Oct 18, 1978
Vancouver - Minnesota2-7

Summary Of Events
1  42:09  Rough  Grisdale-Young
2  49:12  Cheap Shot  Gradin-Barrett
3  49:12  Fight  Fraser-Barrett
4  54:54  Fight  McIlhargey-Smith
5  59:04  Fight  Snepsts-Smith
6  59:04  Fight  Oddleifson-Maxwell
7  59:04  Line Brawl    
8  59:04  Fight  Smyl-Smith
9  59:04  Fight  Fraser-MacAdam
10  59:04  Fight  Grisdale-Zanussi
11  59:04  Fight  Hanlon-Meloche

Rough at 42:09
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 John Grisdale 6'0'' 1195lb 5N/A
 Tim Young 6'1'' 1190lb 5


Cheap Shot at 49:12
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 Thomas Gradin  (Victim) 5'11'' 1170lb 5N/A
 Fred Barrett  (Aggressor) 6'0'' 1175lb 5
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racersno5clackson
Aug 16, 2017 15:47 ET
This was the incident that caused all of the fighting between the teams in the final period of this game.
According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Minnesota defenseman Fred Barrett caught Vancouver center Thomas Gradin face-to-face with a shoulder to the chin. Gradin slumped to the ice and Barrett was assessed a major penalty for elbowing.
" 'It was a cheap shot,' said Vancouver coach Harry Neale. 'He hit the wrong guy. Every team has certain guys who, if you hit them with a cheap shot, you'll have to face the rest of the team. It wasn't long before a couple of our guys (Stan Smyl and Curt Fraser, Gradin's rookie wingers) decided it was a cheap shot.'
'I saw them both coming,' said Barrett, 'and I didn't know which one was going to fight. I ducked and took the first punch on the lid (helmet).'
But Fraser stood over Barrett raining punches, and goalie Gary Edwards, who was making his first appearance of the season, finally skated out from his net and pulled Fraser off, knowing it would mean a game disqualification as third man in."
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Fight at 49:12
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 Curt Fraser 6'0''  201lb 26N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Fred Barrett 6'0''  175lb 26N/AN/AN/A
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whlfan
Jun 30, 2018 02:53 ET
From The Vancouver Province:
After Kris Manery, Ron Zanussi and Tim Young scored in the third period, Fred Barrett nailed Thomas Gradin in the mouth at 9:12 and the sordid violence began.
Gradin's linemate Curt Fraser went over to pummel Barrett.
"He was nothing," said Fraser.
Minnesota goalie Gary Edwards left his crease to bail out Barrett and Hanlon skated the length of the ice to pull him off.

Barr Min, Fraser Vcr majors, Edwards Min game misconduct, Hanlon Vcr 9:12,

From The Vancouver Sun:
The game was history (North Stars won 7-2) when Minnesota's Fred Barrett, whose sharp elbows were conspicuous much of the evening, decided to rough up Vancouver's leading scorer, rookie centre Thomas Gradin,
Curt Fraser, another rookie, who plays on a line with Gradin and Smyl, took exception to Barrett's raking of Gradin's face. He pounded Barrett without reply. Fraser was penalized five minutes for elbowing Gradin and nothing for fielding Fraser's punches.
"Barrett picked the wrong guy to run," said Neale. "Gradin wasn't causing anyone any trouble." And neither, he might have added, were any of the other Canucks.
"That was a perfectly clean check," insisted Nanne. "Barrett hit him on the chest with his shoulder. Look for yourself on the replay." Gradin said he was elbowed on the left cheekbone.
During the one-sided Barrett-Fraser scrap, Minnesota goalie Gary Edwards intervened and was handed a game misconduct for being the third man in the alleged fight. Vancouver's rookie Glen Hanlon, the victim of shoddy support in his first start of the season, then skated down ice to intercept Edwards.
Ten minutes later, predictably, all hell broke loose.

