They both start throwing punches again, until Probie caught McGill again and sent him to the ice with a thunderous punch.
re
9284 fight reviews

Mar 7, 2006 15:10 ET
Bob Probert win by KO Fun 
9
Pretty equl at the start then Probert lands one that buckles McGill.
McGill gets up and Probert takes control.
Probert lands a huge right McGill goes down like a sack of bricks.
zolika
1944 fight reviews
74 fight logs

Dec 7, 2006 11:33 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Famous fight,they start going T2T,then Probert puts McGill down.After McGill stand up,Probert continue to throw and Probert nailed McGill again and down went McGill.Classic fight.
skylineProbi
52 fight reviews

Nov 1, 2009 03:41 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Clear superiority of probi in this fight, the mcgill has sustained the first knock-down and the second was rigid.
FrAn6
3580 fight reviews

May 8, 2012 16:51 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
TheDanLine
10907 fight reviews

Jun 6, 2012 15:24 ET
Bob Probert win by KO Fun 
9
I really feel that this was a KO win for Probert. He buckled McGill early on in the fight, and then landed a monster of a right that sent McGill flying to the ice. McGill looked to be woozy, and that's why I give this a KO win for Probert.
Killahpunk
2224 fight reviews

Jun 21, 2013 20:21 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Great finish by Probert scoring the TKO with some big swings.
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Oct 28, 2013 06:49 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
sadcbjfan
5522 fight reviews

Mar 3, 2014 23:09 ET
Bob Probert win by KO Fun 
9
Im with Storm. KO here. Monster rights from Probert
SteveTheBossBosse29
3215 fight reviews

May 16, 2014 06:14 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
crosbyXXX
3711 fight reviews

May 24, 2014 14:24 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
Oneill.the.Giant
11289 fight reviews

Jul 7, 2014 19:18 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
sonof3m
66 fight reviews
71 fight logs

Jul 21, 2014 19:34 ET
Bob Probert win by KO Fun 
9
Probert dominates the fight and holds up his finger (#1) to the crowd on the way to the penalty box. CLASSIC!
mullet
19657 fight reviews

Oct 14, 2015 15:20 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
10
One of my favorite Probert fights. McGill was a warrior and went toe to toe with Probert. Great toe to toe action, Probert buckled McGill with a right, McGill got back up and continued to trade punches but was floored quickly. TKO win for Probert and he shows who is number one as he skates to the box.
br8e700
976 fight reviews

Oct 14, 2015 15:55 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
supersonic
5530 fight reviews

Feb 20, 2017 07:30 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
47tooter
100 fight reviews

Jan 12 18:06 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Just a great old school tilt here. gotta hand it to McGill , he traded em pretty good for a while but Probert was the best and rarely lost . McGill knees buckle from a couple of hard shots and the last hook did it .
itsJ.Millertime
11355 fight reviews

