Mar 14, 1959
NY Rangers - Toronto0-5

Summary Of Events
1  49:07  Cheap Shot  Fontinato-Regan
2  49:07  Almost Fight  Hanna-Baun
3  49:07  Almost Fight  Hanna-Armstrong
4  49:19  Cheap Shot  Ciesla-Reaume
5  49:19  Fight  Ciesla-Mahovlich
6  49:19  Brawl   10 players 
7  49:19  Fight  Shack-Reaume
8  49:19  Fight  Shack-Price
9  49:19  Fight  Bownass-Price
10  49:19  Fight  Howell-Harris
11  49:19  Almost Fight  Shack-Reaume
12  49:19  Crowd Trouble   1 player 
13  49:19  Bench-Clearing Brawl   25 players 
14  49:19  Fight  Ingarfield-Pulford

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Duration 2:00
 Lou Fontinato  (Aggressor) 6'1'' 4185lb 45A Bit
 Larry Regan  (Victim) 5'9'' 4140lb 45
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Lou Fontinato was one of the toughest heavyweights in the NHL during his prime. He developed a reputation as a guy that most players wanted to leave alone. "Leaping Louie" had the mentality of a modern enforcer. He was looking to establish a physical presence whenever he played. He was always ready to drop the gloves as he led the Rangers in penalty minutes in each of his six full seasons with the team.

Fontinato was pursuing little Larry Regan. Regan was streaking down the right wing. He lost control of the puck after faking out an opposing player. He put his head down as he tried to locate the puck and regain control. Lou was pursuing him like a runaway freight train.

Fontinato caught up with Regan. He stuck out his stick as he met Larry at the end boards. Lou gave him a hard cross-check to the head. The blow landed with violent force and Larry went down right away. Regan was soon motionless on the ice after absorbing the big hit to the head.

The Maple Leaf players were stunned. A few guys went to check on Regan. One guy bumped Fontinato as Lou fled from the scene of the crime. Fontinato went right to the penalty box as he was called for a five minute major penalty. Players started to mill around in the aftermath of the hit. John Hanna and George Armstrong dropped the gloves and were ready to fight. An official kept the players apart and no punches were thrown.

This was a very dirty hit on the part of Fontinato. He deliberately targeted Regan's head with an illegal cross-check. Larry was out on the ice for quite awhile. He finally revived, but he needed assistance from his teammates in getting off the ice.

Play resumed, but tensions remained high among the players. A fight broke out twelve seconds after the puck was dropped. The situation developed into a full-scale brawl. Maple Leaf fans were furious and a couple of them went after Fontinato. Lou got into it with the crowd before order was finally restored.

Fontinato had always been a volatile player. He was nicknamed "Leaping Louie" for his histrionic protests whenever he was called for a penalty. Lou was a strong man who could fight and deliver big checks (some legal, some outside the rules.) Fontinato took on the toughest guys in the NHL such as Fern Flaman, Jean Beliveau, Eric Nesterenko, and Maurice Richard.

Lou bit off more than he could chew against Gordie Howe. Gordie hammered Fontinato and rearranged his face in one of the most savage fights of the era. Numerous credible eyewitnesses verify that Mr. Hockey brutalized Lou in the February 1, 1959 bout.

Fontinato suffered serious facial injuries, but he came back quickly and resumed his aggressive style of play. The Regan incident happened only six weeks after his beating at the hands of Howe. Lou continued to go after tough players. He had a tendency to go after stars, although they were usually really tough guys like Beliveau, Richard, and Howe. Lou had a stick-swinging battle the following year against Bobby Hull.

Lou's aggressive style of play caught up with him. He suffered a serious neck injury when he threw a check against Vic Hadfield on March 9, 1963. Fontinato was actually paralyzed for a month before he started to recover. Lou never played another game in the NHL, but he was able to make a full recovery.