Barrett Min, Fraser Vcr majors, Edwards Min game misconduct, Hanlon Vcr 9:12.
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Fight at 54:54
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 Jack McIlhargey 6'0'' 4190lb 20N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Bobby Smith 6'4'' 4210lb 20N/AN/AN/A
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racersno5clackson
Feb 17, 2010 07:16 ET
According to the box score in the Miami News, Bobby Smith did not receive a a penalty at this time. Jack McIlhargey received a major and a game misconduct at 14:54.Reply
racersno5clackson
Aug 16, 2017 16:36 ET
According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, McIlhargey jumped Smith, who didn't fight back. McIlhargey was thrown out with a major and a game misconduct. Smith went over to the penalty box but to his surprise wasn't let in. He didn't receive a penalty since all he did was get hit by McIlhargey's punches.Reply
whlfan
Jun 30, 2018 03:04 ET
From The Vancouver Sun:
The 7,612 spectators were cheering as a chain reaction of four fights erupted, leaving Wicks stationary with hands on hips and the two linesmen helpless.
The tone for the big fracas had been set earlier in the period when Vancouver defenceman Jack McIlhargey decided enough was enough and readily accepted the challenge of baiting Bobby Smith, first pick in the NHL amateur draft.
"He was laughing at me during the play," said McIlhargey. "And when the cocky first-year kid dropped his gloves first, I jumped right in there." McIlhargey, who did all the punching, got five minutes for fighting and a game misconduct. Smith got nothing.

McIlhargey Vcr major, game misconduct 14:54,

From The Province:
As the game proceeded Jack McIlhargey thumped Stars' rookie Bobby Smith, the last sticking up for his teammate Steve Payne whom McIlhargey had speared.
"I got in a couple, but he covered up pretty well," said McIlhargey.
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Fight at 59:04
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 Harold Snepsts 6'3'' 1215lb 5N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Bobby Smith 6'4'' 1210lb 5N/AN/AN/A
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Nov 1 21:08 ET
Harold Snepsts decisive win Fun 
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There is footage of the final line brawl near the end of the contest. Bobby Smith had a skirmish with Jack McIlhargey a few minutes earlier. The Wolfman got a five minute major and Smith got off scot-free. Dirty Harry caught up with the young promising offensive threat.

Snepsts had Smith bent over. Harold landed a couple of solid blows and an average shot. He landed a solid punch. The clip jumped ahead at this juncture. It appeared that Smith was in a pretty hopeless position of getting fed uppercuts by Dirty Harry. Thus, I rate it a decisive win for Snepsts.
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Anthony19
Aug 22, 2007 17:23 ET
If Smith fought at 54:54, how could he fight here at 59:04?

54:54
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bruinsfan46
Aug 22, 2007 18:20 ET
Well it was a brawl, so potentially he came out of the box but I don't know.Reply
Cairns
Aug 22, 2007 22:04 ET
possibly this should be greg smith based on the penalties marked below by sickboy.Reply
TERRYTOON
Feb 25, 2011 23:40 ET
It was Bobby Smith in a fight with Snepts at 59:04. Bobby Smith did not receive a penalty at 54:54. Mcilhargey got the only fighting major for pounding B. SmithReply
racersno5clackson
Aug 16, 2017 16:47 ET
Once more, Bobby Smith was attacked by a Vancouver player, this time Harold Snepsts. This time Smith fought back, throwing some haymakers of his own. They were both ejected from the game. Canucks' coach Harry Neale was asked if Smith was a target for his players, to which Neale replied that he didn't know why the Vancouver players went after him. "He is larger than life (6-foot-4) and he looks like he can handle himself."Reply


Fight at 59:04
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 Chris Oddleifson 6'1'' 1175lb 25N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Bryan Maxwell 6'2'' 1200lb 25N/AN/AN/A
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7971
Dec 7, 2013 16:11 ET
These two in the clip, drop the gloves, near center ice, sometime after SNESPTS-B. SMITH, are broken up, who fought in the corner.Tx.Reply
racersno5clackson
Aug 16, 2017 16:51 ET
Following the Smith-Snepsts tussle, the teams lined up for the ensuing face-off and Bryan Maxwell of the North Stars went after Chris Oddleifson, "and dealt him a beating that seemed to have more than a little revenge behind it."

