Jan 21, 2013
Buffalo - Toronto2-1

Summary Of Events
1  2:34  Fight  Scott-Orr
2  29:40  Hit  Miller-Kessel
3  29:40  Scrum   7 players 
4  45:41  Fight  Foligno-Fraser

Fight at 2:34
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:30ThrownLanded   Big   
 John Scott 6'8'' 5270lb 48940None
 Colton Orr 6'3'' 5222lb 481052
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 Boreal
516 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:32 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Early in the game, Patrick Kaleta threw a hit on Colton Orr that drew a penalty. After a rush up the ice, play was stopped and Orr went after Kaleta. They were separated from each other but then John Scott came over. Scott gave Orr a shove and the two exchanged words until they decided to drop the gloves. Both combatants grabbed on with their left arm and Scott began to throw some jersey jabs. Orr was able to land a right that did not have much power with Scott doing the same. They each threw another two rights, Orr connecting well on both of his blows while Scott missed both. Orr shed his right elbow pad and grazed Scott with a right as Scott connected with two rights. Scott connected with a shot to the ribs and then both combatants were able to land a blow. Orr got in tight and landed a punch that did no damage. Scott missed a right and then removed Orr's helmet. They each connected with a weak right as Scott tried to get some space. They paused until Orr threw a right that did not reach Scott. Scott missed a right as Orr connected with a solid punch to Scott's ribs. Suddenly, Scott dropped to his knees. Orr connected with one more right to the back of Scott's helmet before the linesmen were able to step in.

This was a great fight. Orr didn't like the hit he took from Patrick Kaleta so he went right after him. Scott was brought in to be the enforcer for the Sabres and challenged Orr. Both men were willing combatants and the gloves came off. Orr was able to land some hard punches early on. Orr was throwing more and seemed to be on offense. Eventually, Scott came back with some good blows of his own and Orr got in tight. They wrestled and Scott was able to remove Orr's helmet. They got space between them and then Orr landed a hard yet low punch. Normally that would not do much damage but it clearly damaged Scott. Scott dropped to the ice and Orr landed one more punch for good measure.

This was a great comeback fight for Colton Orr. After coming back from a concussion, Orr was scratched for most of last season and eventually sent down to the Marlies. He worked hard with the Marlies and earned a spot on Toronto's starting roster. He was rather quiet on Saturday night against Montreal and I was suprised that he wasn't looking for a fight. However, he was probably saving his energy for a possible match with John Scott. Orr did a good job against Scott and even if he had not dropped him, Colton still would have earned the win. He proved he has his toughness back and hopefully, will stay up with the Leafs.

John Scott does not need to worry about this loss. He is a giant and uses his size to easily win fights against much smaller opponents. After not responding well when Milan Lucic ran Ryan Miller over, Scott was brought into Buffalo to add some toughness to a pretty weak Sabres squad. Scott had not yet lost a fight and could easily challenge anybody going after Buffalo's stars. He was doing well against Orr, who is a real tough fighter. Some may be worrying about this loss but I think it is good for him. Not every fighter is perfect and even the greatest will lose sometimes. It will probably fuel him to preform even better.

Orr earned the TKO win in this fight. He dropped Scott with a solid punch. The fight was quite entertaining as it was a good battle between two heavyweights and saw one of the NHL's best fighters get handed his first major loss.
 Drunk247
300 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 00:48 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
8
Well it Happened! Kaleta being his usual prick self was arsing around with Liles behind the play and they whistled it down for a penalty. Orr and Scott cruised into one another's territory and neither guy was going to back down. I'm sure this one was on both of their minds all day long and there was no sense delaying the inevitable which meant that go time was upon them. They lose the gloves and look to get to clinch right away, Orr looking to close distance and find his range, Scott looking to lock him off to the outside to exploit his reach advantage.

Orr starts with a right that looks to come up just a little short as they clinch up and Scott looks to lock him out with the stiff arm left. Big John tries to ragdoll Colt a bit with a couple of left jersey jabs to set up the big overhand right and he throws it, looks like clips Orr with but Orr takes it well and returns fire with an even bigger right hand that smashes Scott right on the button. Scott takes it well though and doesn't bat an eye or hold up the least bit stunned. He comes right back over the top with a decent right hand that gets Orr in the back of the head as Orr turned away from it and then Orr fired another big right bomb that was deflected wide of the intended target off of Scott's left arm that he was using to try and keep the separation he was looking for. Scott throws two more big rights over the top but Orr wades right through them to close distance. Scott trying to push him back out goes to the body with a right while Orr clips him with a glancing right hand over the top. Scott throws a good right, Orr answers with a good right, hard to tell how well they landed though as both guys were using their lockout arm effectively to stifle the power of the bombs being fired at them. Not liking the shorter range Scott applies a bit of a headlock to Orr which Colt slips out of right away but Scott drags the helmet off of him and catches him with a short right uppercut on the way out. Orr misses a big right as he can't get it over top of Scott's left arm but lands a second one to the back of Scott's helmet.

Scott lands a decent right to the body. Orr lands a big right to the back of Scott's helmet as John shakes off his right elbow pad. Scott looks to come over the top with a big right but Orr beats him to the punch and drills him with a big right haymaker to the serratus anterior (Gorilla Monsoon description) or top of the ribs (Jesse Ventura layman's terms clarification) and just lets the air out of the big man completely. Scott stops dead in his tracks and crumples to a knee, paralyzied momentairly by the body shot. Orr lands a stiff right to the side of his helmet while he's on his knees and the linesmen realizing he's in trouble, not making any attempt to get back to his feet and done in the fight jump in to end proceedings. Scott obviously frustrated with how well that body shot caught him gets up slowly with a strained smile and a little bit of a frustrated "he fuckin' got me" type laugh as he skates off to the penalty box, his NHL undefeated streak over and his record as a Buffalo Sabre falling to 0-1. TKO, knockdown, whatever you want to call it, I guess depends on how you score fights. Orr dropped him with that body shot and took him out of the fight completely and ended the fight promptly for the clear and decisive win in his favor. That's a TKO in my book but I have no issue calling it a knockdown or a clear win Orr or whatever because body shot knockdowns are so rare that there's not really a set way of calling them really established for hockey fights. I'm pretty sure I called it a TKO for Mac over Brashear, so I'd call this a TKO as well based on that critera, he clearly finished the fight, took Scott out of the fight and Scott was slow to get up. That smile and chuckle was clearly a "he got me" sort of frustrated laugh as his wind began to come back. He was still hunched over a bit on the way to the box as his began to fill his lungs up with air again after being stopped dead in his tracks.

