Jan 28, 1991
New Jersey - Detroit6-2

Summary Of Events
1  24:39  Fight  Crowder-Probert
2  25:16  Rough  Daneyko-McKay
3  29:31  Fight  Daneyko-McKay
4  31:56  Fight  Crowder-Probert
5  51:02  Rough  Kasatonov-Gallant
6  59:25  Fight  O'Connor-Primeau

Fight at 24:39
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Duration 0:29ThrownLanded   Big   
 Troy Crowder 6'4'' 1238lb 18741None
 Bob Probert 6'3'' 1220lb 18862
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 srehm1
357 fight reviews

Feb 16, 2008 20:30 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Probert and Crowder go at it in their much-hyped rematch. There's an electricity in the air as the crowd at Joe Louis Arena eagerly await the coming battle. Probert wanted to avenge a bloody loss earlier in the season and he wouldn't have to be a road warrior to do it, either. This one's in front of a home crowd and they buzz with excitement.

These two lock up and Probert throws two quick rights that both seem to land. Crowder answers back with right hands of his own. Probert tries to pull free, but Crowder is holding on and poking through a number of straight rights. As Probert backs up to get loose, Crowder pushes him against the boards. These two now reverse their direction with Crowder still throwing quick, straight rights.

Then the tide turns. Probert cocks back and fires a huge right hand that blasts Crowder's helmet off. Crowder pushes Probert against the boards and gets nailed by two more slashing right hands. Crowder's jersey now is over his head and Probert lands a quick uppercut. Then, with Crowder blind and his guard down, Probert unleashes a huge right uppercut that drops Crowder to the ice. The fans were going crazy. They roared louder then at any previous Probert fight that I could remember.

Probert just adds to his legend with this fight. With all the hype surrounding this fight Probert, more or less, had to win. He won big in this one wiping out Crowder with a big uppercut. Crowder had his moments early in the fight when he was throwing quick, straight right hands. Crowder, however, faded in the end and Probert won a TKO victory. Classic Probert revenge fight.
 chrisY2J
1232 fight reviews

Aug 1 13:59 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
It's rematch time at the Joe Louis Arena between Detroit heavyweight Bob Probert and Jersey juggernaut Troy Crowder. Probert wants revenge for the bloodying he took at the hands of Crowder back in October during the first regular season game of the year.

Crowder has been on the ice for a little while, and Probert comes off his bench on a shift change, moving towards his nemesis. Probert and Crowder meet up and bump. Crowder was intending to come off the ice at the end of his shift, but Probert blocks his way and issues the challenge. Crowder accepts Probert's invitaton. The two heavyweights drop the gloves and go at it.

Probert throws two right hands right off the bat, but neither landed flush. Crowder then muscles Probert against the boards and goes to work. Crowder throws about a half-dozen right hands at Probert, landing half of them pretty well. Probert is on the defensive and isn't throwing a thing; all he is doing is turning his head to the side to avoid getting popped in the face. Probert's jersey is halfway over his face, and it looks like he's in trouble once again (like he was in their first fight).

Probert, perhaps out of desperation, throws a huge right hand that clocks Crowder in the side of the face, sending Troy's helmet flying. This turns the tide. Crowder definitely felt that punch and goes on the defensive, trying to tie Probert up. But, like a shark smelling blood in the water, Probert starts to attack more intensely and gains the momentum.

Now the big Devil's sweater is partially over his head. Probert throws two hammering shots at his foe. The first one lands solidly, then the final blow connects. The last punch by Probert is a well-applied bomb. Crowder is knocked off his feet and falls face first onto the ice. The zebras immediately step in, but both men know the fight is over and don't try to get back at each other.

