Nov 27, 1995
Buffalo - St. Louis2-0 

Summary Of Events
1  1:57  Fight  Barnaby-Sawyer
2  6:32  Fight  Ray-Twist

Fight at 1:57
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Matthew Barnaby 6'1'' 1191lb 14000N/A
 Kevin Sawyer 6'2'' 1205lb 14220
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 EC
4846 fight reviews
1 fight log

May 17, 2009 20:44 ET
Kevin Sawyer clear win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Matt Barnaby and Kevin Sawyer line up next to each other. The 2 talk and Sawyer jabs Barnaby with his stick. Its obvious what is coming or so Sawyer thinks.

The puck drops and Sawyer quickly throws his gloves off. He grabs Barnaby and lands 2 rights. Barnaby who did not drop his gloves just covers up and goes to the ice in the turtle position. Sawyer stops throwing and backs off realizing Barnaby suckered him into taking a penalty.

Sawyer landed the only punches in an unfair fight to earn the win.
 WanderingEye
1761 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Dec 15, 2005 20:55 ET
Kevin Sawyer clear win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
They have a talk while lining up for a faceoff. The puck is dropped, as are Sawyer's gloves, and he throws two rights at Barnaby. Barnaby keeps his equipment on and just falls to his knees in the turtle position. Sawyer holds up once he realizes that he was suckered into a penalty.
 SarcasticPillow
20766 fight reviews
151 fight logs

Jul 30, 2009 22:54 ET
Kevin Sawyer decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Matthew Barnaby is lined up with Kevin Sawyer on a faceoff. The referee fakes dropping the puck and Sawyer drops his stick; Barnaby offers no reply. Sawyer then drops the gloves, grabs Barnaby, and gives him two rights. Barnaby just ducks his head and drops to his knees. Sawyer doesn't continue and lets go of Barnaby while the referee comes in. Unfair fight considering Barnaby never fought back which also makes it a decisive win since the referee came in to protect Barnaby from Sawyer. Bad fight, almost nothing happened at all.
 BattleshipRules
13155 fight reviews

Dec 8, 2014 15:39 ET
Kevin Sawyer decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Barnaby lined up against Sawyer. Kevin wanted to go, but Matthew was looking to draw a penalty to give his team a power play advantage. Sawyer missed a blow, landed a solid shot, and landed a good punch. Matthew turtled on the ice and Kevin backed off. I rate this as a decisive win for Sawyer as Barnaby never fought back. Kevin received a double minor for the mugging.
steeles21
193 fight reviews

Apr 15, 2007 20:01 ET
Kevin Sawyer clear win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Fake glove drop Barnaby.
re
9280 fight reviews

May 18, 2009 20:31 ET
Kevin Sawyer decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
Sawyer grabs Barnaby and begins to give him punches, Barnaby turtles and drops to the ice and the linesmen quickly jump in.
Buffalogotcheated99
567 fight reviews

Jul 13, 2009 18:29 ET
Kevin Sawyer decisive win
Fight called Unfair by WanderingEye on Dec 15, 2005
Reason: Matthew Barnaby never intended to fight back
 Fun 
3
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mullet
Apr 16, 2007 05:44 ET
Sawyer, Stl ( double roughing minor), 1:57Reply
EC
May 17, 2009 21:41 ET
Reply
BattleshipRules
Dec 6, 2014 15:54 ET
This is a perfect example of a clear fight where a guy didn't get a fighting major. Sawyer cranked Barnaby with a good shot at the end. It was an unfair bout for sure, but it was a fight.Reply


Fight at 6:32
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:15ThrownLanded   Big   
 Rob Ray 6'0'' 1222lb 8610None
 Tony Twist 6'1'' 1230lb 817125
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4846 fight reviews
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Jan 31, 2009 19:19 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
This fight is an example of several things. The obvious one is the destructive power Tony Twist has but one many casual fans wouldn't believe is most fighters don't hate each other. To them it is just a job. The before and after conversation between Ray and Twist is an example of that. Here is how it went according to Twist:

Ray comes out onto the ice and looks at Twist.
Ray: "You don't really want to go with me do you?"
Twist:"You're kidding me right?"