I haven't seen a body shot TKO or knockdown since MacIntyre did it to Brashear but it's a pretty cool way to finish a fight. Kocur used to be deadly with the body shots and Mac uses them very effectively as well. Its a great tool for big punchers and I'd like to see Orr use it more often because the way he chopped the big fella down with that punch was a thing of fucking beauty. I gotta give props to Scott here as well. Orr is far and away the best fighter he's even taken on in his NHL career and there had to have been a fair bit of pressure on him going into his first fight in Buffalo with the hype that surrounded him as being the answer for all Buffalo's toughness issues. He didn't back down or look to pick a spot by avoiding Orr in favor of Brown or Fraser and he didn't look for the Andrew Peters circa 2007 to retirement type of lockout to distance, turn away and trade glancers and misses. He came to battle and held his own until he got caught with that body shot. He ate a right hand at about the 8 second mark that would have dropped him if he was a total joke. The guy is a serious contender and when he was loading up some of those bombs, I was worried that Orr was going to walk right into one and have his lights turned out but he stood right in the pocket and traded with the bigger man, landed the best punch to the face of the fight with that clean right bomb near the start and of course the big body shot to crumple him in the end secured the victory in a real good heavyweight showdown that had to mean a lot to both guys, Scott trying to establish himself in Buffalo, Orr trying to prove that bringing him back into the Maple Leaf fold was the right move. Big props to Orr for getting it done. He had to be a bit nervous dropping the weight and going in there against a guy as big and dangerous as Scott but he rose to the occasion and brought the big man to his knees. I was excited about this game for this matchup all day and the fight absolutely delivered. Great Heavyweight Tilt. TKO/Knockdown whatever you want to call it, it was a Clear and Decisive Win Orr.

Great to see the #32 Buffalo vs. #28 Toronto rivalry restored 3 days shy of the 10 year aniversary of the final battle in the epic Ray vs. Domi rivarly. Both guys did them proud in this one as Orr takes the victory in round 1 of what will hopefully be another great rivalry that makes Toronto vs. Buffalo games fun again.
 SarcasticPillow
19441 fight reviews
135 fight logs

Jan 21, 2013 20:43 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Patrick Kaleta just gets a little bit of Colton Orr with a hit and later on the shift, Kaleta comes together with Mark Fraser. Orr comes in and meets with John Scott and they decide to shed the mitts. They establish their grips with the left hand and stand back from each other, Scott prodding away with the left. Scott lands a right, then misses a right while Orr misses a right as well. Orr then lands a right sharply as Scott misses a right and Orr shakes his elbow pad off after. Scott resumes prodding as Orr misses a right, then Scott misses a right. Scott then lands a right while Orr misses a right and then Scott lands a right to the body. Orr misses a right and then after Scott misses a right, Orr misses a right. They get in close and wrestle with Orr landing a right. Scott misses a right as Orr ducks and then loses his helmet while getting his head up. Orr misses a right and Scott lands a right to the body. They stand back again and Scott shakes his elbow pad off as Orr misses a right. Scott lands a right while Orr lands a right to the body which buckles Scott. Scott goes to his knees and Orr lands two rights before the linesmen come in. Scott gets up smiling while Orr goes off and says something to Kaleta who has been taken to the box along with John-Michael Liles. Decent fight between these two heavyweights. Scott has the advantage in size but Orr's the more experienced fighter of the two and did quite well here. They both got in some shots but Orr landed slightly better, though not as many as Scott. Neither could really get loose from the other but Orr caught Scott with a big body punch that felled him to his knees.
 lilburtis9363
1006 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 14:10 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Kaleta takes a run at Orr and gets only a little bit of him. Liles then gives Kaleta a jab with the stick and Kaleta turns around. Liles gives him another slash and Kaleta shoves him back. Liles cross-checks Kaleta up high and Kaleta backs off as the refs skate by. This is when Scott comes over toward Orr who gives him a shove right away.

They drop the gloves and sticks and grab on right away each holding the jersey with the left and the right hand cocked back. Scott starts things off throwing a little jersey jab and trying to muscle him with the left. They each then stand toe to toe and Orr just grazes Scott with a right as Scott misses one. Orr throws another that lands pretty hard and Scott misses another right. Orr shakes off the elbow pad and looks to land another right and Scott throws one to the back of the head. Scott then throws one short right to the body and Orr throws a short right back as they move closer to the boards. Orr misses a couple rights as Scott wraps him up and manages to get Orr's helmet off. Scott throws an uppercut to the body and Orr responds with one to the ribs. Scott tries to shake his elbow pad off and Orr misses Scott with one. Scott and Orr each throw one simutaneously Scott misses and takes a solid right hand to the ribs and Scott crumbles to the ice and Orr nails him in the back of the head with one more for good measure.

Orr was amped up and Scott got up smiling showing a cut on his lip. Scott's face said it all and Orr's reaction as well. No doubt this was a TKO.
 GNR1010
21 fight reviews

Mar 31, 2013 19:21 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Colton Orr VS John Scott - - - - - January 21st, 2013 - - - - -

Early into the first period of this game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres, the play is controlled by the Maple Leafs deep into the Sabres zone. A whistle is blown, and the fourth lines are on the ice. After the whistle, some players begin to chat and John Scott skates towards Colton Orr and they exchange some words. Colton Orr gives John Scott a quick cross check up high and the gloves are dropped and the fans are standing to their feet!

This has been a highly anticipated fight prior to this game, a lot of fight fans around the world were waiting to see if these two heavyweights would pair off and it didnt take long to happen at all!

John Scott gets things going with a pair of left handed jersey jabs that land to the face of Colton Orr. Scott than fires a right hand that misses and Colton Orr as well answers back with a right that also misses. They both exchange another right each with Scott missing his but Colton Orr lands his nicely and it even bounces Scotts head back nicely. Orr shakes off his elbow pad and lands another right hand to the side of the head of John Scott. Scott fires a pair of right hands over the top of Colton Orr that land to the side of the head but appear to do little damage. Scott also fires a body shot . Colton Orr than answers back with a right hand that misses the head of Scott. Scott answers back with a right hand that misses as well. Colton Orr fires another right hand that comes up short, as they spin around in a circle and try to get into a better position to continue the fight. They both miss with a weak right hand each, Scott lands another body shot while Orr has his helmet fall off . Scott shakes off his elbow pad as well and than lands a nice clean right hand to the side of the face of Orr. At the same time that Scott lands his punch to the face of Orr, Orr fires a body shot to the rib area of Scott that drops him to his knees . As the linesman step in quickly to stop the fight Orr has his right hand cocked back and unloads yet another right hand that connects to the side of the head of Scott. Orr skates towards the penalty box and seems to be pretty pumped over the fight, as the fans are all standing and applauding Orr for dropping the big man.