Probert and Crowder calmly go to the penalty boxes as the Detroit crowd goes absolutely INSANE (in fact, I'd go so far as to say that this is the best crowd reaction to a fight I have ever seen). It was a TKO victory and sweet revenge for Probert, and the Detroit fans loved every second of it.
 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2006 12:30 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
One of the most hyped rematches I can ever remember, Probert was talking about this one for months after his loss to Crowder in their opener. To his credit, he backed it up in what turned out to be yet another classic in his long list of epic heavyweight battles. He and Crowder drop the gloves against the boards and Crowder is taking it to him early, landing the first 5-6 punches of the fight - all straight right hands. Probert then gets his right free and lands a big shot, then follows it with another big right that drops Crowder to the ice. Again, as in other fights, especially his rematch fights (i.e., Domi & Semenko) Probert just refuses to lose. He wasn't getting the better of this one at first but kept swinging until he got his revenge. The Champ regains his crown in dramatic style.
 EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Oct 16, 2006 20:45 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
The long anticipated rematch between Crowder and Probert. Probert had waited to get even for a long time. Crowder threw a right punch, Probert answered with two rights of his own, Crowder unleashed another right and came charging forward and had a nice spell after that. Crowder used his brute strength and pushed Probert backwards while hitting him with five unanswered rights. Crowder tried to duplicate what he did in their first fight when he once again tried to pull the jersey over Probert's head. At this point of the fight it looked like the end result would be the same as in the first fight. With the jersey over his head Probert threw a desperate sledgehammer of a right that sent Crowder's helmet flying and that changed the whole momentum of the fight. Probert then continued to pound Crowder with rights and pulled the jersey over Crowder's head, finishing him off with a couple of nice rights. Probert finished the fight strongly, having the last six punches of the fight. Even though Crowder went down from the last punch he wasn't hurt at all as he calmly skated away after the fight.
 SarcasticPillow
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May 19, 2011 12:57 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
Back in the first game of the season rookie, Troy Crowder came out with a big win over Bob Probert, bloodying the more experienced tough guy in the process. Crowder was propelled onward by the big win and he was having a really good year and had already established himself as a good fighter so when the New Jersey Devils are on the road against the Detroit Red Wings, Probert wants a rematch with Crowder, looking for revenge on the big rookie. They meet early on in the second period and drop them. They both grab hold with the left and Probert throws two rights, landing one. Crowder lands a right as Probert backs into the boards. Crowder lands five more rights as Probert remains idle. They get in close and Crowder tries to keep Probert's head down. During the wrestling however Probert gets his head up and stands back from Crowder, landing a right that knocks off his helmet. Probert's jersey comes over his head and Crowder attempts to get back in close, pushing Probert into the boards as he throws two rights, landing one. Probert's jersey stays down as he gets off the boards and stands back from Crowder who's jerseyed by Probert. Probert then lands two rights, the last one dropping Crowder. Probert lets go and stands over his opponent as his home Joe Louis Arena crowd roars loudly. Crowder gets up unhurt. A very entertaining rematch between the two with Probert earning the TKO decision over Crowder. There wasn't too much going on at first but Probert got loose and went on offense while Crowder just focused defensively on stopping it. Probert got Crowder jerseyed and in a bad spot and dropped him.
 BattleshipRules
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Jun 21, 2013 20:05 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
9
Probert and Crowder had a much anticipated rematch. Troy had surprised Bob with a good performance in the first contest. Probie landed a couple of decent rights in the beginning of the contest. Troy landed a couple of average blows, a couple of decent blows, and an average shot.

Crowder built up a lead and wrapped up Bob's right hand. Troy missed a punch. Probie knew he needed to neutralize Crowder's powerful right hand. Bob established a strong grip over Troy's shoulder. This was a turning point in the bout.

Probert started to land with very effective right hands. He landed a good shot and a couple of solid blows. He landed a big shot and Troy's jersey came up over his head. Bob landed a pretty good blow and finshed him off.

This was a TKO win for Probert. Bob made an adjustment where he took away Crowder's right hand. He started to pound away with lefts. Probie was a good two-handed puncher and some guys tended to underestimate the power in his left hooks. Probie won this fight in impressive fashion.
 hb11
3931 fight reviews

Jul 31, 2006 14:35 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
Crowder did well early keeping Probert close and landing a few before Probert connects with a good right cross that separates his helmet from his head. Crowder gets wrapped up in his own jersey and becomes easy pickings for big Bob when he lands a vicious uppercut that drops Crowder to the ice.
Anthony19
2983 fight reviews

May 24, 2004 19:34 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
They both grabbed on and they both threw some punches as they skated around. Then Crowder threw a punch which Probert ducked, and he caught Crowder in a bad position and clocked him a good one that sent him to the ice.
mullet
19548 fight reviews