The 2 then decide to fight. Twist comes up short with a right and Ray misses with one as well. Ray is at a disadvantage because Twist is much bigger and he towers over Ray. Ray tries to level the playing field by slipping out of his jersey but that would not work in this fight.

After missing with a few punches Twist starts connecting as Ray's punches come up short. Then Twist unloads with a right and this one clearly was the shot that broke Ray's orbital bone because after taking the punch Ray puts his head down and is clearly hurt. Twist keeps throwing them and Ray's helmet comes off. Ray valiantly tries to keep fighting as he comes up short with one more right but he is hurt too badly to continue and Twist knocks him to the ice with several punishing blows.

After the fight they go to the penalty box and the conversation continues.
Ray:"So does this mean I can't ride in your celebrity motorcycle event?"
Twist:" F**k no, of course you can ride with me!"
Ray:" It doesn't look good does it?"
Twist:"No buddy I think you're going to need to get to the hospital pretty quick for that one." This shows fighters are usually on good terms and don't all hate each other as one might think.

Twist was right about Ray needing to go to the hospital. It was clear as they were separated that Ray was injured badly as you can clearly tell at first glance that something was wrong. Ray would leave the game and later in the 3rd period the Sabres announcers were told Ray had went to the hospital and was being X-rayed. It is discovered Ray has a broken orbital bone. Ray would go onto to miss 8 games before returning December 16 against the Devils. He still needed more time and would miss the next 3 games before coming back in the lineup for good.
 chrisY2J
1235 fight reviews

Nov 8 17:56 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
This is the legendary fight where Tony Twist of the St. Louis Blues made his reputation as the most intimidating fighter in the League at the time. Right after this battle, many fight enthusiasts, hockey fans, commentators, and members of the media started calling Twist the NHL heavyweight champion.

Early in the game, Sabre tough guy Rob Ray lines up for a faceoff alongside his heavyweight counterpart Twist. They stand shoulder to shoulder and bump. The puck drops and these two warriors stand nose to nose. Ray has some words for Twist as Twister stares stonily back at him while saying nothing in return. Their gloves fly off at the same time, then Twist and Ray grab on with their left hands and slug away with the rights.

Twist hurls a couple big haymakers immediately. These punches only graze Ray, catching him on the side of the face. Ray answers with a couple fast punches of his own, getting in a glancing shot or two. Ray and Twist go toe-to-toe briefly, and Razor's punches fall just short of the mark. Twist finds the range and unleashes a stream of huge right haymakers, tagging Ray with a couple better shots. Ray responds and again misses his punches.

At this point, things get nasty. A looping right hand from Twist comes rocketing in and drills Ray directly in the right eye. Ray is hurt badly and he instantly pitches forward in obvious pain. Give Ray some credit here: while hunched over and trying to shield his now-broken face, Ray valiantly tried to stand in there and keep throwing hands with Twist. Definitely gutsy.

Twist connects with a few more powerful right hands to the back of the head as Razor's sweater gets entangled over his own head and arms. Twist drives Ray down to the ice, face-forward. When Ray hits the ice, the officials jump in and stop it. Ray gets up and goes to the penalty box, his right eye swollen shut almost immediately.

Ray serves his five minutes in the sin bin while holding a bag of ice to his injured face. After the penalty is served, Ray skates to the dressing room and eventually goes to a St. Louis hospital, where it is learned he has a badly broken right orbital bone. Ray would miss about a month of action from this injury.

When he first came back from the injury, Ray wore a face shield for a few games. Fortunately for Ray, he would make a full recovery, not only physically but mentally, as well. Unlike some other fighters who have suffered bad injuries in fights, Ray never showed any reluctance to drop the gloves or any less fighting spirit.

This fight is the definition of a decisive victory. It also served to create Tony Twist's reputation as the most dangerous fighter in the NHL at the time.

After this fight, Twist had the fear factor going for him for the rest of his career. For example, Ray never attempted revenge. Other guys who fought him once never went after him again, like Stu Grimson. Bob Probert fought Twist a few times, but was always on the defensive and fighting warily. Some seriously tough men never fought him at all, like Donald Brashear, Tie Domi, and Matt Johnson.