What an exciting fight between two true heavyweights. Lets hope we get to see these two guys go again later this year.

Orr gets a TKO win here, I personally think that it was the punch to the rib area that really dropped Scott to his knees, and maybe it was because Scott was firing a right hand awkwardly at the same time that made it so effective. Hard to say, but a TKO none the less.
 BigBadBruin8
248 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:42 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Fourth lines are out, and Kaleta takes a run at Orr at the side boards. John-Michael Liles stalks Kaleta up the ice and they end up engaged in a confrontation first that results in matching minors. Once the whistle had blown, Orr and Scott end up together and the challenge is issued. They drop and start trading some big shots, Scott not really landing but Orr scoring some points, including a nice right hand to the side of Scott's head. After a brief tie-up Orr gets the right free again and unleashes a body shot that would make Marvin Hagler proud, right to Scott's kidney and drops him. Scott was visibly hurt, and that was all the action. Orr celebrates the win, has something to say to Kaleta in the box, and the ACC crowd is loving it. Not a traditional TKO, but it fits the criteria. Down directly from a punch and the end of the action.
 WanderingEye
1758 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Jan 21, 2013 20:15 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
They started out exchanging rights and Orr gets the better of it, nailing the mammoth Scott with a punch square to the face. Scott is straightened up but takes the punch well and keeps going, throwing two over the top and one to the body as Orr shakes his elbow pad loose. They exchange a few short shots and wrap up in close, Orr losing his helmet as he takes a few uppercuts to the body. Scott shakes his own elbow pad out and tosses a right, but is countered by a right to the body by Orr. Scott doubles over and goes to his knees, the body shot having clearly hurt him. Orr drills him with a heavy punch to the helmet and the linesmen jump in. Orr is fired up and celebrates his victory while Scott gets up smiling, perhaps out of appreciation of the shot Orr caught him with.

The punch definitely ended the fight in my eyes, a rare body punch TKO in hockey.
 Savages
987 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 23:58 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
5
Scott Vs. Orr

After the whistle Orr is having words with Kaleta and then Scott intervenes and these two big boys drop the gloves and grab onto each other. They exchange a couple of left jersey jabs to start as Scott misses with an over the top right hand. Orr then misses with a right of his own but then Orr lands a beautiful follow up right hand that lands nicely. Orr then shakes off the right elbow pad as Scott lands one of two over the top right hands while Orr misses with a right as well. Scott then lands a right to the mid section of Orr before both Orr and Scott trade simultaneous missing right hands. They come in tight and do a little wrestling for position as Scott gets the helmet off of Orr and both guys once again trade two right hands with nothing major landing. Scott will then shake off the right elbow pad and misses with a right while his counterpart Orr connects with a right that drops Scott to his knee's. Orr lands one more right to the helmet before the refs step in and separate them.

Win Orr. Dropped Scott with the last right hand.
 LOOCH17
90 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 12:01 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Orr gives Scott a push at the blue line while the penalties are being called. They then decide to drop the gloves and go at it. Once they have grabbed on Scott throws a few jersey jabs and then gets off a weak right whereas Orr fires two overhand bombs one of which defiantly connects. Orr throws another which doesn't connect and Scott throws two more which don't connect either. Scott then throws a sharp right to the ribs of Orr and Orr throws another two over the top which mildly connect. Scott then goes into a bear hug trying to remove the helmet of Orr who throws a few blind punches which don't connect and then throws another once out of this bear hug which hits Scott's shoulder. Scott proceeds to get his elbow pad off and try and get his arm loose. Once he does this they simultaneously throw punches Scott's doesn't connect but Orr's connects big time to the ribs of Scott winding him and sending him down. Orr proceeds to throw one more big punch to the top of Scott's head while he is on his knees.

Clearly a TKO win for Orr as that rib shot sent Scott down. Good scrap between two tough guys.
NJ4
273 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:33 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Killaton501
319 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:35 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Liles gets into a shoving match with Kaleta and both receive minor penalties. As they make their way to the penalty box, Orr and Scott square off. Orr connects with a heavy right early but Scott has a huge size and reach advantage and lands a few shots of his own. Orr is able to finish the scrap with a huge right hand that drops Scott to his knees.
Murray3
5622 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:36 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
averyoverott
722 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:36 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Two of the toughest guys you'll ever see go at it and they exchange at first, before Orr lands a right that takes Scott to his knees. He stays on his knees for a while after Orr skates away and then Scott gets up on his own strength smiling, almost as if to say, "Fuck, he got me good."
slimshady08
83 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:36 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
5
colton orr with the body shot tko on scott, wow, didnt see that coming when they squared off
FightsOfHockey
4960 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:37 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Im not sure this is a TKO after watching it a few times but I'll call it a TKO for now anyways Orr gets the win.
skacore
1083 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:38 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
bradu
891 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:38 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
8
Orr and Scott square up...Scott uses his reach and pops Orr's head back a couple times with good shots, but Colton's chin holds up. Orr gets a good one or two in of his own as Scott also gets a couple more in.

Then they land simultaneous shots, Scott lands a good face shot and Orr lands a BODY SHOT that puts Scott to a knee, and lands one more just as Scott goes down.