Nov 24, 2004 02:57 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
First it was quite even with both throwing few weak punches. Then Probert got three good rights in, first of them knocked Crowder's helmet off. Then Crowder's jersey came over his head and Probert landed a big right uppercut on him and floors Crowder.
Jocke
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May 22, 2005 13:21 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
re
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Aug 4, 2005 07:40 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
10
Its a tie at the begining no wons landing hard shots.
Then Probert lands a huge one that knocks Crowders lid off.
Probert lands a nother huge one that knocks croweder flat.
drwdan19
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May 27, 2006 08:24 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
CDD
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Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
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zolika
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Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
Greaseball
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Jan 24, 2008 14:17 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
pretty even fight until probert lands two bombs at the end with the second one bringing crowder to the ice
TowerOfRome
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Feb 3, 2009 19:48 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
REVENGE!! Pretty even fight in the first 20 seconds. You could even say Crowder had it early (because he threw the only punch and looked to have the upper hand in the grappling) but when Probie landed that right that took Crowder's lid off, you knew he was in trouble. Bob hit him with 2 more bombs then got Crowder's jersey over his head and had a clean open shot to put him down and he did. TKO.
Buffalogotcheated99
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Feb 11, 2009 20:40 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
skylineProbi
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Feb 8, 2010 13:25 ET
Bob Probert win by TKO Fun 
8
good boy,probi conducted 2 memorizing udara,1 when shlem,2 flew sending Crowder in a knock-down, in also tried again to draw on time of Crowder on the head of Probi of jersey, forfeited whereupon
terrry
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SarcasticPillow
Jun 3, 2013 18:27 ET
The first fight between these two in this game.

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Rough at 25:16
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 Ken Daneyko 6'0'' 2216lb 6N/A
 Randy McKay 6'2'' 2210lb 6


 Fight at 29:31
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 Ken Daneyko 6'0'' 2216lb 6N/AN/AN/AN/A
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 BattleshipRules
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Feb 11, 2014 19:56 ET
Draw Fun 
8
This was an excellent fight between two tough customers. McKay missed a punch and landed an average blow. He missed a punch, landed a decent connect, and landed a solid shot. Daneyko missed a couple of blows, landed a solid shot, missed a punch, and landed an average blow.

Ken was chucking left hands with authority. Randy was throwing powerful rights. It was good toe-to-toe action. Daneyko was more accurate for a spell. He missed a shot and landed a solid connect. He missed a punch and landed another solid blow.

McKay missed several punches and landed a solid shot. He missed a few and found the range again. He landed a solid connect. Daneyko missed a punch, landed a pretty good blow, and missed a few punches. His accuracy was a bit off down the stretch. Ken landed an average blow. Randy landed a solid connect, missed a punch, and landed a solid blow. The refs stopped the fight as the men began to wrestle.

I rate this as a draw. Both men landed several powerful shots. It was a very competitive fight and the men landed close to equal number of blows and with similar impact.
 chrisY2J
1232 fight reviews

Aug 1 14:03 ET
Draw Fun 
8
As the Red Wings are attacking in the Jersey zone, Detroit warrior Randy McKay and harder than a coffin nail Devils blueliner Ken Daneyko meet up in front of the net. They hurl off their gloves and are instantly battling fiercely. They have a furious toe-to-toe exchange, Daneyko going lefty and McKay going righty.

Daneyko and McKay were both throwing and both were landing; neither appeared to get the overall advantage. McKay himself said he thinks this fight was a draw. Randy described it in a 1993 interview: "He landed the first four or five punches, then we exchanged them for about four or five punches, then I landed the last four or five punches." They each landed their share and ended up wrestling, then the officials split them up.

This was a great fight, no edge to either combatant. It was a well-fought draw between McKay and Daneyko, two very tough men (and future teammates). It was a nice undercard bout to the Bob Probert-Troy Crowder rematches.
mullet
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Nov 16, 2006 05:53 ET
Draw Fun 
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Non stop toe to toe affair, both land a ton with Daneyko a bit better early and McKay better late, a well deserved draw to both men.
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Fight at 31:56
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Duration 0:38ThrownLanded   Big   
 Troy Crowder 6'4'' 1238lb 1826121None
 Bob Probert 6'3'' 1220lb 18841
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 srehm1
357 fight reviews

Feb 20, 2008 20:27 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
7
Round number three between Bob Probert and Troy Crowder. An unusual fight in that their much-hyped rematch had already taken place earlier in the same game. In that fight Probert had bested Crowder clearly with a TKO victory. This time there would be no waiting fifty games for a rematch. Crowder wanted a go with Probie here and now.

