Feb 17, 1993
Boston - Montreal5-2 

Summary Of Events
1  N/A  Hit  Sweeney-Savard
2  N/A  Hit  Leach-Muller
3  16:03  Brawl   10 players 
4  16:03  Fight  Featherstone-Ewen
5  16:03  Fight  Hughes-Roberge
6  16:03  Fight  Kimble-Haller

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 Don Sweeney  (Aggressor) 5'10''  186lb 16N/A
 Denis Savard  (Victim) 5'10''  170lb 16


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 Steve Leach  (Victim) 5'11'' 1200lb 5N/A
 Kirk Muller  (Aggressor) 6'0'' 1205lb 5


Brawl at 16:03
Boston PlayersMontreal Players
Duration N/A  Glen Featherstone  Brent Hughes  Darin Kimble  Gordie Roberts  C.J. Young     Jesse Belanger  Patrice Brisebois  Todd Ewen  Kevin Haller  Mario Roberge   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: N/A
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Jocke
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Nov 4, 2005 01:08 ET
 Fun 
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crosbyXXX
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Aug 4 09:42 ET
 Fun 
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Jocke
Nov 4, 2005 01:12 ET
I believe I saw a glimpse of a Bruins jersey with #8, which was Cam Neely's number.
Not 100% on that though. He only played 13 games this regular season of course, could this have been one of them?
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SarcasticPillow
May 30, 2013 22:31 ET
The brawl.

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mullet
May 16, 2015 13:01 ET
BOS - Hughes 16:03 ;
BOS - Hughes ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
BOS - Hughes (Game Misconduct) 16:03 ;
BOS - Featherstone 16:03 ;
BOS - Featherstone 16:03 ;
BOS - Featherstone ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
BOS - Kimble ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
BOS - Kimble (Game Misconduct) 16:03 ;

MON - Ewen 16:03 ;
MON - Ewen ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
MON - Haller ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
MON - Haller (Game Misconduct) 16:03 ;
MON - Roberge ( (maj)) 16:03 ;
MON - Roberge (Game Misconduct) 16:03 ;
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Fight at 16:03
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:43ThrownLanded   Big   
 Glen Featherstone 6'4'' 2215lb 15100None
 Todd Ewen 6'2'' 2230lb 15850
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 BattleshipRules
13196 fight reviews

Sep 27, 2015 11:22 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
Ewen and Featherstone had a lengthy scrap, but the action was sporadic. It wasn't as good as Roberge getting a KO win over Hughes. Glen landed a decent right and missed a blow. Todd landed two average rights and missed a punch. Featherstone missed a left. Ewen landed two average punches and the men wrestled for a spell. Todd missed a left.

The camera went over to cover the Hughes-Roberge fight for awhile. Todd had Glen pinned against the boards. Ewen missed a blow and landed a decent shot. He missed two punches and landed two decent rights. Featherstone missed a punch. The refs stopped the fight in a clinch.

I rate this as a clear win for Ewen. He controlled the fight and landed several more punches. He didn't land anything big. However, there was no doubt that he won the scrap by a comfortable margin.
Hurls34
425 fight reviews

Mar 16, 2005 22:22 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
After mucking it up with Brent Hughes, Todd Ewen was primed and ready to take on the Bruin before Glen Featherstone comes to his aid. Ewen gets this edge here.
Jocke
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Nov 4, 2005 01:02 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
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mullet
19976 fight reviews

Jun 5, 2010 09:31 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
4
Two big boys. Featherstone just wanted to wrestle in this one, Ewen landed only punches. Win Ewen.
crosbyXXX
4077 fight reviews