Feb 28 11:33 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
10
Great toe to toe battle with both guys trading rights the entire fight and each landing several good blows, the slugfest ends when Probert lands a bomb that drops McGill on his backside, TKO win Probert.
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TheDanLine
Jan 11, 2009 19:28 ET
Probert and McGill went out for beers after the game.Reply
chrisY2J
Jun 1, 2009 17:26 ET
I saw a clip of Probert on "Off The Record", and he talked about how this was the only time he felt bad for an opponent during a fight.Reply
TheDanLine
Jun 1, 2009 18:17 ET
Yea, I saw that too. I think I saw it on a "Next Question" segment, however.Reply
chrisY2J
Jun 2, 2009 09:23 ET
"Next Question", that was it.Reply
TheDanLine
Jun 2, 2009 10:01 ET
On my youtube page I also uploaded "Next Question" segments with Tony Twist and Rob Ray.Reply
heezgawn
Jan 2, 2012 07:17 ET
Did Mickey Redmond say 'Jesus Christ!' ? Anyway, it does get any better than a Red Wings - Blackhawks game circa 1990. Miss those days of exciting hockey. RIP Bob Probert.Reply
chrisY2J
Jan 5, 2012 13:29 ET
Yeah, he did! Right around the 33 second mark, he mutters "Jesus Christ" under his breath. Pretty funny!Reply
JimMcKenzie
Jun 12, 2015 17:30 ET
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chrisY2J
Nov 9, 2015 09:23 ET
Man, what a triple threat Detroit had that season: heavyweight champ Bob Probert, always dangerous Joey Kocur, and the young and extremely combative Randy McKay. Yikes.Reply
EC
Nov 9, 2015 15:30 ET
Quote from message by chrisY2J
Man, what a triple threat Detroit had that season: heavyweight champ Bob Probert, always dangerous Joey Kocur, and the young and extremely combative Randy McKay. Yikes.
Detroit also had middleweight Gerard Gallant and rookie center Keith Primeau as well. It's not often you see teams with that much muscle (Detroit had 2 of the top 10 fighters in the league on their roster)! Surprisingly enough Detroit was only 7th in the league for total fighting majors in the 1990-1991 season.
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chrisY2J
Nov 9, 2015 20:50 ET
With some glaring exceptions, I think most teams didn't mess with Detroit that year. Probert was a near-unstoppable beast that season and the possibility of post-fight surgery being needed was always high with Kocur.Reply
TheDanLine
Aug 29, 2016 12:45 ET
Quote from message by chrisY2J
Man, what a triple threat Detroit had that season: heavyweight champ Bob Probert, always dangerous Joey Kocur, and the young and extremely combative Randy McKay. Yikes.
Also had Keith Primeau. I would put him above Randy McKay.
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chrisY2J
Aug 29, 2016 12:58 ET
That's one tough crew. Very few teams had that much toughness all at once. Only the late 80s Flyers come to mind: when they had Brown, Berube, Tocchet, and Hextall at the same time.Reply
TheDanLine
Aug 29, 2016 13:03 ET
99-00 Flyers and Blackhawks were two teams also.

For the Flyers: McCarthy, Berube, Lindros, Primeau, Odjick, Tocchet, Richardson

For the Blackhawks: Probert, VandenBussche, Brown, Janssens, Zmolek
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chrisY2J
Aug 30, 2016 12:19 ET
You're right, those are two squads loaded with scrappers. That 99-2K Flyer team, though, most of those guys were well past their prime. They had the numbers, but not the caliber.

Same with that Chicago team: Probert was past his prime, Vandy was entertaining but lost fairly often, Brown was a steady, tough d-man, Janssens was past his prime, and Zmolek never did have a prime.
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TheDanLine
Aug 30, 2016 13:59 ET
McCarthy was still in his prime. He was top-5 that year. Probert was past his prime, but I had him #1 that season. Berube was on the lower end of the top-10, same with Brown and Vandenbussche. Also, the Flyers 00-01 and 01-02 teams were definitely up there as well in terms of overall toughness.Reply
chrisY2J
Aug 30, 2016 16:57 ET
Quote from message by TheDanLine
McCarthy was still in his prime. He was top-5 that year. Probert was past his prime, but I had him #1 that season. Berube was on the lower end of the top-10, same with Brown and Vandenbussche. Also, the Flyers 00-01 and 01-02 teams were definitely up there as well in terms of overall toughness.
McCarthy's prime, to me, was during his first three or four years (1993 to 1996 or so). He was already starting to slow down a bit at the turn of the decade (when he was a Flyer), then of course dropped off completely a couple years later.

Like I stated before, that team had a huge number of tough guys, but they weren't all in their prime at the time. The 1980s Flyers and Red Wings, though, had some all-time greats who were absolutely in their prime and were capable of making mincemeat of just about any team they crossed paths with. Berube and Probert were guys who could beat the hell out of you, while Brown and Kocur were guys who could mangle you. And both of those 1980s Detroit and Philly squads had plenty of willing, dangerous combatants to back up these guys.
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TheDanLine
Aug 30, 2016 17:06 ET (later updated)
If you want to look at a specific point when McCarthy's prime ended, it was his fight against Georges Laraque on Mar. 15, 2000 when he got wrecked. I would count his prime from the day he started as a rookie up until that fight he had with Laraque. I agree with your other points about Probert/Kocur and Brown/Berube and tough teams of the 80's.Reply
chrisY2J
Aug 30, 2016 17:25 ET
You are probably right. It seemed like he really tapered off after that Laraque fight in March 2000. Looking at his fight card, he wasn't as dominant as he had been after that fight.Reply
EC
Sep 28, 2016 13:18 ET
Quote from message by TheDanLine
Also, the Flyers 00-01 and 01-02 teams were definitely up there as well in terms of overall toughness.
Don't forget about the 1996-1997 group. They had one of the toughest 4th lines ever with Kordic, Lacroix, and Daniels all on the same line! Additionally Lindros, Otto, and their two goalies Hextall and Snow were there as backup too! That was easily one of the toughest Flyers teams ever. The 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 teams were also some of the toughest as well. Philly had Cote, Gratton, Asham, Laperriere, Carcillo, Hartnell, and Richards during that span. That's incredible, especially in the new NHL!