Didn't see anyone else note yet that it was a body shot that put Scott down!
FBL27
495 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:40 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
wooooooooo!!!!!! JUST LIKE I TOLD SOME OF YOU LASTNIGHT WHO SAID SCOTT WOULD PUMMEL KONOPKA AND THAT HES UNDEFEATED BLAH BLAH BLAH

TKO WIN ORR


Kaleta takes a high shot at colton orr and j-m liles doesnt like it and has words, john scott comes over. Scott tries to use his size to his advantage but orr gets in tight.
Orr lands a beauty BODY SHOT on John Scott thusfar knocking the overated monster Scott down to a knee and following up with another shot to the back of Scott's helmet
TieDomiFan
2388 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:41 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
nice TKO by Colton, Scott looked hurt when he was going to penalty box
jnxskng
49 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 19:57 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Liles and Kaleta shove a bit and then Scott and Orr have a go. Orr got some off then it looked like Scott would turn things his Way and then comes a big shot by Orr that takes Scott to his knees. Very pleasant surprise. I knew Orr was tough. Scott looked surprised an kinda shaken and confused
SmokesLetsGo
4910 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:02 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Body-shot TKO?????? Dont see that very often, mustve got him right on the kidney. First NHL loss for John Scott here, wouldnt be surprised to see these two go again tonight.
hockeyfighter29
177 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:08 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
what a great first fight for these heavyweights. Not very often when a body shot tko happens
TheDanLine
10033 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:13 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Good job by Orr here. Orr lands a good punch in the beginning that seems to stun Scott, then lands a good uppercut at the end and Scott goes down to his knees. Scott won't be running his fat mouth to the media after this game. TKO win for Orr.
Toolen5
1 fight review

Jan 21, 2013 20:27 ET
Draw Fun 
6
Did anyone see this fight. Scott threw the punch and fell. There was no TKO punch
AHLer
834 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:41 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
luke95
681 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 20:44 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
putonthefoil22
45 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 21:10 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Colton Orr landed one punch at the start and then a few when Scott was down. And Scott only fell from his own punch, he hit Orr and then lost balence and fell. So the best option is draw.
timperley
333 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 21:43 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
nice body shot by Orr
steezyjeeves
1260 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 22:39 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
As much as I love to hate Colton Orr, he can throw damaging punches and proved it once again here. Scott got dropped, took it with a smile and headed to the box. TKO Orr.
FrAn6
3474 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 23:08 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
leafsfan0
102 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 23:22 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
8
this is straight up awesome. first tko by body shot ive seen. at 6'7 scotts kidney is right there for orr and he just pounds it
chrisinroch
42 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 00:31 ET
Draw Fun 
5
Definitely NOT a TKO. Scott slips and falls to his knees after connecting.
WoodyWoodpeckerPolka
539 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 01:42 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Miracle4
367 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 03:08 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
One of the odder TKO's I've seen
imfondofthuggery
23 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 04:01 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
5
A well placed body blow by Orr drops Scott. Scott is smiling after the bout but that was only to save face. After he smiles he slowly skates to the penalty box bent over with his hands on his knees.
mullet
19528 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 04:28 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Great to see Orr back in the NHL where he belongs. Good heavyweight scrap and Orr buckles the giant Scott with a bodyshot in the end.
michiann
3654 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 05:05 ET
Colton Orr clear win Fun 
N/A
Difficult to judge if this was a tko or not BECAUSE even though that upper torso-punch may have found the opening where the upper torso is protected by the long extension of the front-side shoulder pads, it's still hard to believe that it caused the behemoth John Scott to collapse. I seen a countless amount of players get punched in that same body-spot but none of those fighters ever went down from that. Anyway, the following description of the fight may lend credence to what I am saying. Orr lands two consecutive clear haymakers early in the fight. The total punch-count shows Scott landed 2 facial-punches + 1 jersey-jab while Orr landed 3 facial-punches. Body-punches were made by both fighters throughout the fight. This is a clear win for Orr because of the following reasons: besides those awesome haymakers by Orr, Scott's body-language signaled that Scott collapsed to his knees because "he was finished" caused by "lingering dizziness" by those earlier haymakers. This is further proven by the fact that Scott has a reputation of always ending fights while he is standing up. The last reason of why I shy away from counting this as a tko is because whenever there is doubt that a tko punch took place or not, then that doubt kills off the judgement of a tko ... but maybe that last punch did "knock the wind out of " Scott, it's hard to determine.

Scott's stock value diminshes after other teams see this fight on video because he fell to the floor like a wimp. After he gets up, he starts flashing a big, phony smile on his face to make it look like he wasn't dazed in this fight but you can bet your bottom dollar that he was dazed in this fight ... hockey players are "good actors", so don't be fooled by this. Thus, a final evaluation is that even though Orr may not look like the clear victor in this fight, the cumulative technicalities of the fight does express a clear win by Orr. Classify this as one those fights that needs careful analysis before any reviewer can conclude.
redwings77
829 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 06:29 ET
Colton Orr win by KO Fun 
6
IronMike1982
378 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 07:38 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
nfotiu671
677 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 07:41 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Big John gets toppled by a nasty body shot. Orr TKO
Oneill.the.Giant
11085 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 08:00 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
no1steeler
1957 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 08:09 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
NhlGuy73
399 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 08:52 ET
Colton Orr decisive win Fun 
5
crosbyXXX
3696 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 11:15 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
danista
329 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 12:18 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
weylax09
329 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 15:21 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
vicious body shot
McCarty25
257 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 16:46 ET
Colton Orr decisive win Fun 
7
The heavyweight matchup we all wanted to see happen. Can't tell if it was a TKO or not, but Orr announced that he was back with this fight. He's still got it.
nateyman33
467 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 20:58 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
apparently I bothered some people with my review, and I am terribly sorry it affected you, so I guess I must put this as a tko. once again, i am terribly sadened by this tragic event. if anybody needs any help at all, you can contact your nearest elementary school counselor to help you with your problems
oldscout
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Draw Fun 
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time2go
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Jan 23, 2013 19:00 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Pretty even tilt until Orr gets in the BIG body shot to earn the TKO win. Bout time he earns the TKO instead of being on the losing side of the TKO. Just goes to prove that if your not careful even the 'punching bag can hit back'.
xxWiltshirexx
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Jan 24, 2013 09:04 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
Great TKO Body shot, took the wind out of him!
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Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
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Feb 2, 2013 18:07 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
8
Not too often you see a body shot put someone down. Colton Orr drops Scott with a powerful right to the ribs.