Probert is at the end of a long shift when Crowder gets on the ice and goes right after him. They meet in front of the New Jersey bench and Crowder wastes no time. He begins suckering Probert with right hands before he can even get his gloves off. I don't know if Probert was playing his old draw a penalty gambit or if he just did not want to fight. Either way, Crowder lands three or four right hands right off the bat as Probert tries to back away and get his right arm free. Probert attempts a right hand but it falls short, Crowder's grip is too good. Crowder continues to throw numerous chopping right hands at the back of Probert's head and shoulders. Crowder must have thrown about 24-25 punches to Probert's one at this point.

As Crowder continues his assault, Probert pulls out from under his jersey. He gets hit with a Crowder uppercut then begins to finally get something going. He lands two right hands and an uppercut then slams Crowder into the boards. He sticks another right in there but wants to pull free from not only his jersey but from everything. As they pull away from the boards Probert gets everything off his back. His jersey, shoulder pads, and t-shirt are wrapped around his arms. He fires two rights, the second of which is met by a power right from Crowder that strikes Probert flush. Somehow Probert seems unfazed, taking this shot fully and not skipping a beat. Crowder ruins any chance of a comeback by falling. Probert throws another right as the linesmen get in.

This was a difficult fight to judge because Crowder just began suckering Probert before he even dropped his gloves. Probert, however, seemed to have enough time to mount a comeback. He did get things going but his rally fell short. Probert also knew what Crowder was out there for. Crowder dropped his gloves in front of Probert and started throwing right hands. It wasn't like he attacked Probert from behind. It's also for this reason that I can't give Crowder a decisive win. I thought it was cheap that he didn't give Probert a fair chance to at least drop his gloves. Probert ate four or five shots right out of the gate before he had a chance to throw. A clear win for Crowder, although a controversial one. Probert took a huge right from Crowder at the end of the fight. I can't believe he took it almost unfazed. I've seen Crowder drop guys with that right hand but not Probert.
 BattleshipRules
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Jun 22, 2013 16:46 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
8
Crowder and Probert had their third bout of the season and second fight of the game. This was gut check time for Troy. Bob really gave it to him in a stoppage win earlier in the game. The rematch would show what the Devils enforcer was made of.

Troy got his dangerous right hand loose and wrapped up Probie's right arm. These were two important keys to success. It was all Crowder in the early part of the contest. Troy landed an average shot, missed a punch, and landed a solid connect. Bob couldn't get right hands off.

Troy landed a solid and an average connect. He missed a couple of punches. He got Probert's jersey over his head. Ironically, the loose jersey was a factor in all three bouts. Cwoder continued to score with effective shots. He landed three average blows and a solid connect. He landed a few solid rights and a pretty good uppercut. Troy was in great position and was well ahead in the scoring.

Bob got his right hand free to do some punching. He had a good spell where he landed a solid blow, a pretty good shot, and another solid connect. Troy landed a decent shot in response. Bob landed a partial connect and missed a punch. Any momentum that Probert was gaining came to a halt when Troy landed a pretty good right hand. Bob landed a couple of decent blows as Crowder lost his balance and toppled to the ice. The refs stopped the contest.

I rate this as a clear win for Crowder. Although Probert had a good spurt with three effective right hands, Troy landed many more power punches in the fight. Bob was unable to match the punch output. His jersey got wrapped around his arm for much of the contest and stymied his offensive attack. Troy landed many more punches and several of them were quality blows.

This was the apex of Crowder's fighting career. He won two out of three fights against Probie that season. I remember fans having debates over who the top heavyweight was. Troy won two clearcut victories, but Bob dropped the hammer on him in one fight and won with an impressive stoppage win. Crowder also suffered a bad loss to Darin Kimble, which hurt his standing in the eyes of observers.

It looked like Crowder was on his way to becoming a top enforcer for years to come. He was incredibly strong and had a wrecking ball right hand. Unfortunately, he suffered from serious recurrent back injuries which limited his effectiveness. Crowder went on to have some good wins, but his fighting ability was never quite the same.

Crowder was like a shooting star in the 1990-91 season. He reminds me of how Don Mattingly terrorized the American League pitching in his prime. Don drove the ball with authority and was a Triple Crown threat for a time. One year he drove in 145 runs. Like Crowder, Mattingly was greatly hampered by a bad back. He was still capable of hitting an occasional long ball, but he was never again the same offensive player. He had the potential to reach the Hall of Fame, but injuries prevented him from reaching his full potential.