When it came to pure intimidation, Twist was perhaps the scariest fighter to lace 'em up, along with Dave Brown and Joey Kocur.

An interesting little side note about this game: the Sabres won, 2-0. The three stars of the game were 1. Dominik Hasek, 2. Pat LaFontaine, and 3. Tony Twist.
Hasek got the shutout. LaFontaine got two goals. Twist delivered a brutal beating!
 SlapShot
207 fight reviews

May 28, 2006 16:32 ET
Tony Twist win by TKO Fun 
8
Joonibal - For what it's worth I agree with your take on this fight.

Twist and Ray are at the face-off circle with each other, and soon the gloves are off and the right hands are flying. The first 4-5 punches all seems to miss, from both guys, until Twist lands a hammer (and I think possibly the one that broke Ray's orbital bone). Twist continues to land huge right hand bombs, and as I watched this fight three times over (only to determine if it was decisive or a TKO, not because I have anything against Ray) it really looks to me like it was a Twist punch that put Ray down. As they emerge it's obvious that Ray's eye is badly damaged. Like someone else noted, this is when the legend of Tony Twist seemed to begin.
 mofor
909 fight reviews

Oct 13, 2007 19:01 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
I'm sorry this deserves a 10, I've never seen anyone hell-bent on beating a guy like what Twist exhibits here. Anyways the two trade rights with Twist getting the better ones in, they go back and forth. Realizing that he can't get much leverage, Ray decides to open up in order for his punches to be effective, BIG MISTAKE and to me this could of been career threatening, Twist lands a BOMB that just bust Ray's eye open to Ray's credit he did not go down, Twist knows that Ray's hurt and just doesn't let up and tries to land in that eye area.

Ray gives up and goes down in a heap, Ray's eye was shut instantly as the crowd goes wild. This (and the season alone) quickly earned Twist's reputation as the guy nobody wanted to mess with.
 SarcasticPillow
20766 fight reviews
151 fight logs

Dec 6, 2008 00:09 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Tony Twist and Rob Ray are lined up next to each other and as play begins they chose not to get involved and stay face to face with each other. After a little talking, the gloves are dropped and the fight begins. They grab on with the left and Twist misses a right. Ray misses two rights back at Twist. Then Twist throws two in a row and lands both of them. They trade them back and fourth, Twist throwing three and landing two while Ray never manages to connect with either of his two. Then Twist lands a right and Ray misses a right as Twist reloads and lands a bomb. Ray immediately starts to duck his head and cover up. Twist throws five more rights at a sheltering Ray and connects with two while also knocking off Ray's helmet. Ray tries to counter Twist by throwing a right but it misses and Twist keeps hammering away. Twist throws five more rights and nails Ray with four and then they lose their balance and go down. The linesmen jump in between them and break it up. Decisive win for Twist in a memorable fight, mostly due to how one-sided it was. Ray suffered a broken orbital bone at the hands of Twist and Twist never let up in this fight, pounding on a sheltering Ray until he went down.
 BattleshipRules
13155 fight reviews

Jul 21, 2013 21:10 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
Twist was in his fighting prime and Ray showed a world of guts giving it his best go against this destroyer of men. The two traded punches freely and this favored the heavier punching Twist. Rob had a puncher's chance, but Tony rarely let a guy hit him with disregard to his personal safety. He usually boxed in a sound fashion and didn't fail to pay close attention to preventing incoming fire.

Tony missed a punch and landed a couple of solid rights. Ray missed a couple of rights. Twist landed two pretty good shots and missed a punch. Rob missed a few punches. Tony landed a good blow that stunned Ray. Rob ducked his head down for a second in pain. Tony was relentless and continued his assault.

Twist missed a punch and landed a couple of good ones. Ray landed an average right hand. Tony missed a punch and landed a partial connect. Rob went down, but he lost his balance somewhat as he threw a punch. He was in trouble at the end and busted up badly. A single punch didn't deposit him to the ice, so it was no TKO.

I rate this as a decisive win for Twist. Tony hammered Ray in a prolonged fashion. Rob deserves a lot of credit for competing the entire way. He was overmatched, but he played the role of the gladiator to perfection. Ray was the type of guy who gave it all he had and didn't spend a lot of time worrying about the odds. He had his eye completely swollen at the end of this one, but Rob knew he handled himself like a man and earned the respect of everyone in the building.

