Mar 9, 1985
Sault Ste. Marie - Hamilton2-6

Summary Of Events
1  16:04  Fight  Brant-Buwalda
2  22:20  Fight  Zettler-Ware
3  28:37  Bench-Clearing Brawl    
4  28:37  Fight  Probert-Dalgarno
5  28:37  Fight  Veccia-Hedington
6  28:37  Fight  Veccia-Hedington
7  28:37  Fight  Probert-Buwalda
8  28:37  Fight  Larter-Joy
9  28:37  Fight  Peer-Corson
10  28:37  Fight  Mosey-Pusey
11  28:37  Fight  #22-Glover
12  28:37  Fight  Hollett-unknown
13  28:37  Fight  Zettler-Stefan
14  28:37  Fight  King-#24
15  28:37  Fight  Hoover-Ware
16  28:37  Fight  Mosey-Richards
17  28:37  Fight  Veccia-Jonathan
18  28:37  Fight  Groulx-Girouard

Fight at 16:04
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 Chris Brant 6'1'' 1190lb 20N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Jim Buwalda 6'2'' 1210lb 20N/AN/AN/A
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DHF
Feb 10, 2018 08:21 ET
Only thing I see in the box score about this:

Buwalda HAM (double minor)
Brant SSM (no penalty)
Time 16:04
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Fight at 22:20
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Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Rob Zettler 6'3'' 2202lb 13N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Mike Ware 6'5'' 2215lb 13N/AN/AN/A
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DHF
Feb 10, 2018 08:34 ET
Ware (major)
Zettler (major)

2:20 2nd (22:20)
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Bench-Clearing Brawl at 28:37
Sault Ste. Marie PlayersHamilton Players
Duration N/A  Jeff Beukeboom  Chris Brant  Wayne Groulx  Steve Hollett  Derek King  Tyler Larter  Scott Mosey  Brit Peer  Bob Probert  Robert Veccia     Jim Buwalda  Shayne Corson  Brad Dalgarno  Guy Girouard  Steve Hedington  Lyle Jonathan  Garth Joy  Chris Pusey  Pete Richards  Joe Stefan  Mike Ware   
# Players Involved: N/A
Blood: N/A
Mike Ware suspended for 8 games
Pete Richards suspended for 6 games
Robert Veccia suspended for 6 games
Bob Probert suspended for 4 games
Derek King suspended for 2 games
Brit Peer suspended for 2 games
Steve Hollett suspended for 2 games
Joe Stefan suspended for 2 games
Jim Buwalda suspended for 2 games
Steve Hedington suspended for 2 games
Lyle Jonathan suspended for 2 games
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:28 ET
One of the best bench clearers I've seen. So many fights, unfortunately it was impossible to catch all of them. Fun 
10
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:29 ET
One of the best brawls ever, fights all over the ice, had to be a dozen scraps and many of them pretty good, would give this a 11 if I could. Fun 
10
supersonic
6702 fight reviews

Apr 6, 2017 01:41 ET
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whlfan
Jan 30, 2011 18:57 ET
The legendary brawl that was the Global TV Game of the Week...

From the Hamilton Spectator:

It apparently took a brutal second period brawl with the Greyhounds in Saturday's game to unite the Hawks in a common effort.
"In the past five games we were playing close to our potential, but not quite reaching it," said Millar. "For the game against the Soo we knew we were underdogs, they gave the game to them before it even started."
"You can say that the brawl was a bad thing, but it really brought us together."
A total of 164 minutes in penalties - including 14 fighting majors and 10 game misconducts - were handed out during the fracas that started as a five-on-five scuffle, but grew to epic proportions after players from both teams left their respective benches to join the swirling mass of bodies, blood, gloves and sticks.