Seriously people, Scott dropped right after he got punched, stayed down, and then slumped over in pain when skating away. How blind are people on this website?
Killahpunk
1997 fight reviews

Feb 7, 2013 18:45 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
7
A batttle between two top 10 fighters. Orr lands a perfect body shot that drops Big John. TKO Win Orr who has looked fantastic this season.
Snowflake24
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Aug 29, 2013 00:44 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
8
Orr and Scott drop the gloves and both throw good punches but Orr drops Scott with big punch
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Sep 29, 2013 23:33 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
6
Nice tko by Orr here who mixes it up nicely giving Scott a solid rib shot
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Oct 19, 2013 07:30 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
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Play stops, Orr gives Scott a shove, so they both decide to drop the gloves. Orr gets a good right hand in at the start of the fight, then after that there aren't many decent punches thrown. Then right at the end Orr throws a huge body shot which knocks Scott down to his knees. Orr win by TKO.
fight22
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Nov 21, 2013 15:30 ET
Colton Orr win by TKO Fun 
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orr and scott land some huge right but in the end orr drops scott
tko win for orr
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Body shot tko
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Orr catches Scott with a body shot that drops the big man, tko win Orr.
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Murray3
Jan 21, 2013 19:35 ET
Finally John Scott finding a guy that could match him... and look what happens. Lol.Reply
FBL27
Jan 21, 2013 19:39 ET
JOHN SCOTT is not a Derek Boogaard and look what happens when he tries a LEGITE HEAVYWEIGHTReply
bradu
Jan 21, 2013 19:40 ET
that was a good scrap, Scott was getting in big shots and surprisingly Orr was able to take them. How often do you see a body shit TKO in a hockey fight?! I can't think of one. Let's pray for a rematch!Reply
TieDomiFan
Jan 21, 2013 19:41 ET
finally a proof that Scott is overrated, he always fought just LHW´s or average HW´s, he never fought TOP 5 fighter that´s why he never lost until he met Orrrrrr :DReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:42 ET
Bullshit Boogaard was beaten by Laraque and Godard and many others.Reply
TieDomiFan
Jan 21, 2013 19:42 ET
Quote from message by bradu
that was a good scrap, Scott was getting in big shots and surprisingly Orr was able to take them. How often do you see a body shit TKO in a hockey fight?! I can't think of one. Let's pray for a rematch!
what about MacIntyre vs Brashear ...
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slimshady08
Jan 21, 2013 19:42 ET
i mentioned it, jus sayinReply
Killaton501
Jan 21, 2013 19:43 ET
wouldnt mind seeing brown vs kaleta tonight as well, or even fraser vs kaletaReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:43 ET
I've never seen a body "SHIT" lol.Reply
slimshady08
Jan 21, 2013 19:46 ET
these fourth lines are going to be fun to watch on the ice together all nightReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:46 ET
Play by Play said Kaleta grew to 6'4, I doubt that he is 26 years old not 14 or 15.Reply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:47 ET
I think we will see them go again, they were talking during that scrum.Reply
skacore
Jan 21, 2013 19:48 ET
Quote from message by FightsOfHockey
Play by Play said Kaleta grew to 6'4, I doubt that he is 26 years old not 14 or 15.
lol dude they are joking, they're saying playing with Scott has made him bigger
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FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:48 ET
didn't sound like it, I swear the guy sounded serious.Reply
bradu
Jan 21, 2013 19:50 ET
Freudian slip eh, lol.

I think you guys are jumping the gun if you think this one fight proves Scott is overrated. Yes, he finally lost a fight in the NHL...took 20 some fights before he lost one. How many others have done that?

I suspect a 5 fight series between Scott and Orr would be pretty good, with each winning a couple. Orr is certainly no slouch, but with his kill or be killed fighting style, he takes more losses than some of the other top dogs. Both of these guys are top 5, maybe even top 3 NHL fighters...I can only think of McGrattan who's in the same weight class right now, though I'm sure a couple guys are slipping my mind.
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SmokesLetsGo
Jan 21, 2013 19:51 ET
First NHL loss for John Scott. Hopefully we get to see them go again tonight!Reply
SmokesLetsGo
Jan 21, 2013 19:52 ET
I agree, one loss in an entire career hardly make someone overrated, especially to a guy with steel fists like Colton OrrReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 19:54 ET
100% agreedReply
Boreal
Jan 21, 2013 19:57 ET
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FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 20:00 ET
In the Preds & Blues game do you guys think we will get McGrattan/Clune vs Reaves???? On Period to go, have hope enforcer fans.Reply
lilburtis9363
Jan 21, 2013 20:05 ET
Scott isn't even a fraction of Boogaard. Boogaard fought to hurt his opponent no defense involved. Scott doesn't have half the punching power Boogaard did either.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:06 ET
Just yesterday i was saying scott isnt the toughest guy in the AHL, other people were saying he is and nobody can beat him. OHHHH what now!Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:07 ET
Hey do you remember yesterday you were telling me nobody in the AHL can beat him. And i said yeah somebody can?? well look at here lol thats weird you gotta admitReply
lilburtis9363
Jan 21, 2013 20:08 ET
Scott is tough, but he doesn't mainly go with heavies. I was expecting Orr to win, great to see him back again!Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:10 ET
Yeah but just yesterday atleast 4 people didnt agree with me that someone can beat scott. Well look hereReply
SmokesLetsGo
Jan 21, 2013 20:12 ET
I still dont think that anybody in the AHL can beat him... you know that these are NHL teams, right? And he lost on a body-shot to Colton "Steel Fist" Orr, hardly anything to be ashamed of. He is still one of, if not THE, most physically imposing fighters in the NHL.Reply
bradu
Jan 21, 2013 20:13 ET
I was one of the people you were talking with. I certainly did not say that nobody can beat Scott, I said I feel that Scott is the #1 fighter in the NHL right now.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:17 ET
I know im sorry the whole lockout ending hasnt hit me yet, im use to say AHL because i followed it alot cause of the lockout sorry for that, but i know it weird cause yesterday you and people were saying he couldnt lose a fight.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:20 ET
Well he lost here. And thats your opinion, and mine is that i dont think hes that tough or anything its just a reach and weight that wins for him. I mean come you guys he was a college hockey player, he barley fought during the NAHL. the nhl/ahl wanted him because of his size so they told him you have the size we want you to change his role to a enforcer, he doesnt have enough skill to be a 4th or 3rd line guy without his fighting.Reply
SmokesLetsGo
Jan 21, 2013 20:20 ET
Nobody said that he CANT lose, we were just saying that he is probably the top fighter in the NHL right now. Nobody is unbeatable, all it takes is one punch to drop anyone, as evidenced by this. However, if Scott and Orr were to fight 3 or 5 times, I think it is safe to say that Scott would take the majority.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:20 ET
Agree there.Reply
SmokesLetsGo
Jan 21, 2013 20:21 ET
Would certainly be some awesome tilts if they were to go.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:23 ET
"Outside of McGrattan, I dont think there is really anybody else who is even close to being able to stand in with John Scott."