This was a very exciting fight to watch because so many of Tony's fights were over quickly. Few guys could have hung in there and taken as many flush shots as Rob did. He took the riskiest imaginable strategy here. Ray could hit hard and Tony was sure to not hit with many in return. This was an underrated part of Twist's game. He had a tight defense and didn't get hit with much. In this capacity, he was similar to fellow slugger Joey Kocur. Despite the incredible power of both men, neither took unnecessary punishment. Both were master's of wrapping up the right arms of their opponents.
 JagrBombs
605 fight reviews

Jun 28, 2017 22:54 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
Twist and Ray exchange a few words before the faceoff, and they then decide to drop their gloves little time after the puck drop. They come together right away and Twist lands a powerful helmet blow on Ray. Ray misses quick right and lands a body shot. Twist misses two rights and lands a decent right. They both exchange two misses each and Twist lands a very good right before Ray misses a right. Twist misses a right but catches Ray on the follow-through with his elbow. This seems to have hurt Ray a great deal and he tucks his head in. Twist lands two body shots, misses a right, and lands a violent right on Twist. They both exchange a wild right that miss for both and then Twist lands a body shot before Ray starts falling to the ice. Twist lands a big right on the melon of Ray. Twist lands two more rights on Ray who is down and covering and the linesmen jump in there to save him.

This was a very decisive win for Twist. He pounded on Rob, and litteraly caved his face in before the linesmen had to jump in there to save him as he was not answering anymore towards the end. This is a classic bout and a violent beatdown definitely worthy of a 9.
 no.7
1291 fight reviews
26 fight logs

Jan 29, 2004 03:04 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Twist overpowers Ray in this fight.

They both go with their right hand and for a while their punches don't reach the target. Twist is the first to connect with a long straight right to the side of the head. His next big right across the face stuns Ray and immediately forces him on the defensive. As Ray covers up, Twist adds a couple of shots on the body.

Ray then decides to go for a toe-to-toe but even before he throws his first punch, Twist hammers him with a couple of haymakers just over the left eye, and just a second later, Ray falls to the ice under an avalanche of punches.

As Ray gets up, he already has trouble opening his left eye which is swelling up by the second.
 hb11
4578 fight reviews

Jan 28, 2006 12:06 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Twist misses with the first 6 punches but once he finds the range Ray is in trouble. Ray can't connect and winds up trying to stay upright while withstanding numerous heavy rights from Twist. Eventually Ray goes down and when he gets to his feet his eye is messed up bad.
 EddieShore
911 fight reviews

Oct 18, 2006 12:11 ET
Tony Twist win by TKO Fun 
8
Both are waiting for the puck to drop at a faceoff. As soon as the play begins they measure each other up and drop their gloves. Both exchange rights with each other, missing their target. Twister has a reach advantage here and it's evidently clear here how Ray's punches are just too short. Ray comes up short with his first five punches. In the meantime Twist has thrown six rights that misses but he connects with the 7th and the 8th one seems to be the punch that broke Ray's orbital bone. It's a dandy that smacks into Ray's right eye. Watching it closely one can see that Ray leans forward and down after that punch. Now he's hanging in there just to survive. The punches are just raining down on Ray. Twist hammers Ray with 8-9 rights, it's bodyshots and solid blows to the head until Ray goes down. I've watched this fight many times and the only conclusion that I can make of this is that it's a TKO for Twist. Ray went down from the barrage of punches, nothing else, and it was that monster orbital breaking right that set it all up.
mullet
19905 fight reviews

Jan 14, 2005 06:45 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
This was a manslaughter. Twist was throwing huge rights like a madman and he pummeled Ray to the ice and put him to the injured list with a fractured cheekbone. Crowd went wild when they saw Ray in the penaltybox holding an icebag on his face.
re
9280 fight reviews

Aug 27, 2005 15:58 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Twist destroys Ray in this one.
CrazyPsycho
1121 fight reviews

Sep 22, 2005 07:14 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Twist was a monster. Here he demolishes Ray with vicious right hands.
Joonibal
142 fight reviews

Nov 13, 2005 14:34 ET
Tony Twist win by TKO Fun 
9
The boy who liked to go topless got annihilated without even the chance to go topless. Twist lands rights after rights, one of them knocking Ray's helmet off. I also thought Ray goes down from a punch, but apparently no one else saw it that way.