Quote from the Star Tribune
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Line Brawl at 59:04
Vancouver PlayersMinnesota Players
Duration N/A  John Grisdale  Glen Hanlon  Chris Oddleifson  Stan Smyl  Harold Snepsts     Bryan Maxwell  Gilles Meloche  Bobby Smith  Greg Smith  Ron Zanussi   
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vsurov2
Feb 4, 2018 02:09 ET
Chris Oddleifson, VAN [Fighting] 19:04
Bryan Maxwell, MIN [Fighting] 19:04
Harold Snepsts, VAN [Fighting] 19:04
Glen Hanlon, VAN [Fighting, Double misconduct] 19:04
John Grisdale, VAN [Fighting, Misconduct] 19:04
Ron Zanussi, MIN [Fighting, Misconduct] 19:04
Greg Smith, MIN [Fighting, Misconduct] 19:04
Gilles Meloche, MIN [Fighting, Misconduct] 19:04
Stan Smyl, VAN [Fighting, Misconduct] 19:04
Bobby Smith, MIN [Interference, Fighting] 19:04
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whlfan
Jun 30, 2018 03:38 ET
From The Vancouver Sun:
An ice pack soothed the throbbing on the bridge of Stan Smyl's ample nose.
"It was just like being back home in Queens Park Arena," groaned the combative rookie of Vancouver Canucks. "Yeah, I think it's busted again."
Then The Steamer, the sturdy right winger who had countless back-alley fights while playing for New Westminster juniors, contributed some honesty to the conflicting post-mortem of what was billed as a hockey game here Wednesday night.
"Yeah," admitted Smyl, revealing his bruised, bloodied nose. "I caught a good one."
Three other Vancouver rookies were actively prominent in a good (?) old-fashioned brawl that predictably exploded with the Canucks trailing MInnesota 7 in the third period.
It was a scene that would have disgusted the hockey purists. IT was not National Hockey League entertainment: it was a scene which happened because referee Ron Wicks lost complete control of the situation.
"I love it! I love it!" Lou Nanne, the general manager of the North Stars, exalted while pounding his fists on the press box counter. While Wicks was unsuccessfully trying to restore order on the ice, Nanne shouted, "we showed them we're not going to back down to anyone when they try to pick on our kid,"
Later, Nanne accused Vancouver coach Harry Neale of precipitating the fracas and denied that his coach, Harry Howell, had sent out ruffian Bryan Maxwell "to get" Vancouver's Chris Oddleifson.
"I'm not going to say our players weren't willing to participate," Neale retorted. "It was a two-sided affair. But who took the first cheap shot? Which goalie came out of his crease first? And it was Maxwell who went after Oddleifson, wasn't it?"
"Tell Lou to shut up and count the house the next time we come in here."
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Later, at 19:04, Smith went at it with Harold Snepsts and, when Wicks failed to get the game under way, it became a brawl.
Maxwell got the better of Oddleifson, who said the Minnesota defenceman heckled him by saying, "I've been sent out here to get you." (Maxwell later denied having said it.)
Smyl then paired off with Greg Smith, Fraser tangled with Al MacAdam, John Grisdale fought Ron Zanussi and Hanlon charged to centre ice for a head-on collision with the other Minnesota goalie, Gilles Meloche.
Fraser was unmarked. But MacAdam was nursing a suspected broken knuckle which landed on Fraser's helmet. "He tagged me a couple of times." grinned MacAdam. "But you can't hurt this face."
Asked if anyone was hurt in the battle of the goaltenders, Hanlon replied, "yes, him." Meloche was sporting a shiner and a bruised hand.

From The Province:
Then Harold Snepsts later took a disliking to Smith and they fought, the latter not having been assessed a penalty for his earlier go with McIlhargey.
Said Smith: "I think Neale wanted to get something out of the game, so he sent those guys out. I have a lot of respect for him as a coach but that's his track record."
Said Snepsts: "He hit Glen from the back, so I went after him."
With Vancouver's tough guys out of the game, Stars' Bryan Maxwell appeared on the ice and goaded Chris Oddleifson, the latter having used his stick liberally. Oddleifson showed bad judgment in dropping his stick.
"Just one good one on the nose is all I got," said Oddleifson when asked if he had suffered another broken jaw.
Then Stan Smyl got tattooed by Greg Smith. His nose was broken.
"It breaks so easily now," he said with a smile, when people suggested he should feel right at home, having played most of his hockey at Queens Park Arena.
Simultaneously, Fraser took on Al MacAdam, a duel which seemed to favor the Minnesota player but interrogation of the combatants revealed otherwise.
"I got hit a few times, but how could you hurt a face like this," said MacAdam who also had a broken finger from hitting Fraser's head.
Finally, helpless referee Ron Wicks was able to get the game going and the grotesque display was ended.
Most absurd was MInnesota general manager Lou Nanne, who, when MacAdam and Greg Smith were getting the upperhand and Bobby Smith was holding his own with Snepsts, ran through the press box screaming: "I love it. I just love it. Those guys try to start something and we're standing up to them. I love it."