Fontinato was a tough customer on the ice. He played the game with passion and emotion. He was loved by Rangers fans. He was a popular figure who embraced his bad boy image on the ice. "Leaping Louie" was a one-of-a-kind original.
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 Emotion 
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ShootFace
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Feb 23, 2007 16:48 ET
Fontinato charges like shit at Regan with a huge elbow in the head to the glass. Regan was out for a couple of minutes but eventually got some help off the ice. Fontinato recieved 5 minutes for boarding. Regan went to the dressing room. Emotion 
4
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:24 ET
Leapin' Louie was known for his never-say-die attitude and gung ho style of play, which involved a lot of hitting. Here he just creamed Regan into the boards from behind and Regan was out of it for a couple of minutes. Emotion 
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 John Hanna 5'10'' 1175lb 7N/A
 Bob Baun 5'9'' 1182lb 7
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Duration 0:20
 John Hanna 5'10'' 3175lb 29None
 George Armstrong 6'1'' 3204lb 29
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Feb 23, 2007 16:44 ET
These two drop the sticks and gloves after the elbow, but the refs don't let them get at eachother. Fun 
3
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:24 ET
Armstrong tries to go after Hanna but is effectively stopped by the linesman, and nothing comes out of it. Fun 
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Cheap Shot at 49:19
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 Hank Ciesla  (Victim) 6'2'' 1190lb 5N/A
 Marc Reaume  (Aggressor) 6'1'' 1185lb 5
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Apr 20 09:43 ET
Reaume nailed Ciesla along the boards after Hank secured the puck and was driving out of the Rangers end of the ice. Marc got the elbow up and made contact up high. Ciesla was enraged and wanted to get his assailant. He wound up getting into a battle with Frank Mahovlich. Eddie Shack saw the elbow by Reaume and got into a prolonged skirmish with him.

This was a dirty hit. Lou Fontinato had drilled a Maple Leaf with a dirty hit only moments earlier. The game was getting out of control. Emotions were heated and the brawling began.
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Fight at 49:19
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Duration 0:27ThrownLanded   Big   
 Hank Ciesla 6'2'' 1190lb 15320None
 Frank Mahovlich 6'1'' 1205lb 15320
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Apr 20 18:05 ET
Hank Ciesla narrow win
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by the refs & other players
 Fun 
3
Ciesla was enraged after taking an elbow from Reaume. Hank got tangled with the Big M and the two threw punches. There was a good amount of interference from the refs and other players. Frank missed a blow. Ciesla landed a decent punch and missed a shot. He landed a light blow and missed a punch. He landed an average blow. The refs stopped the fight.

I rate this as a narrow win for Ciesla. It looked to me like Hank landed the best punch of the fight as Mahovlich was being subdued by the officials. This was right before the camera went to Shack having Reaume in a tight headlock.
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Feb 24, 2007 10:51 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by the refs & other players
 Fun 
4
Started off grappling. Some punches thrown before the refs took them down. Too short/non-eventfull to call a win. Will be called unfair do to too much interference from refs and players. There were a few seconds when there was no interference, but still it's unfair.
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:25 ET
Outcome: N/A
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by the refs & other players
 Fun 
3
After Reaumes check on Ciesla it's Mahovlich who engages with Ciesla. Too much interference from players and referees makes it uneventful.
mi44
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Jun 9, 2009 11:41 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by the refs & other players
 Fun 
3
Mahovlich picks a fight here, but the refs interfere to end it before anything exciting happens.
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Apr 20 09:54 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by the refs & other players
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3
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Brawl at 49:19
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Duration 2:00  Jack Bownass  Hank Ciesla  Harry Howell  Eddie Shack     Gerry Ehman  Billy Harris  Frank Mahovlich  Noel Price  Marc Reaume   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: Fair Amount
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Feb 23, 2007 17:39 ET
First things first: This is an 8 because I am basing it on that time period. Everything should be based on the time period.