To his credit, Ray goes to the penalty box instead of immediately going to the dressing room.
Notsince67
276 fight reviews

Apr 14, 2006 10:55 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Ray takes a beating from Twist in this one
habsfan1987
144 fight reviews

May 11, 2006 06:59 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
They go off the face-off. They both start firing, with Twist pounding Ray to the ice. I think Ray broke his orbital bone.
Jocke
1491 fight reviews
12 fight logs

May 22, 2006 12:22 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
drwdan19
1251 fight reviews

May 28, 2006 21:55 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
I must say that I kind of enjoyed this. Most Ray fights I have seen piss me off because of the jersey thing. Twist pounds on him in this one.
Hogie2
908 fight reviews

Jul 31, 2006 13:34 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Cementhead
146 fight reviews

Nov 28, 2006 19:21 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
Twister hammers Ray and busts his orbital!
MarkV
396 fight reviews

Mar 1, 2007 14:21 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
Ray couldn't get his jersey off quick enough and thus settled for Twist unloading piston like punches to his face. Ray has a broken orbital bone and goes to the penalty box by the time he gets there his face is left eye is almost swollen shut.
Owned33
434 fight reviews
1 fight log

Mar 14, 2007 13:58 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
TheDanLine
11137 fight reviews

Jan 8, 2009 16:21 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
Twist totally destroyed Ray in this fight. I uploaded a "Next Question" segment with Rob Ray on my youtube page and Ray said of Twist: "Thank you for busting my head and almost ruining my career." He then got asked if anyone hit him harder than Tony Twist, Ray's response: "Never...never, that man was unbelievable strong."
Buffalogotcheated99
567 fight reviews

Jul 13, 2009 18:16 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
DerDiggler
1549 fight reviews

May 10, 2013 15:54 ET
Tony Twist win by TKO Fun 
8
All Twist here, as he destroys Ray with several huge shots, breaking his orbital bone. TKO win.

This was typical of Ray fights where he wasn't able to slither his way out of his tear-away, oversized jersey.
krabat
63 fight reviews

May 12, 2013 18:28 ET
Tony Twist win by TKO Fun 
10
tony's best fight ever. rob just got destroyed here.
Oneill.the.Giant
11329 fight reviews

Jul 8, 2014 12:36 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
SteveTheBossBosse29
3214 fight reviews

Jan 9, 2016 09:10 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
9
supersonic
7030 fight reviews

Apr 3, 2016 03:29 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
8
LoKoL
1547 fight reviews

Jan 17, 2018 00:24 ET
Tony Twist decisive win Fun 
10
Blow-by-Blow by TheDanLine
#TimeEventFighterDetails
Punch TypeSeparationSpeedMissed / LandedPower ThrownPower LandedPoints
100.00 Gloves Dropped  Both Both Gloves (On Purpose)
201.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Missed left 7  
301.50 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Missed left 6  
402.00 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Overhand  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 6  
503.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 7  
603.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 7  
704.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 9  
804.75 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 7  
905.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Landed on left side of head 9327
1005.75 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Missed short 7  
1106.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Landed on left jaw 9456
1207.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Landed on left earhole 88288
1308.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Very fast  Landed on right eye
Broke bone(s) 
10101972
1408.00 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Very fast  Possibly Landed 8  
1508.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Hook  1 foot  Fast  Landed on left side of head 8563
1609.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Hook  1 foot  Fast  Landed on left side of head 77144
1709.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Landed on left side of head 7696
1809.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Landed on left side of head
Sent helmet flying 
88216
1910.00 Punch  Rob Ray  Right Straight  Arms length  Fast  Landed on right side of head 7442
2010.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Cross  1 foot  Fast  Missed top 7  
2110.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Haymaker  Arms length  Fast  Landed on top of head
Dropped opponent to knee(s) 
99216
2211.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Hook  1 foot  Fast  Landed on right side of head 6327
2312.00 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Roundhouse  1 foot  Fast  Landed on left side of head 88216
2412.50 Punch  Tony Twist  Right Hammerfist  1 foot  Fast  Landed on back of head 88144
TotalsPunches ThrownPunches LandedPoints
Rob Ray6142
Tony Twist17123465
Messages
EC
Nov 17, 2007 19:12 ET
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chrisY2J
May 3, 2008 21:12 ET
Funny thing about this game. The Sabres won, 2-0. The three stars of the game were 1, Dominik Hasek, 2, Pat LaFontaine, and 3, Tony Twist.