Boston had one of the toughest lineups in the late 80s just like the Flyers. The 1987-1988 squad had Miller, Byers, Neely, Plett, Kluzak, Markwart, Sweeney, Crowder, and even Shoebottom during the playoff series against Buffalo! The Sabres team they played that year was also loaded with scrappers. Buffalo had Maguire, Hartman, Gillies, Foligno, Ruff, Halkidis, Ludvig, Dykstra and Hospodar. It's no wonder those two teams had major wars that season! I think Philadelphia, Boston, and Detroit had some of the toughest teams ever in the late 1980s. All of them had dangerous heavyweight combos.
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TheDanLine
Sep 28, 2016 13:57 ET
<<------How could I forget that group! Look at my handle. :)Reply
EC
Sep 28, 2016 15:27 ET
Quote from message by TheDanLine
<<------How could I forget that group! Look at my handle. :)
I was thinking the same thing! :)
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TheDanLine
Feb 28 10:37 ET
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Fight at 32:04
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Duration 0:47ThrownLanded   Big   
 Randy McKay 6'2'' 3210lb 2017113A Bit
 Stu Grimson 6'5'' 3230lb 201571
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 BattleshipRules
12871 fight reviews

Aug 7, 2015 17:32 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
8
This was an exciting scrap. Grimson and McKay decided to go at it. The men wrestled a bit early. Stu landed a solid blow and a partial connect. He landed two decent lefts. Randy missed a left. Grimson landed an average blow, missed a shot, and landed an average punch. He missed a blow, landed a partial connect, and missed a shot.

McKay landed an average right and the men wrestled some. Stu jumped out to a big lead, but he seemed winded. Randy was just getting started. He landed two solid punches and an average blow. He missed a shot. McKay landed a pretty good shot and two solid lefts. The men clinched and Randy switched to throwing rights.

McKay landed a couple of body blows, missed a shot, and landed two average rights. The Reaper missed a shot and landed a decent blow. He missed two punches. Randy missed a shot, landed an average blow, and missed a punch. The men clinched. The refs stopped the fight. Stu skated away and sported a bloody nose.

I rate this as a narrow win for McKay. Grimson jumped out to a big lead. Randy worked his way back into the fight and did a nice job of scoring with both hands. His stamina was superior. He wore Stu out and bloodied his nose in the process. Grimson's good start kept this from being a clear win in my mind.
 SarcasticPillow
20121 fight reviews
144 fight logs

Sep 10, 2015 16:45 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Randy McKay and Stu Grimson bump with each other near the Detroit Red Wings' net and drop the gloves quickly. They get a hold of each other in close and wrestle early on but Grimson is still able to land five lefts in a row while forcing McKay's head down. McKay misses a left when Grimson tries to get the helmet off and then Grimson throws three lefts, connecting on two as he stands back from the smaller McKay. Grimson also throws two rights and lands one while McKay is quick to get back in close and buries his head into Grimson's chest. Grimson connects with a left and then McKay misses a right before they wrestle along the boards. McKay then gets his arm free, throwing four lefts and landing three while standing back from the bigger Grimson. Grimson misses a left and then ducks his head as McKay throws three lefts and lands two. McKay then throws five rights and lands one before Grimson gets his head up, losing his helmet in doing so. Grimson throws three lefts and lands one while standing back and then McKay misses a left. McKay then misses a left while Grimson misses a right and McKay misses a left afterwards while Grimson gets back in close. They wrestle and then Grimson stands back and misses one last right before the linesmen come in. They break it up and Grimson goes off with a bloody nose. Good scrap between two young tough guys. I call it a draw, Grimson early and McKay late.
 EC
4500 fight reviews
1 fight log

