Nov 20, 2016
Los Angeles - Anaheim3-2

Summary Of Events
1  13:10  Fight  Nolan-Boll
2  59:42  Collision    

Predicted by  NameyMD
Fight at 13:10
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:46ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jordan Nolan 6'3'' 1221lb 71482Fair Amount
 Jared Boll 6'2'' 1214lb 7961
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 DatCraftyGekko
36 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 20:39 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
I really like how Jared Boll has been consistently one of the league's most active fighters. Boll is listed as a light-heavyweight on this site, but I'd be willing to argue that his fearless persona earns him a heavyweight title. In the past four seasons, for example, Boll has fought three of the league's premier heavyweights in Anthony Peluso, Ryan Reaves, and Luke Gazdic--he beat Reaves in a narrow affair and tied Gazdic in another.

In fact who hasn't Jared Boll NOT fought is the better question? Since his first preseason scrap when he was 19 years old, Boll has been involved in 187 fighting majors over the course of twelve years. From 2007-2012, Boll's first five full seasons, he fought an alarming 129 times, an average clip of about 26 scraps a year. His rookie year saw him drop the mitts 33 times, and he fought everyone imaginable from light and middleweights like Scott Nichol and Dan Carcillo, to heavyweights like Eric Boulton, Milan Lucic, Darcy Hordichuk, Doug Murray, and Cam Janssen--keep in mind, that's just his rookie year, the rest of the span he dropped the gloves with feared scrappers like Eric Godard, George Parros, Raitis Ivanans, Donald Brashear, Jody Shelley, Derek Boogaard, Brian McGrattan, Kevin Westgarth, Frazer McLaren, and Shawn Thornton, and that's just SOME of the heavyweights.

Boll's record as a fighter is nothing impressive in the NHL. He sits at 62-60-57 for his career, however he is 17-4-12 the past three seasons. Despite an improving record, Boll has sacrificed his willingness to open up and chuck knuckles with others; since the 2010-2011 season, Boll had one season where he finished over 5.0 on the fun rating--his career mark of 4.9 has fell victim to his less than stellar bouts. In his first five seasons Boll had 21 fights that were 6.5 or higher--he's had numerous high 5s and low 6s between those as well--since the end of the 2012 season, Boll has had only 4, one of them being this scrap.

No doubt age and mileage may be the reason for Boll taking a more protective stance. He has incredible stamina and durability. Although rarely engaging in toe-to-toe exchanges, Boll frequently throws big, looping, right handed haymakers whilst usually receiving one in kind, and only once has he been dropped--a TKO loss to Darcy Hordichuk, which was more of a knockdown than a player being wobbled. Boll has ranked in the top 10 in fighting majors every season since his first except for the 2013-2014 season in which he was injured. He has led the league once in fight majors and is currently leading the NHL this year. No player in this span is comparable to Boll's thirst to engage.

This is kind of a special fight. Boll has been on a tear the past couple years. Last year saw his highest fun rating since 2011-2012. He's pushed his winning record above .500 and has an argument as one of the perennial fighters in the NHL the past four years. Although certainly not the best scrapper or tactician, Boll's tenacity, strong chin, and durability have earned him high marks in the NHL community. He has, in the past, been a productive offensive threat with mediocre defensive skills--perhaps more of a result of playing for Columbus for most of career until this season. Boll may be drinking from the fountain of youth, or maybe he doesn't need it, but he opens up and trades with a heavy and stronger opponent in this one.

Nolan, who hasn't had a 10+ fight season since 2013-2014--his only year eclipsing that mark--engages with Boll right in front of the Duck's net. Boll seems to be initiating the fight as he bumps Nolan, who drops the gloves and turns around latches on.

They grapple as the linesman blow the play dead. They hug for a minute adjusting their grips until they separate. Nolan tries with an overhand right that comes up short, he pumps a right cross that catches Boll across the top of his helmet. He tries a third and Boll dodges it--the early portion of this fight looks eerily similar to the motions of the hockey players in a NHL video game.

Nolan feigns a couple punches until coming with a hard right clips Boll. Jared returns fire with a heavy right hand--the same wrist taped right he's used his whole career--and connects full bore that Nolan needs a second to keep his balance.

They tug at each other's elbows as the officials finish clearing the other players and the goal away from the scrap. Boll gets his right free and lands a heavier right hand that knocks Nolan's weight forward, almost doubling him over. Nolan hangs tough, as Boll tries an uppercut. He avoids an off balanced right cross as both men ease up and set themselves again in the goalie's crease.

Nolan tries an overhand right that misses. He latches on to Boll's shoulder and begins jabbing him with his right forearm. Boll goes to his left and flails wildly at Nolan, who is doubled over and shielding himself from Boll's onslaught. He's in a bad position, but his reach and strength keep the determined Jared at bay from landing anything damaging.

Boll throws three wild uppercuts, the first one landing, the next two missing as he latches on to Nolan's left shoulder trying to stabilize himself. They tango behind the goalie's crease and begin careening toward the boards. Nolan loads up a left hand and lands a fucking cinderblock shot across Boll's head, most of his face absorbing the blow.

Boll and Nolan throw simultaneous punches. Nolan's left sneaks in before Boll's right hand. Boll doesn't fire a second salvo; he puts his right hand up to shield himself from Nolan's next overhand left that catches him. Nolan begins throwing looping, sloppy left hooks, one of which catching Boll and shaking his balance.

Boll, in the process of shielding himself, begins slipping and losing his balance. Nolan hits him with a left as Boll loses his balance and falls on his ass. Nolan comes with another left hand that misses and catches Boll in the body. The crowd is amped and their teammates tap their sticks in appreciation. Nolan gets us with a deep gash under his left eye.