B. Smith Min, Snepsts Vcr, Oddleifson Vcr, Bryan Maxwell Min majors, Hanlon Vcr, Meloche Min (minors, majors, misconduct), Smyl Vcr, Zanussi Min, G. Smith Vcr, Grisdale Vcr majors, game misconducts 19:04.
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Durbano
Jul 28, 2018 03:16 ET
Clip of several fights. Courtesy of BCTV which televised the game vancouver. Hopefully someone was recording Beta or vHs?

https://youtu.be/kpg5kKNZ64M
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Fight at 59:04
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 Stan Smyl 5'9'' 3190lb 5N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Greg Smith 6'0'' 3195lb 5N/AN/AN/A
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Nov 1 21:18 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
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Smith was an excellent fighter of the era. He took on Smyl in the contest. This certainly looked like the Steamer as the height differential and the countenance are familiar to hockey fans. This wasn't Brad Gassoff as he was similar in size to Smith and didn't wear a helmet. The news accounts from both cities had it as Smyl against Smith, so it is a safe bet that this was the correct pairing.

Greg missed a blow and landed a solid shot. Smyl missed a couple of punches and lunged in at the bigger man. Stan landed a solid connect, but he ran into a good right cross by Smith. Greg landed a solid blow and the clip jumped forward to another fight.

Reportedly, Smyl had a broken nose. It looks like a Smith win, but I didn't see the end of the contest. Greg landed with some impressive pop and the fight was a good one.
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sickboy12
Jul 17, 2005 20:38 ET
Greg Smith received a major and misconduct and Harold Snepsts got a minor penalty.Reply
racersno5clackson
Feb 17, 2010 07:10 ET
"The Vancouver Canucks and Minnesota North Stars were among the most polite teams in the National Hockey League last season. And that may have been just as well, since they ranked among the three worst at killing penalties.
Well that was last season, if last night's penalty-strewn game was any indication. Referee Ron Wicks assessed 185 minutes in punishment, including 169 in the third period after a brawl.
Even the goalies got involved - Minnesota's Gary Edwards for being third man in one fight early in the third period, then replacement Gilles Meloche and Vancouver's Glen hanlon staged their own punch out at center ice with 56 seconds left in the game.
The North Stars won 7-2 with defenseman Gary Sargent scoring twice and top draft choice Bobby Smith recording his first goal.
When the contest wasn't interrupting all the fighting, Sargent had a poignant, serious thought: "I thought to myself, 'What the heck is the game coming to?'"
He was serious, unlike one North Star overheard saying: "We've got our goon squad in the nets. They're not out front, they're in the (goal) crease."
"I've never seen two goalies go at it at the center of the ice," said Canucks coach Harry Neale, who saw some pretty good brawls in the World Hockey Association as coach of the New England Whalers and the late Minnesota Fighting Saints.
He's seen it now. Meloche and Hanlon duked it out as the players and crowd of 7,621 watched in astonishment.
The game was well out of reach for Vancouver, which trailed by five goals with 56 seconds left when the war broke out, but it would have been interesting if Meloche had been among the six players ejected.
North Stars Ron Zanussi and Greg Smith were canned by Wicks, who also ejected Canucks Jack McIlhargey, Stan Smyl and John Grisdale."

From the Miami News, Oct 19, 1978
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7971
Dec 7, 2013 16:08 ET
The clip I have is GREG SMITH pounding #16 gassoff(bro of the LEGEND), not smyl.Also, gassoff is wearing a helmet, which I thought he never wore.Reply
BattleshipRules
Nov 1 21:04 ET
Even thought the fighter was number 16, I believe it was indeed Smyl. He looked like him and not Gassoff. He was quite a bit smaller than Smith.Reply