Donnybrook

Play was suspended with 11:23 remaining in the second period as the officials retired to their room to sort out the penalties.
At the time the Greyhounds held a 2-0 margin, but when play resumed after a seemingly endless delay, the Steelhawks collected six consecutive goals to hand the powerful northern squad only its 11th loss of the season.
Corson, with two, Mike Hudson, John Hutchings, Haidy and Ron Bernacci had the Hamilton goals on Saturday.
Jean-Marc MacKenzie and Graeme Bonar scored for the Greyhounds, who expressed displeasure with the donnybrook.
I think it was garbage, said the Greyhounds' Derek King. That's not hockey. With the game on TV you'd think they'd want to show the people you want to play.
It started out as a five-on-five. It really doesn't matter who jumped first, we were both teams and wanted to go at each other and that was that. It went downhill from there. Terry Crisp, the Soo coach, was more terse in his appraisal.
"No comment," he said. "We'll just chalk it up as a 6-2 loss on the road. (Hawks' goalie Chris) Pusey played really well, they got a 6-2 lead and didn't relinquish it."
LaForge, who sat out yesterday's game because of a suspension incurred when the referee ruled that a Hamilton player was the first to leave the bench to join the fight, said the brawl enabled the Steelhawks to relieve the frustration from the slump.
"I'm sure some of the fans didn't like the melee, and I didn't either," he said. "But there are times when you've got to stick up for yourselves and your teammates and that was one of them. There was so much frustration and that gave us the chance to air it out."
With all the bad blood let out, the Hawks settled down to play hockey. And they played some of their finest of the season.
HAWKEY TALK. In addition to LaForge, Jim Bawalda, Mike Ware, Steve Hedington, Joey Stefan, Lyle Jonathan were also five two-game suspensions.

And from the Sault Star:

But now, with apologies to newscaster Paul Harvey, you're going to hear the rest of the story.
Consider the circumstances.
-it was the Hounds' third game in as many nights. Friday night in Kitchener, Saturday afternoon in Hamilton and Sunday night back at Memorial Gardens.
-the team didn't arrive in the Sault until 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning.
-Saturday's game, originally scheduled for Thursday but cancelled and switched by the league to accommodate television without the Greyhounds' approval, featured a nasty bench-clearing brawl initiated by the Steelhawks against the already understaffed Hounds.
-against the Spitfires, who were salivating at the prospect of meeting a physically and emotionally exhausted team, the Hounds had to do without seven regulars - five because of suspensions picked up Saturday, and two because of injuries.
Even with the travel, said Greyhounds' coach Terry Crisp, the shenanigans down south, the league making us play Saturday, getting home at 3:30, and seven players out of the lineup, we still pulled off a 5-3 win over a club that has given us a hard time all season.
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Five Greyhounds - Bob Probert, Brit Peer, Derek King, Steve Hollett and Rob Veccia - and five Steelhawks were ejected and 164 minutes in penalties were handed out after an ugly second-period bench-clearing brawl erupted. Both teams were sent to their respective dressing rooms with 11:23 remaining in the period while referee John Willsie and the two linesmen to sort out the mess. The contest was featured by the Global Television Network as the OHL Game of the Week.
The five Greyhounds missed Sunday night's game and will also sit out Tuesday's contest against Kitchener.
The bench-clearing incident started when Hamilton's Jim Buwalda, a player of dubious skills with 13 points this season and 152 minutes in penalties, jumped onto the ice as first man off the bench to join one of the several altercations that had started.
Willsie's decision obviously favored the Steelhawks. Probert and Peer were ejected but their opponents, Corson and Brad Dalgarno, didn't even receive a penalty. Corson bloodied Peer's nose so much that the Hamilton captain was forced to change jerseys.
The Steelhawks, on the other hand, lost three fringe players - Buwalda, Steve Hedington and Mike Ware - and two Junior B players called up to fill out the roster.

The penalties:
Buwalda Ham, (double minor, major and game misconduct), Ware Ham (double major and game misconduct), Hedington Ham, Jonathan Ham, Stefan Ham (majors and game misconducts), Pusey Ham minor and major, Probert SSM (double major and game misconduct), Veccia SSM, King SSM, Peer SSM, Hollett SSM (majors and game misconducts), Mosey SSM (minor and major), SSM bench penalty for delay of game 8:37

And the fines and suspensions, from the Sault Star:

LaForge out as OHL punishes for brawl

Facing his most difficult decision in his tenure as commissioner of the Ontario Hockey League, Dave Branch handed down his ruling Wednesday on the nasty bench-clearing brawl between Soo Greyhounds and Hamilton Steelhawks last weekend in a no-nonsense manner.
Branch fined the Steelhawks a total of $2,000 and suspended Hamilton coach Bill LaForge for the balance of the season, including the playoffs.
The Greyhounds were fined $1,000 and coach Terry Crisp was suspended for one game, which he served Tuesday when the Hounds blasted Kitchener Rangers 11-3.
Branch also handed out additional suspensions to four of the 10 players originally ejected from the brawl. Hamilton's Mike Ware was suspended for a total of eight games and backup goalie Peter Richards was suspended for a total of six games for entering the Greyhounds' bench during the fracas.
The Hounds' Bob Veccia was given a six-game suspension for kneeing, and Bob Probert was suspended for four games for an unacceptable display of emotion after an altercation.
Veccia and Probert have already served two games of their suspensions.
"The OHL was greatly disturbed by the actions which developed in Hamilton March 9," Branch said in a prepared statement. "The OHL has displayed a strong leadership role in the past, addressing the issue of unnecessary aggression."
"We're committed to providing the necessary environment for a player to develop his skills, free from the aspect of intimidation."
Branch added that he'd had an extensive telephone discussion Wednesday with Steelhawks' owner Jack Robillard, but details were not made public.
"I've wrestled with this since Saturday," noted Branch, "and certainly it was one of the most difficult decisions I've faced."
"Mr. McMaster (Hounds GM Sam) was most professional in how he handled the news of the decision. Mr. LaForge, justifiably, was very upset. I'm sure I will have some discussions with Mr. LaForge in the next few days on some points."
McMaster was satisfied with the commissioner's decision.
"It had to be one of the most difficult decisions for Mr. Branch," offered McMaster. "Soo Greyhounds are satisfied with the outcome. With the suspension to Bill LaForge, he's shown that he doesn't want activities like this in the future."
Veccia will miss three playoff games and Probert will sit out Sunday's game against the London Knights and the Hounds' first playoff game.
Derek King, Brit Peer and Steve Hollett have served their two-game suspensions and will be back in the lineup Sunday.
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Scooter
May 19, 2013 09:22 ET
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itsJ.Millertime
Apr 25, 2016 07:26 ET (later updated)
I didn't realize that asshole Dave Branch was around back then. He's been around destroying the sport from the junior level for a long time I guess.Reply
arktoshorse
Apr 6, 2017 01:35 ET
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montreal24cups
May 24, 2017 20:24 ET
Quote from message by itsJ.Millertime
I didn't realize that asshole Dave Branch was around back then. He's been around destroying the sport from the junior level for a long time I guess.
I agree with you.... and I didn't know Branch was around back then, EITHER ! >8O Before Gary Bettman began destroying the NHL, Branch was doing his thing in the OHL. I first heard of that tool when he suspended Jeff Kugel for life for simply coming off the Windsor bench and scaring the daylights out of the other team, the Owen Sound Platers. Even the WHL and the QMJHL thought the suspension to Kugel was excessive as they would slap 10 games on a player who came off the bench to fight. Just saw a report on Canadian TV about the decrease in fighting in junior hockey....and Branch is a major "contributor" to that.
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itsJ.Millertime
May 25, 2017 13:41 ET
You are 100% correct on everything. I first started to hear about him late 80s from the hockey news because of his anti fighting stance and thought he was newly appointed. I'm wondering if he had any sway with the nhl in hiring Bettman or with Bettman himself on his policies. Really sucks when you think of it, it used to be such a great sport and look what these idiots have done to it, destroyed it from junior level on up.Reply
montreal24cups
Jun 23, 2017 01:52 ET
Won't be long now..... when I stop watching this once great league. :'( This year we say good-bye to Shawn Thornton, Eric Boulton, possibly Chris Neil, and Steve Ott. Wish we could say good-bye to BETTMAN ! In my opinion, Bettman was brought aboard to deliberately destroy the NHL. The league had higher TV ratings than the NBA..... now look at it where it's at. And what's with all the imbecilic rule changes we've seen since 1992-93?? We've had 3 strikes including an entire season lost, tough guys forced out while still relatively young, one dull and boring game after another, hardly ANY fights anymore, and a commissioner who thinks things are FINE !! GRRR I just can't take it any longer. Did ya all hear the story about Bett's first day in office ?? There was a puck sitting on his desk.... and he asked his secretary what it was... she replied "That's a puck, Mr.Bettman". He supposedly said that it would make a good door stopper. 8O That is all.Reply
itsJ.Millertime
Jun 23, 2017 13:16 ET
I gave up a few years ago when I went to a pre season AHL game and the new tough guy in town, Riley Emmerson, refused to fight twice shaking his head no both times he was challenged. Bad enough that happened but the ref also whistles so many penalties there was only about 5 minutes of 5 on 5 action and almost no physical play. I left after the 2nd period and have never attended another game since nor do I watch on TV anymore. It was hard at first leaving the sport I loved so much behind but really it isn't the same sport and I don't miss it that much anymore.
I don't know what the thinking was behind hiring Bettman, he had a nba background, very little to no knowledge of hockey and really did set out to ruin the sport. Eh, who cares at this point. The sport sucks now and is boring beyond words.
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montreal24cups
Sep 20, 2017 14:27 ET
You got out just in TIME as the first few exhibition "games" have been bore fests ! Many slashing penalties, for taps on the gloves, followed by face-off violation calls where a player's skate blade crosses over the line, right by the red dot.... A few of my friends stopped watching, several years ago, and a long time pal of mine turned down a free NIGHT in a private box at the BELL CENTER 3 seasons ago !! His friends asked not for 1 dime and he would've feasted on free Poutine, Hot Dogs, Fries, beer, wine and liquor.... he said NO. That's what he thinks about today's NHL.Reply
montreal24cups
Sep 20, 2017 14:44 ET
Sorry for taking so long to reply.Reply
itsJ.Millertime
Sep 26, 2017 12:54 ET (later updated)
I turned down many free tickets to games although they were Hartford Wolfpack tickets, my wife worked for a sponsor and had access to free lower bowl center ice tickets and parking yet I said I'd rather stay home and watch a movie than be bored to death for 3 hours watching the pathetic excuse for hockey that is played these days. I'd turn down Bruins, Rangers or any other tickets as well though as the same reasons apply to nhl hockey as it does to the ahl level. It was hard at first but it's been a few years and seeing as how the game has only gotten worse I really don't miss it all anymore.Reply
DHF
Feb 10, 2018 08:33 ET
Actual Penalty Summary:

Hamilton:
Buwalda (double minor, major, game misconduct)
Ware (double major, game misconduct)
Hedington (major, game misconduct)
Jonathon (major, game misconduct)
Stefan (major, game misconduct)
Pusey (minor, major)

Sault Ste. Marie
Probert (double major, game misconduct)
Veccia (major, game misconduct)
King (major, game misconduct)
Peer (major, game misconduct)
Hollett (major, game misconduct)
Mosey (minor, major)
SSM Bench (minor - delay of game)

8:37 2nd (or 28:37 according to this site's time)

**Strange that Brad Dalgarno never received a penalty (at least according to the box score).
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DHF
Mar 25, 2018 08:55 ET
My initial theory, based on the box score is correct. Brad Dalgarno never received a penalty, and finished the game, while Probert was ejected. This according to a follow up article in the Sault Star. Wish we could post picts, because I'm not typing all that out.Reply


Fight at 28:37
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 Bob Probert 6'3''  220lb 5N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Brad Dalgarno 6'3''  215lb 5N/AN/AN/A
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 VipersLad
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Aug 3, 2012 21:33 ET
Bob Probert clear win Fun 
7
Bob Probert vs. Brad Dalgarno / Mar 9, 1985 - OHL

This fight took place during a bench clearance and everyone was pairing up. Probert and Dalgarno found themselves paired up and dropped the gloves. They have each other at arm's length and Probert fired a right at Dalgarno that connects, jolting his head back. Probert followed up with a quick right that also landed and Dalgarno started trying to throw back. Dalgarno couldn't get his arm free as Probert had a firm grip of his jersey sleeve.

Dalgarno managed to free up his right hand and landed a solid hook to the side of Probert's helmet, which he was able to follow up. Probert let go of Dalgarno's jersey for a moment to try and catch him with a left which he was successful in doing. Dalgarno missed with an uppercut before landing three unanswered rights to the back of Probert's helmet. Dalgarno then started to miss and Probert buried his head into Dalgarno.

Probert had his arm tangled with his jersey and needed to get it free before he could fire back, which he managed to do. Dalgarno dug a couple of rib shots in before Probert freed his right and landed two solid rights to the side of Dalgarno's helmet. Probert landed a third right and Dalgarno closed the distance between the two and Probert couldn't get as much leverage on his shots.

Probert landed four short punches to the bottom side of Dalgarno's head before grazing him with two uppercuts that were both close to connecting. Probert then missed with a right hook followed by an uppercut and both guys tried to have a short toe to toe spell. Dalgarno threw three rights but didn't look to land cleanly with any of them where as Probert looked to land solidly with two shots as he was in control.