Thats what you said yesterday but im not arguing i mean were all having a convo there is nothing wrong with that no one should call eachother names its fun to come on here and show out opinions and watch fights.
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NhlGuy73
Jan 21, 2013 20:38 ET
Toronto THANK YOU for ginaly playing Orr the way he should be playedReply
chrisY2J
Jan 21, 2013 20:40 ET
It is really weird to see #32 for the Sabres and #28 for the Leafs scrapping, and it's not Rob Ray versus Tie Domi.Reply
lilburtis9363
Jan 21, 2013 20:41 ET
Quote from message by 4thliner
"Outside of McGrattan, I dont think there is really anybody else who is even close to being able to stand in with John Scott."

Ryan Reaves, George Parros, Darcy Hordichuk, Matt Carkner, Jody Shelley, Cam Janssen

He did give Parros an asswhoopin last time though
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slimshady08
Jan 21, 2013 20:42 ET
kaleta just guaranteed a fight at some point in this gameReply
lilburtis9363
Jan 21, 2013 20:45 ET
Good, would love to see him get it handed to him.Reply
4thliner
Jan 21, 2013 20:58 ET
that wasnt me saying that?Reply
Killaton501
Jan 21, 2013 21:01 ET
typical kaleta.. can jump phil kessel but wont back it up when brown challenges him. If someone jumped Vanek and pummeled him Lindy ruff would be all over the media calling it a cheap shot and demanding a suspensionReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 21:09 ET
Bad news for Ducks Fans, Staubitz is scratched again.Reply
Boreal
Jan 21, 2013 21:25 ET
Quote from message by FightsOfHockey
Bad news for Ducks Fans, Staubitz is scratched again.
Geez, if they keep this up the Ducks will have Bryan Allen as their enforcer.
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Mentor666
Jan 21, 2013 21:55 ET
This is an interesting scrum. So many folks here are saying it's a TKO but I don't see it.....and neither did the Toronto announcers. They called it a slip.......and Scott was laughing on his way to the box.......strange.......
I do agree though that Scott isn't as tough as he could be for the size he is. He's not a true enforcer......
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the247editor
Jan 21, 2013 22:08 ET
I'm a veteran tv editor...I downloaded the clip and watched it in slo-mo & frame-by-frame - it was without a doubt a body shot that winded Scott. Orr wouldn't be rejoicing like he did if he wasn't positive he connected on that blow to the gut. Scott went down a second after the connection so you know he felt it's after effects...he's smiling cuz 1) he's knew he got caught by one 2) he doesn't want to look like he was hurt - plain and simple. Orr's been studying MMA in the off season and it shows.Reply
bradu
Jan 21, 2013 22:17 ET
you sure that was the Toronto feed? I watched the Buffalo feed and Rob Ray said that it was just a slip, but that's to be expected.

I do have to say that if you just watched it once, I see how you could miss the body shot. When I watched the fight, the way Scott went down was as if he was stunned, yet I never saw a punch. So I rewound, and the hard body shot is as clear as day and obviously knocks the wind out of Scott, who takes a knee. No doubt about it.

So I can't totally blame the announcers calling it a slip on first view, but if you people are here posting your review and you don't see that it's a clean TKO, there's something wrong with you.
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Smartest
Jan 21, 2013 22:21 ET
Fuckin homers. At no point did Orr hit him? R u kidding me. Have those knobs watch the same fight we all haveReply
WanderingEye
Jan 21, 2013 22:26 ET
Rob Ray said it was a slip (and let's not pretend to be surprised that he would be a homer) but Kevin Sylvester's initial call was that Scott was hit with a punch and went down.Reply
SmokesLetsGo
Jan 22, 2013 02:22 ET
Didnt realize that Bordeleau was in the NHL now, that is very exciting to hear. And I had no idea where Steve Mac has been playing, havent seen anything from him in quite awhile. Noted.Reply
TieDomiFan
Jan 22, 2013 06:12 ET


LEAFS feed
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Riffo
Jan 22, 2013 09:06 ET
Quote from message by WanderingEye
Rob Ray said it was a slip (and let's not pretend to be surprised that he would be a homer) but Kevin Sylvester's initial call was that Scott was hit with a punch and went down.
Rob Ray is a piece of trash. Scott got dropped.
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Gothica639
Jan 22, 2013 09:44 ET
No kidding... damn I miss those.Reply
EC
Jan 22, 2013 09:46 ET
To all of the people saying Scott is overrated as a fighter, I'm going to have to disagree. One loss to a top 5 fighter does not negate Scott's fighting ability. He has a decent fight card so far in his NHL career. It includes: beating Janssen twice, blooding Westgarth and Koci, as well as dropping Parros. Also don't forget that in the AHL, Scott earned a draw against Mitch Fritz and even bloodied him. That is impressive. Does he still have something to prove? Absolutely. I look forward to seeing him fight the heavyweights in the East as well as his rematch with Orr.