Hasek got the shutout. LaFontaine got two goals. Twist delivered a brutal beating!
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mullet
May 15, 2008 08:24 ET
This Amerks guy is a joke, just look at his Twist reviews, he must be the same Twist homer who's been banned numerous times.Reply
EC
May 15, 2008 13:27 ET
I agree all of his reviews of Twist go against everyone's elses calls. He needs to be banned.Reply
TheDanLine
Dec 9, 2008 22:20 ET
Owen Nolan on Twist: "He throws hammers," says San Jose Sharks right wing Owen Nolan, who also played with Twist on the Nordiques in the early 1990s. "He throws to kill. I've seen him crack a helmet with a punch. If I hadn't seen it, I wouldn't have believed it."

Chris Simon on Twist: Why aren't people challenging Twist anymore? It's simple, says Chris Simon, the Washington Capitals' left wing and designated tooth-loosener: "He broke Rob Ray's face-and no one wants to get his face broken." Simon is referring to the November 1995 bout between Twist and Ray, the Buffalo Sabres' enforcer, in which Ray suffered a fractured orbital bone.

http://vault.sportsi...G1012240/1/index.htm
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Buffalogotcheated99
Jul 13, 2009 18:22 ET
I hate watching this scrap. LOLReply
TheDanLine
Jul 13, 2009 22:42 ET
I LOVE watching this scrap ;-)Reply
Buffalogotcheated99
Jul 14, 2009 12:47 ET
Quote from message by StormShadow
I LOVE watching this scrap ;-)
If you look at my love list, Twist and Tkachuk. I avenged Rob Ray's loss.

Just kidding, I am a Fan of Twist's and I'm glad he's alive.
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TheDanLine
Jul 14, 2009 13:06 ET
Quote from message by Buffalogotcheated99
Just kidding, I am a Fan of Twist's and I'm glad he's alive.
True story man.
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Buffalogotcheated99
Jul 14, 2009 17:26 ET
Quote from message by StormShadow
True story man.
100% The truth. When I found out 3 days later, I felt really guilty about jinxing Twist.

Everything I write on here is 100% the truth except for Neal Broten on my love list and I have a laugh saying (not really).If You're an MMA fan check out Claude L on my hate list. Something that's hard to believe but its the truth.

I meet Keith T at great skate the same year Ray bourque was there. If you go to great skate.com they have a summer sale with a bunch of dates for a tent sale. Those are the days they have NHL players. Sometimes they still have big name players and I think their phone # is on their site. I hear Chris Draper might come this year, but I don't think it set in stone yet. If he does come, boy the questions I will have for him. LOL.

I am always at different rinks all over and I seen your boy T.J. Brennan at Sabres development camp again.

He had a fake fight with Nathan G and a couple other Sabres prospects in front of the net.
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TheDanLine
Jul 14, 2009 17:39 ET
TJ is a player to watch out for. He keeps getting better and better.Reply
Buffalogotcheated99
Jul 14, 2009 17:52 ET
Quote from message by StormShadow
TJ is a player to watch out for. He keeps getting better and better.
Ya, I am hoping he can be a puck moving defenseman for Buffalo. Myers, McNabb, and southorn are future D men I also got my eye on.
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TheDanLine
May 11, 2014 00:28 ET
Can you switch my blow-by-blow with my current name?Reply
no.7
May 11, 2014 04:59 ET
Try updating the blow-by-blow. You don't need to change anything but it could fix the problem anyway.Reply
TheDanLine
May 11, 2014 20:09 ET
Got it, thanks.Reply
TheDanLine
Aug 11, 2016 17:04 ET
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