5 seconds into the next shift after the vicious elbow, Reaume nails Ciesla at the boards. You can tell something was gonna start after this. For no appearent reason, Ciesla grabs Mahovlich and starts to throw punches. The refs are in making sure nothing starts between everyone but they couldn't do much. All the players gather in and grab another guy. Some of the pair-offs were fighting and others were just grabbing on and making sure the other guy doesn't go no where. Shack grabbed Reaume in a NICE headlock and wouldn't let go for like 30 seconds. While this is happening, Mahovlich and Ciesla are dropping bombs on eachother until the refs break them apart. Things are starting to calm down but the headlock is still there. Shack just would NOT let go. Anyone that would try to pull Shack off Reaume got punched (by Shack and some other Rangers). Eventually Shack let go of Reaume after some persuading by the refs, some Leafs and even some Rangers. Reaume has some color (blood) all over his forehead, likely from that sick headlock. He skates towards the bench to get cleaned up, but back in the scrum Price and Shack start lacing eachother with rights until Bownass comes in and drops some rights of his own on Price. Now it turns into Bownass vs Price. Behind these guys, Harris grabs Howell, who turns around and TKOs the piss outta Harris. Bownass and Price are still going at it with the refs in between them, but Shack keeps grabbing at Price's hair. Finally the refs get everyone seperated and everything seems to be ok until Reaume and Shack pair-off once again, but get nothing started as the refs got in and made sure they wouldn't go. Reaume is being grabbed viciously by the refs, but since they are near the Leaf bench, some of the Leaf players on the bench grab the ref so Reaume could get free. The Leaf players on the ice make sure Reaume doesn't cause any more problems though.

Isn't that too bad though because a fan just took a swing at Fontinato which starts a fan vs player fight over the glass of the penalty box. To make matters worse, because of this fan, the Rangers bench clears and soon does the Leafs bench. Now we got a Bench Clearer on our hands...
 Fun 
8
itsJ.Millertime
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Apr 20 10:51 ET
Nice little brawl here with fights all over the ice, players going into the stands, this one had it all. Fun 
7
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Fight at 49:19
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Duration 0:45ThrownLanded   Big   
 Eddie Shack 6'1''  195lb 10420A Bit
 Marc Reaume 6'1''  185lb 10420
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Apr 20 18:17 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
3
Reaume went over to interfere in the Ciesla-Mahovlich fight. Shack grabbed him from behind and threw a right hand at him. From the available footage, it was hard to see if it connected. The cameras went over to cover the Ciesla-Mahovlich bout again. Several seconds later we see Shack with a tight two handed headlock over Marc's head. Eddie maintained the grip for some time. A Toronto player tried to intervene and Shack threw a right hand at him. The blow appeared to miss. Shack kept the wrestling move on until he eventually released Reaume.

I won't render a verdict as I didn't see any actual punches land. It was likely a Shack victory. Reaume was bleeding from the nose. Shack's wrestling skill would have impressed Killer Kowalski and Bruno Sammartino.
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Feb 23, 2007 22:43 ET
Eddie Shack decisive win Fun 
5
This was the greatest thing i've ever seen. They pair off and start to throw punches, BUT THEN, Shack thinks it'll be funny to get Reaume in a crazy headlock. He held this headlock for like a minute with Reaume trying to break loose. NOTHING was gonna break that headlock!!! Nothing!!! He eventually let go though after much comprimisation from the other players.
bradu
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Dec 20, 2008 07:00 ET
Eddie Shack clear win Fun 
5
definitely bizarre. The camera misses the initial exchange between these two, but I have to assume Shack landed some punches because Reaume was leaking pretty good. The headlock shootface mentioned was actually a guillotine choke...Shack had it sunk in pretty good and wouldn't let go.

When he finally let go, Reaume skates away looking a bit woozy. Hard to tell if he was choked almost out, or if he was hurt by punches earlier as I mentioned he was bleeding. They tried to get back at each other to no avail, and then the mayhem in the box starts.
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:27 ET
Eddie Shack clear win Fun 
5
Reaume rams into Ciesla along the boards. Mahovlich then roughs it up with Ciesla. As Reaume tries to get at them, Shack grabs Reaume from behind. Off camera they most likely exchange some punches. As the camera gets back, Shack is getting Reaume in a guillotine choke and then calmly hold him in that position for almost a minute, and it looked tight.
When Shack finally let go, a bleeding Reaume skates away on wobbly skates.
supersonic
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Apr 20 09:55 ET
Eddie Shack clear win Fun 
5
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pens70s80s
Dec 21, 2013 10:09 ET
Found this news article about this brawl (had to convert this from a JPG to a word doc so hope it comes out OK).