It's good to see Orr back in the NHL. It looks like he has regained his form. His last NHL season was very disappointing as he got dropped by Engelland and Parros. Orr looks back on track and has started the season off strong by dropping Scott. Scott has nothing to be ashamed of. Orr is a very powerful puncher and I'm not surprised he was able to hurt Scott with a body punch. Hopefully we will see both of them go at it again soon.
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shalom
Jan 22, 2013 09:52 ET
scott is a pussy he uses his reach and size to hold guys off so he doesnt get hit and when he does as u can see he goes down right awayReply
LOOCH17
Jan 22, 2013 12:10 ET
Quote from message by 4thliner
Yeah but just yesterday atleast 4 people didnt agree with me that someone can beat scott. Well look here
I agreed with you. And still do. This fight exposed Scott as the major Spot picker he is. Scott sucks and this proves that when he fights a legit heavyweight apart from fighting an injured Parros, that he sucks. I now know Shawn Thornton can beat him as he has beaten Orr before and this makes me think that Lucic will be able to handle him a lot better than most people describe.
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4thliner
Jan 22, 2013 14:46 ET
Thanks man, and yeah i know alot of players that could take himReply
EC
Jan 22, 2013 18:43 ET
Quote from message by LOOCH17
I agreed with you. And still do. This fight exposed Scott as the major Spot picker he is. Scott sucks and this proves that when he fights a legit heavyweight apart from fighting an injured Parros, that he sucks. I now know Shawn Thornton can beat him as he has beaten Orr before and this makes me think that Lucic will be able to handle him a lot better than most people describe.
Calling Scott a spot picker is inaccurate. When you have Fritz, Westgarth, Koci, Parros, and Janssen on your fight card in addition to Colton Orr, you are not a spot picker. You said he hasn't fought a legit heavyweight besides Parros. Fritz, Westgarth, and Koci all are legitimate heavyweights. Just because Scott got dropped by Orr (who happens to be one of the hardest punchers in the NHL), does not mean that he can't hold his own against Thornton or Lucic.
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lilburtis9363
Jan 22, 2013 19:46 ET
IMO Scott stood in there and took it like a man, didn't break up and back peddle then hide behind the linesman like Lucic.Reply
hockeyguy101
Jan 22, 2013 22:21 ET
Milan lucic wouldn't last 5 seconds unless he could hide behind the ref like he usually doesReply
belaknumberthree
Jan 23, 2013 13:20 ET
lol we all saw what happened last time orr fought lucic, lucic got smoked and most likely wont try that with orr again... when it comes to heavyweights lucic always folds.Reply
nfotiu671
Jan 24, 2013 08:49 ET
Mac is still with Wilkes-Barre. TKO Rechlicz a few weeks ago.Reply
Snowflake24
Feb 24, 2013 21:13 ET
I think Orr is best fighter in the league right nowReply


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Jan 21, 2013 21:02 ET
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Jan 21, 2013 21:03 ET
kessel bumps into miller but you can tell that it's totally accidental as kessel has his back to miller and is looking at the shot from the point. Also it's Phil Kessel.. i don't think he could hurt miller even if he wanted to. Dirty 
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kmyeakel
Jan 21, 2013 20:44 ET
Kessel and Kaleta were involvedReply
chrisY2J
Jan 21, 2013 20:48 ET
Kessel bumped into Miller in the crease. Kaleta jumped on Kessel and gave him some shoves and crosschecks as Kessel was on the ice, prompting several players to pile in.Reply
Killaton501
Jan 21, 2013 20:55 ET
i understand them being sensitive about hits to miller, but it's phil kessel for god's sake. Kaleta is the biggest pussy in the entire league now that sean avery is gone. I hope someone tunes him one of these days.Reply
Boreal
Jan 21, 2013 21:15 ET
We will likely see Patrick Kaleta get involved in a fight in the third period. Mark Fraser, Mike Brown, Korbinian Holzer and Colton Orr would be willing combatants.Reply
Killaton501
Jan 21, 2013 21:18 ET
kaleta wont fight anyone... he's made a career of ducking fightsReply
lilburtis9363
Jan 22, 2013 19:52 ET
He would duck everybody except for Kessel, Lupul, and GrabovskiReply
hockeyguy101
Jan 22, 2013 22:25 ET
I think you made your point clear the first time, but whatever post it a kajillion times since you're so forgetful. And after last seasons buffalo sabres, understandable , you were under the rock which is why you're clueless, they need to defend Ryan miller at all costs. Doesn't matter if its Kessel or Orr, miller needs to be protected at all costs. And ps look at kaleta s fight with Dorset lmao he could handle brown no problemReply
hockeyguy101
Jan 22, 2013 22:25 ET
I think you made your point clear the first time, but whatever post it a kajillion times since you're so forgetful. And after last seasons buffalo sabres, understandable , you were under the rock which is why you're clueless, they need to defend Ryan miller at all costs. Doesn't matter if its Kessel or Orr, miller needs to be protected at all costs. And ps look at kaleta s fight with Dorset lmao he could handle brown no problemReply
Killaton501
Jan 23, 2013 20:14 ET
first of all, everyone knows kaleta is a spotpicking pussy. EVERYONE. I have never seen a player turn down more fights than Kaleta (besides matt cooke).

Secondly, you have 110 reviews in over 60 months of membership, yet over 650 forum posts. Why the fuck are you even on here you fucking loser?
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Killaton501
Jan 23, 2013 20:19 ET
based on those statistics it seems you're on here more to start arguments with people than to actually review fights like the website is intended for.Reply
hockeyguy101
Dec 28, 2013 00:36 ET
Quote from message by Killaton501
based on those statistics it seems you're on here more to start arguments with people than to actually review fights like the website is intended for.
I've done nothing but contribute. Something you can't seem to do. I've gotten in some arguments, but for the most part, I am a fan of the tougher side of the sport and continue to root for it being a part of hockey. Nice try though.
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hockeyguy101
Dec 28, 2013 00:38 ET
Quote from message by Killaton501
first of all, everyone knows kaleta is a spotpicking pussy. EVERYONE. I have never seen a player turn down more fights than Kaleta (besides matt cooke).

Secondly, you have 110 reviews in over 60 months of membership, yet over 650 forum posts. Why the fuck are you even on here you fucking loser?
I'm the loser? Sorry...hate to respond twice, but you just gave me a specific number as far as reviews and visits to this site.

I have a life. Clearly you don't.And clearly, you wish you were half the man Pat Kaleta is.

I'm pretty sure the loser here isn't me...
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Jan 21, 2013 22:14 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Away from the play, Marcus Foligno and Mark Fraser are face to face and giving out the invitations to fight. They lose the gloves and the lids and do some shadowboxing.

When they join up, Foligno goes on the offense, tossing a few right hands. Fraser ducks his head to the side and tries to throw one back at Foligno, but misses it. Foligno throws a couple more punches, landing a few insignificant shots. Fraser works to free himself of his elbow pad. Foligno connects two more right hands to the side of the head.

After a missed punch by each, Fraser and Foligno then end up wrapped up together. Foligno falls backwards and drags Fraser down with him. The linesmen then stop it.