Probert then missed with a few as Dalgarno was just holding on but then connected with a short uppercut on Dalgarno. Dalgarno then tried to hit back, falling short with another right. Probert then responded with a right that landed, which he followed up and was now dominating the fight. Dalgarno then threw another short right and Probert tagged him with another solid right.

Probert then started faking with the right before landing another on Dalgarno who was still a game partner. The officials tried to step in but neither guy was done yet and they backed off. Dalgarno threw a right that looked land and Probert fell short with a right in response but was able to follow up with a quick right to make up for it. Both guys then started spinning while talking to each other and one of the officials edged in to stop it as both guys looked finished.

Probert and Dalgarno were still chirping as they were separated. This was a good fight, some good punches landed by both but Probert was the clear winner in this one. Dalgarno landed some good punches early but Probert came back to dominate Dalgarno for the last two thirds of the fight with some good punches.

Clear win Probert.
 BattleshipRules
13125 fight reviews

Dec 8, 2014 14:25 ET
Bob Probert clear win Fun 
8
This was a very good scrap in one of the wildest games in OHL history. Probert landed a solid right and missed a punch. Dalgarno wrapped up his right arm early. Brad missed two punches and landed a solid right. He landed an average punch, missed two blows, and landed a solid connect. He missed a blow, landed a decent punch, and missed two shots.

Probie landed an average blow. He got his right arm loose and started to land with authority. He landed a solid shot, missed a blow, and landed an average connect. He missed a punch and landed two solid blows. He missed several punches. Dalgarno missed a couple of blows and landed two partial connects.

Bob missed a punch and landed an average blow. He missed two punches and landed a solid shot. Brad missed two punches. Probert landed two solid connects and a pretty good blow. He missed two shots. Dalgarno missed a punch. Probie missed a shot and landed an average connect. The refs stopped the fight.

I rate this as a clear win for Probert. Dalgarno had a nice start and landed several effective punches. Bob took over and landed more shots in the fight and with better pop.
mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:19 ET
Bob Probert clear win Fun 
7
Probert lands the first punch, then Dalgarno actually takes over for a moment and lands some rights. Probert gets his right hand free and takes control again and starts hammering Dalgarno with rights. Dalgarno answers with a few here and there but Probert definitely outlanded him. The referee eventually gets in to separate the two. Win Probert but still a good showing by young Dalgarno.
supersonic
6702 fight reviews

Feb 21, 2016 07:46 ET
Bob Probert clear win Fun 
7
Probert gets free and lets loose on Delgarno.
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:33 ET
Bob Probert clear win Fun 
8
Dalgarno hang in there early on but Probert gets the right free and takes over the 2nd half of the bout and clearly lands more blows down the stretch to get the win.
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LukeLaC
Nov 29, 2014 07:39 ET
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Fight at 28:37
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 Robert Veccia 5'10'' 1180lb  N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Steve Hedington 5'9'' 1180lb  N/AN/AN/A
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Fight at 28:37
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 Robert Veccia 5'10'' 1180lb  N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Steve Hedington 5'9'' 1180lb  N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:14 ET
Robert Veccia decisive win Fun 
5
First fight during this bench clearer, but the benches were not emptied yet. It was all Veccia as Hedington was bent over and Veccia pummelled him with about 10 unanswered rights before the linos jumped in.
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:30 ET
Robert Veccia decisive win Fun 
6
All Veccia as he pounds Hedington relentlessly.
supersonic
6702 fight reviews

Apr 6, 2017 01:41 ET
Robert Veccia decisive win Fun 
5


Fight at 28:37
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Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Bob Probert 6'3'' 1220lb 10N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Jim Buwalda 6'2'' 1210lb 10N/AN/AN/A
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 BattleshipRules
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Jul 2, 2017 15:24 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
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Probert had a beauty of a fight with Brad Dalgarno. The brawl was heating up and it was far from over. Multiple Hamilton players were milling around Probie and Buwalda went after him. He missed a shot and landed a solid punch. Probert lost his balance and fell to the ice. Jim fed him with about four powerful right hands. The teams cleared the benches at this point and chaos ensued.