Leafs Beat Rangers, 5-0, In Rumpus

The Leafs had the game all wrapped up in the second period but the big blowout came in the third when New York's Lou Fontinato checked Larry Regan of Toronto heavily into the boards in the Ranger end zone.
FONTINATO DASHES FOR BOX SEATS Fontinato was given a five-minute major penalty and several players started scuffling, but referee Frank Udvari and his two linesmen got the combatants parted. Play barely resumed when the Rangers' Hank Ceisla and Mahovlich ran into each other at the Ranger blueline. That was the signal for mayhem and players on both clubs started fighting. Fontinato, apparently upset by the fighting and a heckling fan, made a dash for the box seats. He was being restrained by a policeman and fans when Rangers Bill Gadsby and Jim Bartlett barged through the penalty box door from the ice and went. to help Fontinato. The officials took after them.
Then Marc Reaume of Toronto, and the Rangers' Eddie Shack teed off on each other with their fists. Players from both benches rushed to the ice. Fans tossed programs. Officials fell under grappling players. The Maple Leaf Gardens band struck up as the fans screamed. Officials got things under control in about three minutes. Reaurne skated to the dressing roan with both fists covered with blood. Shack's sweater was ripped of his back. Udvari sorted out things by assessing these penalties: Ciesla a major for fighting, Shack a major for figting and a 10-minute rnisconduct. Mahovlich a major and ; Reaurnc a minor for elbowing, a major for fighting and a 10-minute misconduct. The time was 9:13. The majors and misconducts automatically hit Shack and Reaurne with $25 fines. _
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Fight at 49:19
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Duration 0:04ThrownLanded   Big   
 Eddie Shack 6'1'' 1195lb 10320None
 Noel Price 6'0'' 1185lb 10310
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Feb 23, 2007 22:46 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by other players
 Fun 
3
After Reaume starts skating to the bench for repairs, Price and Shack start goin at it, but only for a few seconds. Price was then jumped by Bownass.
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:28 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by other players
 Fun 
3
As soon as Shack let go of Reaume, Price jumps in and goes after Shack who handle himself well, avoiding the attack by Price as they both throw punches at each other before they get interfered by Bownass who sends Price to the ice.
supersonic
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Apr 20 09:55 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Too much interference by other players
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3
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Fight at 49:19
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Duration 0:15ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jack Bownass 6'1'' 1185lb  110None
 Noel Price 6'0'' 1185lb  110
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Feb 23, 2007 22:54 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Mar 12, 2007
Reason: Jack Bownass jumped Noel Price & too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
4
Unfair do to too much referee interference. They go at it after the rules in the brawl change to "swing at everybody you see".
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:28 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Mar 12, 2007
Reason: Jack Bownass jumped Noel Price & too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
3
After hitting the ice when Bownass interfered during the Shack-Price fight, Price got up and tangled with Bownass, both wrestling with each other.
supersonic
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Apr 20 09:55 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Mar 12, 2007
Reason: Jack Bownass jumped Noel Price & too much interference by the refs
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Apr 18 21:21 ET
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Fight at 49:19
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Duration 0:01ThrownLanded   Big   
 Harry Howell 6'1'' 1195lb 38111None
 Billy Harris 6'0'' 1157lb 38000
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Apr 20 18:31 ET
Harry Howell win by TKO
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Harry Howell suckered Billy Harris
 Fun 
5
Price and Shack were tangling. Harry Howell was on the periphery. Billy Harris grabbed his arm and Harry kind of swung around. He landed a pretty good shot as his momentum propelled him forward. He dumped Harris to the ice. Billy got up and grabbed Howell again.