Foligno gets the edge in a below average fight, landing the only punches of the scrap.
 Drunk247
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Jan 22, 2013 00:41 ET
Draw Fun 
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In the undercard bout, another undefeated streak may have been compromised a little bit as Mark Fraser who was undefeated since coming to the Toronto organization just couldn't get things going against Foligno. Marcus caught him with a nice right hand out of the gate as Fraser was trying to get his arm loose. Fraser kept trying to shake his arm free of the elbow pad and he ate a couple more rights, then finally got free and threw a punch of his own and Foligno pulled the shute and hit the deck dragging Fraser down on top of him. Foligno landed the only punches of the fight and one of them was a pretty good right hand but to me it looked like a pretty clear bailout at the end there. I'm going to call it a draw, perhaps out of a bit of homerism, but moreso because I believe Foligno bailed out. I can't be 100% sure so I'll stop short of calling it a loss for Foligno considering he landed the only punches but if you bailout, it doesn't matter what you do before hand, you lose or at least get nothing more than a draw. Winner's don't bail out. It was a nice squareoff with the boys dropping the buckets and all and it started out shaping up to be a pretty good tilt but then Foligno just aborted the mission the moment Fraser got his arm free of the elbow pad turning what was shaping up to be a pretty good one into little more than a shit fight draw. I can see where the Foligno win calls are coming from, he landed the better punches but I am penalizing him back to a draw for what looked to me like a pretty clear bailout at the end.
 Savages
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Jan 22, 2013 01:01 ET
Marcus Foligno clear win Fun 
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Foligno Vs. Fraser

In the Toronto zone they drop the gloves, remove the helmets and square off. They come together and Fraser misses with the first right hand while Foligno connects with two rights of his own. Foligno then lands some left jersey jabs while Fraser shakes off his right elbow pad allowing Foligno to throw two more over the top right hands, neither seem to connect before Fraser attempts a right of his own but it doesn't get anywhere close. Foligno will then land two more right hands as they come in tight and wrestle each other to the ice where the refs pile on to separate them.

Win Foligno. More punches thrown and landed.
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Jan 22, 2013 18:55 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Marcus Foligno and Mark Fraser decide to scrap as play goes up ice so they shed the mitts and take their helmets off since Foligno has a visor. They squareoff for a bit and then move in, grabbing on with the left and Fraser missing a right. Foligno throws two rights and lands one, then Fraser shakes his elbow pad off as Foligno misses two rights. Fraser misses a right and moves in closer on Foligno who throws three rights, landing one. Foligno wrestles Fraser down and that ends the fight. Slight edge Foligno in a bad fight.
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Jan 21, 2013 21:32 ET
Draw Fun 
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Boring fight. there were only a few punches thrown and fraser ended up on top.
NJ4
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Jan 21, 2013 21:33 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Killaton501
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Jan 21, 2013 21:35 ET
Draw Fun 
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Drop gloves, grab on, miss one punch, fall over.
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Jan 21, 2013 21:37 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Jan 21, 2013 21:38 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Jan 21, 2013 21:52 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
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Crap fight, Foligno's throwing early fighting the short fight meanwhile Fraser spends his time adjusting his grip and getting his elbow pad on, expecting a long fight... they fall before Fraser can get going, Foligno narrow win for landing a few
Murray3
5622 fight reviews

Jan 21, 2013 22:58 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
3
michiann
3654 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 02:54 ET
Marcus Foligno clear win Fun 
N/A
Simple fight that sees Marcus Foligno plot 3 clear facial-punches while Fraser never actually landed any facial/head punches. Clear win for Foligno over the ex-Devil Mark Fraser. Part of the problem was that Fraser spent too much time trying to free himself from his own arm-equipment. He should have swung away even while this own padding was attached to him. Anyway, they both drop to the ice at the end and Fraser just happens to fall on top where the refs are quick to separate them. Net result here is that Foligno gets a freebie because of Fraser's haste.
Miracle4
367 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 03:10 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
mullet
19528 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 04:32 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
Foligno landed only punches, Fraser only threw one that missed at the beginning. Narrow win Foligno and not a good showing by Fraser.
AHLer
834 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 05:51 ET
Draw Fun 
4
redwings77
829 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 06:31 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
NESHLFan
422 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 06:35 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
no1steeler
1957 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 08:11 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
5
crosbyXXX
3696 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 11:18 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
3
averyoverott
722 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 13:26 ET
Draw Fun 
4
Everything missed, boring fight
Easton
28 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 13:28 ET
Marcus Foligno clear win Fun 
4
Fraser was the only one who has thrown serious punches till they ended in a wrestling match.
WoodyWoodpeckerPolka
539 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 13:39 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
3
Really crap showing by Fraser.
McCarty25
257 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 16:48 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
3
Foligno and Fraser drop the gloves and discard their helmets. Foligno throws more, while Fraser seems to be tied up. Didn't look like much landed.
sambusque
2465 fight reviews

Jan 22, 2013 17:59 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
4thliner
59 fight reviews

Jan 24, 2013 19:35 ET
Marcus Foligno clear win Fun 
3
quick fight here foligno was the only one landed punches win for him
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Apr 9, 2014 13:42 ET
Marcus Foligno narrow win Fun 
4
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FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 21:42 ET
When are the flames gonna rebuild? down 3-0 in the 1st.Reply
Killaton501
Jan 21, 2013 21:47 ET
3-2 nowReply
FightsOfHockey
Jan 21, 2013 21:57 ET
Still Jay Feaster has to go.Reply
belaknumberthree
Jan 21, 2013 22:35 ET
foligno is lucky he fell over so soon, avoided an ass whooping.Reply
TheDanLine
Jan 21, 2013 22:57 ET
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michiann
Jan 22, 2013 02:52 ET
How are some people calling this a draw? Fraser didnt do anything here except look busy trying to shed his own equipment. The draws ought to be pulled ... or at least, ask those particular reviewers to change the main labeling of their review.Reply
belaknumberthree
Jan 22, 2013 13:53 ET
well maybe foligno won by 3 or 4 shots but once fraser got sehis elbow pad off he fell right to the ice right when fraser was about to unleash, if they hadnt fell down the fight wouldve been alot different i feel... who knows there could be a rematch. Fraser is a good fighter though hes beat alot of tough guys.Reply
lilburtis9363
Jan 22, 2013 19:49 ET
Pretty hard to give either a win here. Fraser was trying to get his elbow pad off the whole fight Foligno didn't land anything significant. I can see a narrow win for Foligno at the very most. Clear....out of the questionReply
Notsince67
Jan 24, 2013 09:50 ET
TBH I think this probably is a spill over from something earlier in the season down in the AHL. These guys know each other, I wouldn't be surprised is Fraser took Foligno easy and Foligno planned to be active early and tie up to win the fight.

Fraser wins easily 7/10 time IMO.
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