Aug 4 09:43 ET
Todd Ewen clear win Fun 
5
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brawler29
Sep 27, 2015 08:14 ET
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Fight at 16:03
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Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Brent Hughes 5'11''  180lb 15N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Mario Roberge 5'11''  195lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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 EC
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Jan 27, 2016 13:34 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
8
Mario Roberge was a very skilled technical fighter. He and his brother Serge were two very intelligent, and very tough enforcers. While Serge only played 9 career NHL games with Quebec, he is regarded as a legendary minor league tough guy throughout the 1990s. Mario did not get much playing time in the big league himself (only 112 games) but he did manage to get some playing time with the Canadiens between the 1990-1991 season and the 1994-1995 season. Roberge only played 2 full seasons in the NHL. They were the 1992-1993 season which is when this battle took place and the following year. Roberge played 50 games for the Stanley Cup winning Habs in 92-93, enabling him to get his name on the Cup.

Brent Hughes was not nearly as successful as a fighter, nor was he in Roberge's weight class. Although Hughes was a middleweight and a punching bag at that, he is respected by fight fans for his entertaining wide open fighting style, and his courageous fighting spirit. Hughes played part of 2 seasons with the Winnipeg Jets before being moved to Washington and then Boston. After only playing in 8 games for the Bruins in 1991-1992, Hughes earns a spot full time on the roster. The 1992-1993 season marks his first full season in the NHL.

Roberge and Hughes pair off during a line brawl between two of the most intense rivals in the NHL: Boston and Montreal. There are actually 3 fights going on simultaneously, but the Roberge-Hughes fight is easily the best one. Hughes misses with a left as they grapple and he takes two rights from Roberge. Hughes tries to tie up Roberge's right but to no avail. The Montreal tough guy gets free and connects with a right.

Hughes tries to answer with a right of his own but it is locked out by Roberge. Roberge starts pumping Hughes with rights and he actually puts the Boston tough guy down. To his credit, Hughes gets back up but it may have been wiser for him to have stayed down in this instance. Hughes is helmetless and he tries to shake his right arm free. Roberge gets his right free, connecting with several more blows including one that really stings Hughes.

Hughes finally succeeds in getting his arm free of his jersey. He connects with a right but then takes a big punch right on the button. Hughes drops down to the ice, clutching his face and in a great deal of pain. Roberge recognizes Hughes is done and backs off as the referee escorts him away.

Hughes displayed the fighting spirit he was known for as he took on a superior fighter and didn't give an inch. He continued to battle on even when getting destroyed. However as courageous as that is, he paid a great price for it. Roberge dropped him to the ice with a right hand. Hughes stayed down and took a long time to recover from the impact, thus this is a knockout win for Roberge.

After winning the Stanley Cup, Roberge played in the 1993-1994 season, but only played 9 games with the Habs in the lockout shortened 1994-1995 season. He would never play again in the NHL, and would only spend one more year in the Montreal organization as he played his last season with their AHL affiliate the Fredericton Canadiens in 1995-1996. He would then bounce around his native Quebec, playing for several teams in the LNAH. Roberge will be remembered as a smart, tough, technical fighter that gave other NHL tough guys trouble during his brief time in the big league.

Brent Hughes would play 2 more seasons with the Boston Bruins, improving his playing skills which helped him chip in on the scoresheet as well. He also managed to suit up in the playoffs for the Bruins during those 2 years. Before the 1995-1996 season began, he was claimed on waivers by the Buffalo Sabres. The 1995-1996 Sabres led the NHL in both penalty minutes and fights that season, and Hughes was one of several tough guys they had (along with Rob Ray, Brad May, Matt Barnaby, and Bob Boughner).

Buffalo did not resign Hughes, and he moved on to the New York Islanders where he would play his last NHL season in 1996-1997. Hughes would play 2 seasons in the IHL before retiring. Fight fans will remember him as an entertaining middleweight who would battle on despite not being a decent fighter. Hughes was someone you would want on your team as he was not afraid to step up and defend teammates despite having limited fighting skills and rarely coming away the victor in a fight.
 BattleshipRules
13196 fight reviews

Mar 30, 2014 07:35 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
8
Roberge brought the pain in this one. Hughes took him on at the same time Todd Ewen was going at it with Glen Featherstone. The cameras went back and forth between the two matches. Hughes missed a left hand. Roberge landed a solid blow, landed an average connect, and missed a right hand.