This was a TKO for Howell. I don't think there was much malice here. Harris grabbed him from the blind side and he kind of flung Howell. The backlash was followed with a punch. The blow was instinctive, but effective. Harris should have engaged Harry in a more careful manner. Tugging Howell vigorously from the blind side wasn't a smart move. Harry was a hard-nosed player, but he rarely fought. This wasn't what you typically saw from him.
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Feb 23, 2007 22:50 ET
Harry Howell win by TKO
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Harry Howell suckered Billy Harris
 Fun 
6
Right after Bownass jumps Price, Harris grabs Howell to make things even but not knowing that Howell would soon give him a huge haymaker right across the face dropping his ass. Fight is unfair because Howell suckered Harris.
EddieShore
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Jan 4, 2009 17:29 ET
Harry Howell win by TKO
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Harry Howell suckered Billy Harris
 Fun 
3
Harris and Howell try to step in as Shack and Price goes at it. Harris is grabbing on to Howell's sweater. Howell turns around and sends an unsuspecting Harris to the ice with a punch.
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Apr 20 09:56 ET
Harry Howell win by TKO
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on Feb 24, 2007
Reason: Harry Howell suckered Billy Harris
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4
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Apr 20 18:32 ET
I believe Howell was the last man to win the Norris Trophy before Bobby Orr. He said that Orr would likely win it for the next ten years. He was close in his prediction as Bobby won eight straight times before knee injuries cut his career short.Reply


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Feb 23, 2007 18:33 ET
They both break away from the refs and get ready for another fight. The refs make damn sure nothing happens and heavily gets in between them. Fun 
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Apr 18 21:21 ET
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Crowd Trouble at 49:19
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Duration 1:00  Lou Fontinato      
# Players Involved: 1
Blood: None
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Feb 23, 2007 17:43 ET
It didn't show the incident as it was focusing on Reaume, but out of no where all the Rangers players come off the bench and start skating towards the penalty box. It turned out that Fontinato was attacking a fan over the glass. The fan most likely took a swing at him as thats what the commentators were hinting. The Ranger players and some other people (security maybe) were holding Fontinato back from beating the fan anymore. While this is happening, there are more fights going on, on the ice.

The fan was escorted out of the arena.
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Bench-Clearing Brawl at 49:19
NY Rangers PlayersToronto Players
Duration 3:00  Jack Bownass  Hank Ciesla  Lou Fontinato  Harry Howell  Eddie Shack     Gerry Ehman  Billy Harris  Frank Mahovlich  Noel Price  Marc Reaume   
# Players Involved: 25
Blood: A Bit
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Feb 24, 2007 10:47 ET
Not the best BCB i've seen but still, it's a BCB because all players came off the benchers (although not too many fights came out of it, most was just grabbing on and roughing). They all (Rangers) meet at the Penalty Box to stop Fontinato from killing the fan. The Leafs take exception to this and pour out all of their guys from the bench and they meet the Rangers at the penalty box area. It starts off with light pushing and grabbing, until Pulford wales on a Ranger player's face, and another brawl starts, but this time, with everyone from both teams. There are very few actual fights in this BCB. Most of the time the camera was following the fan incident so we don't get to see most of the fights anyways. The next few minutes contained a few fights, roughs, cheapshots and most of the stuff you'd expect from the 50s. Fun 
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Fight at 49:19
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 Earl Ingarfield 5'10'' 1165lb 23000None
 Bob Pulford 5'11'' 1188lb 23111
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May 9, 2010 15:16 ET
Bob Pulford win by TKO
Fight called Unfair by ShootFace on May 9, 2010
Reason: Bob Pulford suckered Earl Ingarfield
 Fun 
5
This is the only fight I clearly saw in the brawl because it was all focusing on the fan incident. Ingarfield gets KNOCKED by Pulford!!! They are just grabbing at first, then out of nowhere, BAMMMM, and the Ranger goes down. He gets up but Olmstead grabs him so he doesn't go after Pulford. It looked really uncalled for, but who knows, maybe there was a good explanation for this.
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arktoshorse
May 8, 2010 11:38 ET
The player he fought was #10 Earl Ingarfield. Please update.Reply
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May 9, 2010 00:11 ET
Thanks for the info.Reply
no.7
May 9, 2010 00:12 ET
Quote from message by ShootFace
I have no idea who the Rangers guy was
You may want to update your Unfair call now.
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Apr 18 21:22 ET
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Tools:     Rosters with Jersey Numbers
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Hockey Fights on Saturday, March 14, 1959
NHL standings at the end of play on Saturday, March 14, 1959
NHL 1958-1959 Season Fights
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