This is a narrow win for Jordan Nolan as he finished strong and overwhelmed Boll. This is still a good fight for the veteran Boll, who opens up in this one and lands a few beauties, one of which cutting Nolan, as well as taking a few heavy shots of his own. Guys like Jared Boll are a dying breed, and while we still have fighting around in the league, we should feel lucky to be watching one of the last surviving enforcers swing away and have fun.
 SarcasticPillow
19284 fight reviews
133 fight logs

Nov 26, 2016 08:51 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Jared Boll wants a fight with Jordan Nolan because Nolan went after Ryan Getzlaf (leading to a brawl) near the end of the last game these intrastate rivals played. Nolan is ready for Boll and gets the gloves off fast to pull Boll in close. Boll loses the gloves too and is able to stand back from Nolan and then adjust the helmet. Nolan too pulls his helmet and visor down and then throws four straight rights, landing two. Boll throws four rights back and lands two of his own but Nolan counters with a landing right and then jersey jabs with the right while getting turned around. Boll throws five rights and lands two while Nolan leans away and switches hands. Nolan then lands a left before landing a left as Boll misses a right. Boll gets turned around and off balance then while Nolan throws four last lefts, landing three that force Boll to the ice. The linesmen get in there fast and break them apart there. A good fight with some punches landed by each but Nolan gets the definitive edge here.
FrAn6
3443 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 21:49 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
bensweeney
155 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 21:51 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Operation-Ivy
267 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 21:55 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
6
not a TKO... those last two punches didn't land.
supersonic
4189 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 21:56 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
6
Looked like Boll had the advantage until Nolan started unloading lefts on him, at first look looked like a TKO to me but upon looking again narrow win for Nolan.
Habsfan18
903 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 21:57 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Alright so this one is kinda tough to call. Boll clearly had the avantage throughout most of the fight and Nolan came back near the end with a bunch of wild lefts which, on my first and only viewing, seem to be the reason why Boll fell down on the ice. This bout took a while to get going but when they decided to trade it was a dandy.
BostonBruin8
2528 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 22:24 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
FightingMan
248 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 22:38 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Back and forth tilt but he is finished by a punch, can't tell if TKO or not but a damn good fight with a lot of skillful moves
LoKoL
1174 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 22:58 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
8
TheDanLine
9763 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 23:10 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Animal
1589 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 23:25 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
itsJ.Millertime
10066 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 23:32 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
6
Decent fight, some nice back and forth exchanges with both landing some, close fight till Nolan closes strong to earn the win.
steezyjeeves
1252 fight reviews

Nov 20, 2016 23:37 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
6
Nuerac8
3240 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 00:13 ET
Draw Fun 
6
Boll started off really good really slowly; controlling well the fight and landing 2 nice bombs, one of them bloodying Nolan. But Nolan controlled the fight better towards the end with some good lefts, putting Boll in a bad spot. I give this fight a draw because even though Nolan ended up on top, Boll landed better in my opinion; this evens things up.
swc95
136 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 00:19 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Murray3
5378 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 02:25 ET
Draw Fun 
6
GoonLeague
1781 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 02:49 ET
Draw Fun 
6
terrry
1259 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 05:23 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
8
Kamppula
561 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 06:20 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Oneill.the.Giant
10968 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 07:05 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Rango38
1533 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 07:11 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Very nice fight here between these two heavyweights. This tilt took awhile to develop, as they spent a lot of time feeling each other out. Once they started throwing punches, Boll had the early edge, landing several nice shots. Nolan then switched hands, which enabled him to land a few solid shots on Boll, which eventually caused Jared to go down. Give Nolan the edge in this very entertaining battle.
tampa22
2001 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 12:21 ET
Draw Fun 
6
CrazyPsycho
1120 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 14:16 ET
Draw Fun 
7
Giving it a draw for that massive punch that busted Nolan open. Nolan missed most of the punches at the end as Boll lost balance. Good scrap.
br8e700
932 fight reviews

Nov 21, 2016 19:21 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Puck101
677 fight reviews

Nov 25, 2016 10:25 ET
Draw Fun 
7
supersayanbroly
1035 fight reviews

Nov 26, 2016 08:40 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
activate99
340 fight reviews

Mar 5 12:03 ET
Jordan Nolan narrow win Fun 
7
Messages
MakralandBlueberries
Nov 20, 2016 20:55 ET
Damn, when I saw Boll vs. Nolan TKO, I thought for sure Nolan was going to be TKOd. But no, it was Boll. Good work by the kid.Reply
Dropthegloves55
Nov 20, 2016 21:10 ET
Wow 2 tko's back to back nights geat weekend!Reply
supersonic
Nov 20, 2016 21:13 ET
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Nuerac8
Nov 20, 2016 21:34 ET
Nice combination by Nolan at the end that clearly puts Boll in a bad spot. Boll lost his balance and finally fell when a punch by Nolan missed when he was going down. Clearly not a TKO in my opinion, and not even close.Reply
FrAn6
Nov 20, 2016 21:52 ET
I agree with you. This is more an imbalance move by Boll.Reply
supersonic
Nov 20, 2016 21:55 ET
I changed my review, i watched the fight as soon as i got up from sleeping looked like a TKo at first but clearly not.Reply
SamuraiLincoln
Nov 20, 2016 23:34 ET
Nolan better send a Christmas gift to his visor...it saved his life.Reply
kmyeakel
Nov 20, 2016 23:49 ET
Boll's 3rd fight against the kings this season. He fought clifford twice in the Ducks 4-0 win on november 1st (both fights in the 1st period) before the brawl in the 3rd.Reply
TheDanLine
Nov 20, 2016 23:56 ET
You picked the wrong guy.Reply


Collision at 59:42
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