Crowder will always be remembered for his great 1990-91 season. He gave Bob Probert all he could handle. Few guys could beat Probert on multiple occasions in his fighting prime. Troy had great accomplishments with his fists, but fight fans remember that he could have done more if he didn't suffer such debilitating injuries.
 chrisY2J
1232 fight reviews

Aug 1 14:11 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
8
Detroit bad boy Bob Probert is nearing the end of a long shift when the Devils' hitman Troy Crowder is sent out on the ice (this was done deliberately by the Devils coach, who felt that Probert had an unfair advantage in their first fight in this game, catching Troy at the end of a shift).

Crowder seeks out Probert and challenges him. Probert looks like he doesn't want to fight, but Troy doesn't give him any choice in the matter. Crowder sheds the gloves and pounces on Probert before the Detroit tough guy is fully ready to go. Crowder didn't outright MUG or SUCKERPUNCH Probert (since Bob was looking at him and Troy was making it known he wanted to go), but he definitely GOT THE JUMP on Bob, forced him into a fight, and began tossing right hands before Probie was fully ready to go.

Crowder works over Probert with a lot of quick, chopping right hands, connecting mainly on the back or side of the head. Probert is in survival mode and ducking, trying not to get hit directly in the face by the dangerously power-punching Crowder. As the fight progresses, Crowder lands mostly glancing shots to the face or solid ones to the side of the head.

Probert powers Crowder against the boards, tossing a couple punches that don't land. Crowder keeps throwing. Probert comes out of the shell and finally comes back with a couple good shots of his own, including a solid uppercut. The well-placed uppercut makes Crowder pause for a moment and stop his relentless throwing.

(Meanwhile, as Probert and Crowder fight, all of the other Devils and Red Wings on the ice pile up and do some shoving)

Probert's jersey comes partially off. He fires back at Crowder. His jersey, shoulder pads, and T-shirt come almost completely off, entangled in his arms. Probert tries to throw another punch at Crowder, but he is met with a jolting straight right hand to the jaw by the big Devil.

Probert seems stunned by the blow for a second, but only for a second. Later, in a retrospective interview, Crowder said he could not believe Probert did not go down after Troy cranked him with that shot. Probert's jersey, T-shirt, and shoulder pads are now completely off. With nothing to anchor himself onto, Crowder stumbles forward. Both heavyweights end up falling to the ice in a heap after that, where the fight is broken up by the officials.

It was a clear win on points for Crowder, though it was somewhat of a jumping in the beginning (but apparently not without reason). Crowder outlanded Probert by a great deal. The champ tried to come back, but his rally fell short.
 SarcasticPillow
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May 19, 2011 12:58 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
7
Troy Crowder and Bob Probert are back on the ice following their first fight of the game and Crowder wants to go again and avenge the big win by Probert. Crowder bodies Probert and then drops the gloves. Probert's grabbed by Crowder who then throws seven rights in a row, landing six as Probert slowly drops his gloves and grabs back onto Crowder. Crowder briefly pauses once Probert is ready but then throws five more rights, connecting with one. Probert counters with a missing right and then lowers his head as Crowder throws three small rights to the back of the head and lands two. Probert's jersey and shoulder pads come off so Crowder gets in tight right away to try and neutralize that advantage for Probert. Crowder throws eleven consecutive rights, landing nine before Probert raises his head and returns with four rights, two of them landing. Probert's right gets caught up in his jersey though and Crowder misses a right as Probert lowers his head again. Probert lands a right and then has his undershirt pulled off by Crowder too. Probert raises his head while missing a right and then Crowder lands a good right but falls down after. Probert misses two rights at the downed Crowder so the linesmen get in and break them apart. Third fight on the season for these two enforcers and the second of the game. Crowder clearly got the jump on Probert and took the lead early on. Probert never really came back and couldn't throw freely for much of the fight and wasn't nearly as active as Crowder. Crowder landed many more punches and the better punches too so he gets the clear win. Entertaining scrap.
 CrazyPsycho
1121 fight reviews

May 30, 2006 07:41 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
7
Crowder gets the upper hand right away, landing two or three right hands. Crowder gets Probert's jersey over his head and lands several short rights. Probert comes back with two good uppercuts, and they tie up. Probert lands a right, and Crowder responds with a better one that snaps Probert's head back. Crowder then slips down as Probert just misses a huge bomb.
 hb11
3931 fight reviews

Jul 31, 2006 14:51 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
8
Crowder gets the jump on Probert and starts firing away before Probert can get his gloves off. He misses alot but does score with some decent rights. Probert survives the early onslaught and though he gets wrapped up in his jersey to some extent he counters with some punches of his own including a good uppercut . Crowder yanks on Probert's shirt and after he gets it completely over his head, he throws a wicked right cross that connects before stumbling to the ice. Very good heavyweight scrap.
 EddieShore
912 fight reviews