Feb 21 10:32 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Two young tough guys have a lengthy and highly entertaining fight here. McKay takes Grimson up against the glass and Grimson connects with four left hands. McKay misses with a weak left and Grimson connects with three more lefts. Grimson then lands a right, misses with a right, and lands a left. McKay gets in tight with Grimson and wrestles with him. McKay gets his left hand free and he tags Grimson with five blows while Grimson misses with a weak left. The two men get in tight and wrestle again. McKay tosses two rights from underneath and Grimson loses his helmet. Grimson lands three lefts while McKay lands a right. McKay connects with two lefts while Grimson lands a right as they take turns switching hands. They wrestle up against the glass which draws the officials in. Grimson is cut.

Both men connected with an equal amount of punches so I will score this a draw. Great fight as the two men both got in a number of solid blows and they both were throwing them with both hands.
mullet
19657 fight reviews

Nov 22, 2004 07:36 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
7
Grimson early, then McKay took over and landed some good lefts on Grimson. Grimson had a bloody nose.
FrAn6
3580 fight reviews

May 8, 2012 16:52 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
7
TheDanLine
10907 fight reviews

Aug 24, 2016 12:06 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
8
supersonic
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Feb 20, 2017 07:31 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
7
itsJ.Millertime
11355 fight reviews

Feb 28 11:37 ET
Randy McKay narrow win Fun 
8
Good showing by McKay here overcoming the early barrage of blows from Grimson who lands several shots before McKay can get going, from there though it's McKay who is landing the majority of the blows and does it by switching hands to keep Grimson guessing and off balance, by fights end McKay had overcome the early disadvantage and has actually landed several more shots giving him the win.
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JimMcKenzie
Aug 6, 2015 16:28 ET
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Fight at 46:04
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Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Joey Kocur 6'0'' 5220lb 101681N/A
 Stu Grimson 6'5'' 5230lb 10621
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 SarcasticPillow
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Feb 5, 2011 13:41 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
6
Stu Grimson and Joey Kocur drop the gloves and grab hold of each other. Grimson misses a right before Kocur misses a right as his helmet gets dislodged but just stays on. Grimson misses a right with Kocur missing a right in reply, then Kocur lands a right that puts Grimson off balance after he misses a right. Kocur follows up with two rights, landing one before his helmet finally falls off. Grimson turns his head away and tries to get in tight to Kocur who throws six rights, landing two before Grimson gets a hold of Kocur's right to get in under control. Grimson then misses two rights as they grapple around with Kocur attempting to get his right loose. Kocur lands two rights before he's pressed against the boards by Grimson. Then Kocur works off the boards and lands a right which also gets his elbow pad off. Kocur misses a right before Grimson gets Kocur's right back under control. Grimson misses a right with Kocur missing a right in response after getting Grimson against the boards. Grimson misses a right and they grapple for a little bit until the linesmen come in. Grimson was mostly defensive, trying keep Kocur from getting his right loose but Kocur was still more active and landed more punches. Win Kocur. Okay scrap.
 BattleshipRules
12871 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2014 18:27 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
6
Grimson sought out Kocur on this occasion. Stu missed a punch. Joey landed an average connect and a solid blow. Grimson landed a solid shot and missed a punch. Kocur had a good flurry. He missed a couple of punches, landed an average blow, and landed a couple of solid connects.

Joey was more aggressive. Grimson felt Kocur's superior power early and fought conservatively for much of the bout. He was trying to tie up Joey's right arm, but that was easier said than done.

Kocur missed a punch and landed a partial connect. Grimson missed a couple of punches. The men did a lot of wrestling in the second half of the contest. Joey missed a punch, landed an average blow, and landed a decent shot. Stu just missed with a powerful uppercut. He landed an average blow. Kocur landed an average blow before the refs stopped the lengthy contest.