Fight at 59:04
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 Curt Fraser 6'0''  201lb 26N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Al MacAdam 6'0''  175lb 26N/AN/AN/A
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TERRYTOON
Feb 26, 2011 00:00 ET
I didn`t see the game but I got the results from vanc and minn writers and players.
3rd per 49:12 Fraser won his fight with Barrett G. Edwards 3rd man in.
3rd per 54:54 McILhargey major ft. pounds Bobby Smith who does not get a penalty.
3rd per 19:04 Line brawl all 12 players get into it.
I have it as Draw with an edge for Hanlon over Meloche.
Snepts and Bobby Smith a draw
Greg Smith with a win over Smyl.
Zanussi with a win over Grisdale
Bryan Maxwell with a win over Oddleifson and the best fight of the game Fraser and MacAdam in a toe to toe swing out. It was called a draw with an edge to Fraser. Fraser and MacAdam didn`t receive penalties at all for their fight.
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Durbano
Feb 7, 2013 17:32 ET
From the video I have of the brawl (highlights only), Zanussi's face was an absolute bloody mess -- even the sportscaster says "Take a look at the face of Ron Zanussi!" So a bit tough to see how he could have won his fight. Perhaps he had another fight during the brawl with someone else.Reply
TERRYTOON
Feb 9, 2013 00:51 ET
That`s the results I got. If you get caught with one punch and you start bleeding and you land nine punches on your opponent but don`t cut him. Do you give the win to the guy who landed the one punch. I don`t unless the one punch stuns, Tko`s, or knocks out the other fighter.Reply
Durbano
Jan 29, 2014 23:14 ET
I agree -- do you have the same video of the event? I have 2 different sets of highlights from that game on a Beta tape. One that I recorded off of an LA feed and another I got from Andy Boemer in a trade. Essentially the same group of highlights although the LA feed was a first generation which really allowed you to see the extent of Zanussi's bloody face.Reply
BattleshipRules
Aug 16, 2017 16:02 ET
Six fights at the same stoppage. I'm guessing it should at least be called a line brawl here.Reply
racersno5clackson
Aug 16, 2017 17:06 ET
There was indeed a line brawl here, but the Smith-Snepsts and Maxwell-Oddleifson fights were not part of it, they happened before the line brawl.

From the Minneapolis Star Tribune: "As they (Maxwell and Oddleifson) were assessed majors, the teams lined up again, and again fighting flared up, this time among all concerned. With everybody on the ice going at it."
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BattleshipRules
Aug 16, 2017 17:19 ET
Thanks for the info.Reply
BattleshipRules
Nov 1 21:35 ET
Too bad this one wasn't included on the highlight tape. Sounded like a good one.Reply


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 John Grisdale 6'0'' 1195lb 15N/AN/AN/AA Lot
 Ron Zanussi 5'11'' 1180lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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Nov 1 21:25 ET
Ron Zanussi decisive win Fun 
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There is some footage on another clip that shows Zanussi with a bloody face. However, the damage must have been done early on. Ron pounded Grisdale, even though it looked like he was mauled by a Grizzly Bear.

The footage shows Zanussi hammering John. Ron landed a solid blow and missed a punch. Zanussi landed a solid blow and he rag-dolled Grisdale to the ice. Then, Ron hammered away on John on the ice surface. Zanussi landed a solid blow and three average punches. The clip ran out with Grisdale in a bad spot.

I rate this as a decisive win for Zanussi. Grisdale must have done some damage early on, but he was beaten into submission. Ron was merciless in his attack and didn't let up with John on the ice. It must have been because Zanussi was seeing red (literally).
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7971
Dec 7, 2013 16:09 ET
In the clip, Zanussi is pounding on the helmetless Grisdale, even when Grisdale falls to the ice.Reply


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 Glen Hanlon 6'0'' 4185lb 15N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Gilles Meloche 5'8'' 4170lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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Nov 1 21:32 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
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Even the goalies decided to go in the line brawl. Hanlon was a feisty goalie who was known for getting into these types of events. Meloche was a terrific underrated goalie who excelled for a series of bad teams in his career. On this occasion the men decided to throw down.

Glen landed an average blow and missed a punch. He landed a decent right hand. Gilles landed an average punch and missed a blow. He landed a light punch and missed a shot. Hanlon got him in a headlock and landed a light body punch. The men wrestled to the ice.

The entire contest wasn't shown on the clip. It appeared to be pretty even. Meloche kept his mask on. Hanlon was without the faceguard.
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Nov 25, 2006 11:04 ET
Glen Hanlon decisive win Fun 
8
Fight filled game.
The first fight I saw Hanlon in and he beat the tar out of the smaller Meloche whoby fights end you were starting to feel bad for, waiting for the refs, or his teammates to save him.
7971
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Dec 5, 2013 18:39 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
7
Saw just a clip of this: Meloche still with his mask on, and is pounding on the now maskless Hanlon.
Meloche slips from exhaustion, and you see hanlon on top, and the clip ends.Not gonna say Meloche won, because i didn't see the whole fight, the Linos weren't near the fight, so maybe Hanlon staged the greatest fight comeback of all time.TX.

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