Oct 16, 2006 21:10 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
8
Their third fight and second of the night. Crowder takes charge of this bout immediately by unloading a barrage of 10-11 rights against only 2-3 from Probert. For the third time in a row between these two Crowder manages to once again pull the jersey over Probert's head. While Probert is struggling with the jersey, Crowder continues pounding him with another 10 rights. Probert survives the worst onslaught and throws a left hook and uppercut. Probert is still struggling with his jersey that comes off. He tries to nail Crowder with a couple of rights but gets countered by a solid hard right that rocks Probert who takes a step back and almost falls, but he shrewdly yanks Crowder by his jersey so they both fall down.
I'm a bit surprised that such an experienced fighter like Probert allowed Crowder to pull the jersey over his head for a third straight time. Crowder did very well in this scrap and really redeemed himself for the other fight between the two earlier that night.
mullet
19548 fight reviews

Nov 24, 2004 02:59 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
7
Crowder jumps Probert and he threw about five rights before Probert got his gloves off. Crowder hammered Probie with many rights until Probert finally got some shots in. At the end Crowder landed a big right on Probert and then Crowder fell.
Jocke
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May 22, 2005 13:31 ET
Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
8
re
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Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
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Croweder gets Proberts jersey over and lands a few.
Proberts jersey comes off and crowder still the won landing all the shots.
Then Probert starts landing some and he takes croweder down.
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Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
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crowder jumps probert and starts pounding him before he gets the gloves off, probert gets some in, crowder lands a huge punch that snaps proberts head back and then ducks under a big uppercut
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Troy Crowder clear win Fun 
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Troy Crowder narrow win Fun 
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dirty victory for Crowder again strained jersey on the head of Probi served victory for Crowder
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Melnychuk
Apr 29, 2008 11:56 ET
In Crowder's words:

"We stayed out quite late, and fought through the pre-game skate the next morning with a bit of a hangover and then had a little nap. I think it was enough to give everybody a little shakeup and we went out and the first few shifts my coach was letting me get some skating in before the fight was going to happen. When Bob would go out, he would hold me back, and when he'd come off, he would let me go skate. After I'd had a few shifts, I guess they figured we were both ready, so I was out, and I was coming off the end of one of my shifts and I was pretty tired. Bob came off and challenged me, and you know, ego says you can't skate away from this, even though you're tired, because then the fans are going to boo you and think you're scared. I ended up dropping the gloves and had a fight with him, and as you know, he's very strong on his skates and he hit me a few times, but didn't really knock me down or out, but I'd lost my balance on a few of the punches and I fell down. So that was kind of the end of that, and nothing really hurt or anything.

I went to the box and when I came back to my bench, my coach was quite pissed off. He said, That's bullshit. You got hit at the end of your shift. He said, I'm going to wait until the end of his shift and I'm sending you out there after him. So, later on, when Bob was on a shift my coach came by me on the bench and yelled and called off one of our players and sent me out there. I went after him and everyone says, he didn't want to fight you - you jumped him, and I said, Look, this is kind of the same scenario of what had just happened with me in the shift before. I challenged him and we fought and same scenario, you know, they were pretty even fights. Some will say I got the best of one and he got the best of the other, but in general, they were pretty even. Anyway, that happened, and I got booted out maybe because of the instigator rule, I think it was.
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SarcasticPillow
May 6, 2011 10:12 ET
The second fight between these two this game.

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Drunk247
Jan 27, 2014 23:15 ET
I always considered this fight a draw because Crowder bailed out of it. He landed more and better, perhaps thanks in part to getting the quick draw on Probert who should have expected Troy might be looking to redeem himself from the earlier fight and been better prepared. However he took the best that Crowder could throw at him unfazed and got out of the jersey and began to mount a comeback. I think knowing that Probert was on on the comeback trail and perhaps having punched himslf out a bit without anything to grab onto, Crowder took a dive to end the fight before it was truly settled. If you simply score punches landed, then a Win for Crowder in this one is the correct call, but I don't think you can "win" a fight when you hit the deck and turtle up a bit waiting for a linesmen save. I don't think Probert really did enough to Win, but I'd give him the draw for the strong finish or any decision to be awarded because it looked to me like Crowder threw in the towel at the end there.Reply
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Aug 1 11:03 ET
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