I won't render an official verdict. Probie was in a bad spot, but we don't see the end of the contest. It was clear that Buwalda put the hurt on him with a series of powerful shots. He took advantage of Bob after Probert had a lengthy exhausting battle with Dalgarno.
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arktoshorse
Apr 2, 2017 22:35 ET
This one is interesting, just before the benches cleared when Probert got pushed in the corner on camera by goalie Chris Pusey, a Steelhawk player comes in a goes after Probert from the right of the screen to the left loosing his gloves and going after Probert and throwing a few punches, and just before the benches clear you can see to the right of the glass partition, the Steelhawk player on top of Probert on the ice beating the stuffing out of Bob. I am 99% sure it was Jim Buwalda coming out of the Penalty box as he was sitting in their from his fight with Chris Brant, who was first off the bench/ penalty box for the Greyhounds, as both were still serving their 5 minute majors from earlier. Clearly Buwalda gets the better of Bob and feeds him with a few good ones. Once the brawl was on the camera goes to the rink shot, they are out of sight in the bottom right corner and what happens after is up to speculation.Reply


Fight at 28:37
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 Tyler Larter 5'9'' 2155lb 25N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Garth Joy 5'11'' 2180lb 25N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:20 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Wrestling match. Joy takes Larter down at center ice.
itsJ.Millertime
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Apr 25, 2016 07:33 ET
Draw Fun 
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They go to the ice almost as soon as the camera picks them up.


Fight at 28:37
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Brit Peer 5'10'' 3190lb 12N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Shayne Corson 6'1'' 3202lb 12N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:21 ET
Shayne Corson clear win Fun 
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Corson lands some quick lefts at the start and from what was shown seemed to have the upper hand.
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:35 ET
Shayne Corson clear win Fun 
5
You don't see much of this bout but you do see Corson pop him a couple times. According to the article provided by whlfan Peer was so bloodied from this bout he had to change jersey's.
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DHF
Mar 25, 2018 08:59 ET
"Shayne Corson & Brit Peer engaged in a toe to toe slugfest. Corson bloodied Peers nose so much that the Hamilton captain is forced to change jerseys. Peer is ejected. Corson finishes the game without so much as a penalty. " -Sault StarReply


Fight at 28:37
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 Scott Mosey 5'10'' 2165lb 15N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Chris Pusey 6'0'' 2180lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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 #22   N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Chris Glover 6'0''175lbN/AN/AN/A
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 Steve Hollett 6'1''195lbN/AN/AN/AN/A
 unknown   N/AN/AN/A
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 Rob Zettler 6'3''  202lb 14N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Joe Stefan 6'3''  216lb 14N/AN/AN/A
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 Derek King 6'0''200lbN/AN/AN/AN/A
 #24   N/AN/AN/A
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 Tim Hoover 5'11'' 6175lb 40N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Mike Ware 6'5'' 6215lb 40N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:24 ET
Mike Ware decisive win
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Oct 22, 2011
Reason: unknown never intended to fight back
 Fun 
4
Ware had someone down in a turtle position and pummelled him with a few big rights before officials jumped in. Don't know who the SSM player was, but it might have been #10 Hoover, who was tied up with Ware earlier during this brawl.
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:36 ET
Mike Ware decisive win
Fight called Unfair by mullet on Oct 22, 2011
Reason: unknown never intended to fight back
 Fun 
5
Ware just pounds away on a turtling player.
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arktoshorse
Apr 2, 2017 22:43 ET
It was Tim Hoover he was wailing on until the referee and Soo's Jeff Beukeboom came in to save him.Reply


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 Scott Mosey 5'10''  165lb 15N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Pete Richards 5'10''  180lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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mullet
19896 fight reviews

Oct 22, 2011 12:26 ET
Pete Richards clear win Fun 
9
Two goalies going at it. Mosey was standing on the bench, Richards was on the ice, the two had a hold of each other and Richards just wailed away at Mosey until he finally got tired of throwing and skated away. Very entertaining stuff.
itsJ.Millertime
12086 fight reviews

Apr 25, 2016 07:36 ET
Pete Richards clear win Fun 
8
All Richards as he pounds Mosey with non stop right hands.
supersonic
6702 fight reviews

Apr 6, 2017 01:55 ET
Pete Richards clear win Fun 
8


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 Robert Veccia 5'10''180lbN/AN/AN/AN/A
 Lyle Jonathan   N/AN/AN/A
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 Wayne Groulx 5'9'' 1176lb 44N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Guy Girouard 5'10'' 1220lb 44N/AN/AN/A
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