I rate this as a clear win for Kocur. Joey landed several more blows and with better pop. He put some hurt on the Grim Reaper in this one. Grimson fought conservatively and wrestled a lot over the second half of the fight.
 EC
4500 fight reviews
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Feb 20 16:16 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
6
Rookie heavyweight Stu Grimson tangles with lethal puncher Joey Kocur. Grimson is far bigger than Kocur but Kocur is the more powerful and dangerous fighter. They grapple along the boards and Grimson lands a right while Kocur cocks his right and just waits to unload it. Kocur misses with a right and then both men connect with a right. Grimson connects with another one but Kocur tags him with a big right and the Grim Reaper stumbles. Kocur continues to punch away. He lands two rights, has his helmet fall off, and he scores with two more blows. Kocur lands yet another right as Grimson wraps his arms around Kocur, pulling in tight with the Red Wing.

Kocur lands a right from underneath followed by one to the back of the head. Kocur wrestles with Grimson, trying to break free of his grip and he lands a right. Grimson takes Kocur up against the glass. Kocur works in two rights, losing his elbow pad in the process. Grimson catches another right and then the two wrestle and grapple as they tire. Grimson finally tries to offer up a response as he lands a right, only to take another punch from Kocur. As they grapple Grimson lands a right. Kocur has his arm tied up by Grimson and can't get free. The officials finally decide to move in.

Give the rookie points for courage in taking on one of the most dangerous guys in the league but the young Grim Reaper was no match for Kocur at this early stage in his career. Kocur landed punches seemingly at will and it was just a matter of how many could he get in. After eating several blows, Grimson mainly held on for the duration of the fight. Clear win for Jolting Joey as he landed almost all of the punches and there were many.
 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

Jul 7, 2006 14:38 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
I'll give a clear victory for Kocur as well, but not so much for the punches landed as opposed to the strategy used during the fight. Kocur and Grimson square off, and Kocur landed a big shot early that put Grimson immediately on the defensive - Kocur then narrowly misses a couple of knockout shots that Grimson avoids due to his reach advantage but is basically just holding Kocur's right arm throughout the rest of the fight. The punch count from that point forward was relatively even, but Kocur was clearly the more aggressive of the two and Grimson was spending more time avoiding another big right than he was in mounting an offense for the win.
 EddieShore
911 fight reviews

Dec 14, 2006 14:49 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
Grimson traded punches with Kocur in the early stage of the fight but soon changed to a more defensive mode. Grimson, clearly aware of Kocur's awesome punching power tried to tie up Kocur's right arm and avoid his bombs with mixed success. Kocur narrowly missed some big punches and Grimson only threw sporadic punches at Kocur who was in charge most of the fight.
mullet
19657 fight reviews

Nov 22, 2004 07:37 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
Kocur was throwing big rights on Grimson and almost knock him down with one early in the fight. Grimson also landed a few, but Kocur got the better of this.
lilburtis9363
1031 fight reviews

Dec 17, 2006 18:50 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
kocur landed a lot more, and almost knocked grimson down with a punch, grimson landed 1 big 1 toward the end
gooftick
663 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2007 17:20 ET
Joey Kocur narrow win Fun 
7
Grimson didn't really land anything good.
FrAn6
3580 fight reviews

Jun 8, 2011 20:47 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
Snowflake24
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Jan 2, 2014 18:54 ET
Joey Kocur narrow win Fun 
5
crosbyXXX
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May 24, 2014 14:26 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
TheDanLine
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Aug 24, 2016 12:08 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
supersonic
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Feb 20, 2017 07:31 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
6
Rob07882
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Feb 20, 2017 07:52 ET
Joey Kocur narrow win Fun 
7
itsJ.Millertime
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Feb 28 11:41 ET
Joey Kocur clear win Fun 
7
After an early exchange that sees both guys land a couple Kocur takes the fight over with several stinging rights, Grimson does little to nothing through the middle stages as he tries to tie up Kocur but is unable to do so for the most part, Grimson tosses a couple late landing one but Kocur has clearly thrown and landed several more blows giving him the clear win.
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 Steve Chiasson  (Victim) 6'1'' 1205lb 5A Bit
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Oct 31, 2006 06:13 ET
Very dangerous hit from behind by McGill on Chiasson. Chiasson went head first into the boards and stays down hurt.
There were some blood on the ice.
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