Brent clinched for a brief spell. Mario missed a punch. Hughes missed a shot. Roberge missed a shot and landed a solid blow. Brent missed a punch, Mario landed a good one that did a lot of damage. Hughes was on the ice holding his face in the aftermath.

This was a KO win for Roberge. Hughes was hurt badly. He was very slow to get up and he was holding his face.
Hurls34
425 fight reviews

Mar 16, 2005 22:16 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
7
After grappling with Hughes for a bit, Roberge rattles off a series of second-wind short jabs (if you've seen Roberge fight before I'm sure you know what I'm talking about). Roberge stings Hughes with some big rights to the face knocking him down to the ice with his head in his hands. Hughes was a gutsy player, but just an awful fighter.
fanwiththeshoe
288 fight reviews

Aug 13, 2005 11:52 ET
Mario Roberge win by TKO Fun 
8
Pretty brutal and one sided event. Roberge totally dropped Hughes in this battle with some mean rights. Impressive job by Roberge.
FrAn6
3594 fight reviews

Jul 4, 2009 12:45 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
7
mullet
19976 fight reviews

Jun 5, 2010 09:32 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
8
Roberge put a beating on Hughes. He put Hughes down once but Hughes got back up to continue. Roberge really tagged Hughes in the end and put him down again, this time Hughes was hurt and it took a while for him to get up and go the the penaltybox.
sambusque
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Jun 1, 2013 10:25 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
8
sadcbjfan
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Dec 25, 2013 19:50 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
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Nuerac8
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Mar 30, 2014 21:31 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
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supersonic
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May 27, 2018 07:45 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
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crosbyXXX
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Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
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TheDanLine
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Dec 6 17:34 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
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itsJ.Millertime
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Dec 7 14:41 ET
Mario Roberge win by KO Fun 
7
The camera cutting back and forth make it hard to follow but looked like each landed some rights early with Roberge landing more and maybe better as well, no doubt about the end though as Roberge lands 2 hard rights that end up dropping Hughes to the ice where he lies in pain holding his face, KO win Roberge.
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Jocke
Oct 15, 2005 11:28 ET
Roberge's comment on the event: "I hit him good. He fell on the ice, but I didn't want to hit him any more. I told him that I would give him a break, because I had knocked him out when he tried to throw a left and I put him down on the ice. Everybody was very surprised about that, and commented how I didn't keep throwing them. When a guy is down, I leave him alone. I never throw a punch when a guy is down. That's how I show a guy respect."Reply
lilburtis9363
Dec 3, 2008 14:35 ET
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UriahHeep
Oct 3, 2009 06:48 ET
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Those fuckin Boston homers(comentators) were left speechless after their boy got KOed!LOL!!!!
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TheDanLine
Dec 6 17:36 ET
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Fight at 16:03
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Darin Kimble 6'2''  205lb 10N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Kevin Haller 6'2''  195lb 10N/AN/AN/A
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Hurls34
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Mar 16, 2005 22:19 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
7
With Featherstone and Hughes doing battle, Kimble must have felt like the odd man out, so he tussles with Kevin Haller at the tail end of the scrum. Kimble wins handily.
fanwiththeshoe
288 fight reviews

Aug 13, 2005 11:58 ET
Darin Kimble decisive win Fun 
6
Mismatch! Kimble hammers away and Haller was in trouble, but he shows up. Pretty one sided fight during a brawl.
mullet
19976 fight reviews

Jun 5, 2010 09:33 ET
Darin Kimble decisive win Fun 
6
It was a mismatch, as expected Kimble took care of non fighter Haller, he beat Haller to the ice in the end and Haller turtled.
crosbyXXX
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Aug 4 09:45 ET
Darin Kimble clear win Fun 
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