Sep 29, 1993
Preseason
San Jose - Los Angeles3-4

Summary Of Events
1  N/A  Fight  Cronin-Potvin
2  N/A  Fight  Colman-Murphy
3  N/A  Fight  Nazarov-Chapman
4  N/A  Mini-Brawl   10 players 
5  N/A  Fight  Sullivan-Potvin
6  N/A  Fight  Nazarov-Rychel
7  35:35  Rough  Odgers-Shuchuk

Fight at N/A
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:09ThrownLanded   Big   
 Shawn Cronin 6'2'' 1220lb 201050None
 Marc Potvin 6'1'' 1200lb 20000
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 zolika
1896 fight reviews
74 fight logs

May 24, 2013 15:43 ET
Shawn Cronin clear win Fun 
4
The Sharks decided to toughen up a bit, they acquired Cronin to help out Odgers and co. In one of his first outings, he takes on Marc Potvin. Not a top notch competition, but Odgers had trouble beating him in the previous season.

The fight is as one-sided as it gets. Cronin instigates it and pretty much does all the throwing. A simple fight to review as Cronin grabs on with his right and throws with the left. After a few helmetshots he hit Potvin on the back of the head before Potvin goes to the ice. He tries to get back up, eats a couple of punches on the back of the head before the refs step in.

Pretty much a hammer job as Potvin was in the receiving end of the punches. Luckily for him Cronin wasn't exactly a good puncher so most of the shots hit the back/shoulder of Potvin. According the announcers Potvin lost 33 pounds during the off-season.

A clear cut decision for Cronin, Potvin looked terrible here.
 BattleshipRules
12623 fight reviews

May 15, 2014 19:51 ET
Shawn Cronin decisive win Fun 
5
Potvin and Cronin had a pretty good rivalry going and they had multiple fights. Shawn missed a punch, landed a decent blow, and missed a few shots. He landed two solid left hands. Marc went down. He was getting to his feet, but Cronin was ready to unload on him as the refs stopped the fight.

I rate this as a decisive win for Cronin. Potvin was in a vulnerable position at the time of the stoppage. The announcers brought up an interesting fact that Potvin had lost over thirty pounds in the off season.
 SarcasticPillow
19528 fight reviews
135 fight logs

Feb 11, 2013 10:52 ET
Shawn Cronin clear win Fun 
3
Shawn Cronin bumps Marc Potvin and then gives him a couple shoves, sparking a fight. They drop the gloves and grab hold of each other and Potvin puts his head immediately while Cronin gets his right hand going. Cronin throws eight rights in a row and lands four to the helmet and then to head of Potvin after the helmet gets knocked off. Potvin goes down to his knees and Cronin is dragged down too. Cronin gets up and throws two lefts, landing one before Potvin gets up as the linesmen intercede. Potvin misses two lefts under the linesmen at Cronin before they are separated. A short, bad, fight and all Cronin. He threw and landed the only punches for the win.
JimMcKenzie
3935 fight reviews

Dec 30, 2005 15:48 ET
Shawn Cronin decisive win Fun 
3
brawler29
1538 fight reviews

Jun 13, 2012 13:23 ET
Shawn Cronin decisive win Fun 
4
Cronin pounded Potvin down with a flurry of lefts.
supersonic
4674 fight reviews

Mar 20, 2017 10:25 ET
Shawn Cronin clear win Fun 
4
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SarcasticPillow
Apr 13, 2012 15:25 ET
The fight.

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Fight at N/A
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:05ThrownLanded   Big   
 Mike Colman 6'3''  218lb 13N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Rob Murphy 6'3''  205lb 13N/AN/AN/A
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 zolika
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May 24, 2013 15:54 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Probably one of the closest fights to a zero rating. Murphy goes to the corner and Colman attacks him from behind. Murphy retaliates and the gloves hit the ice.

As soon as the gloves come off, one of the LA players (probably Potvin) tried to grab Colman. That doesn't happen because Murphy immediately goes to a knee and Colman is on top. He gets Murphy in some kind of a wrestling hold but the refs intervene almost right away. Quick, uneventful fight, a clear draw as no punches were thrown.

This was Colman's last action in the NHL before he tragically dies in a car accident.


Fight at N/A
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:06ThrownLanded   Big   
 Andrei Nazarov 6'5'' 3230lb 243N/AN/AN/A
 Brian Chapman 6'2'' 3206lb 241N/AN/A
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 NameyMD
363 fight reviews

Jun 6, 2012 20:59 ET
Draw Fun 
3
Nazarov rails Chapman to the Kings' end boards with a big, not-too-clean hit and Chapman takes exception to Nazarov's stick in his face immediately dropping the gloves and he grabs Nazarov challenging him to drop his but Nazarov acts nonchalant and before a single punch is thrown another Shark comes gliding in to the rescue pushing Chapman over but right away getting tangled with another King and a scrum breaks out. Meanwhile Nazarov, sans mitts and the jersey come over his head, is now trying to unload on the fallen Chapman but the linesmen are on them and that's it. More of a prelude to a scrum than a proper fight this one, Nazarov's first in the NHL.
 zolika
1896 fight reviews
74 fight logs

May 24, 2013 16:03 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Nazarov is the other guy who makes his "fighting" debut in this game. He checks Chapman behind the net and Chapman doesn't like it. He goes after Nazarov and drops his gloves. Andrei at first ignores him but later drops his gloves as well.

Chapman manhandles the big Russian first to get his attention. But as soon as Andrei's gloves come off, More rushes in and ruins the fun. He briefly grabs Chapman who goes to the ice in the process. Nazarov tries to throw some at Chapman, but he was unable to do anything significant before the refs took him away.

Another nothing fight, another draw.
oldtimegoodtime
9428 fight reviews

Jan 23, 2006 09:44 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Nazarov came up high with his stick on Chapman. Chapman didn't like it so he drops the gloves and grabs Naz.
Chapman ragdollls Nazarov a bit and finally Naz drops his too.
But he hesitated too long because Jay More jumped in as a third-man in this altercation causing a bit off a brawl.
Nothing fight really.
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mikekole
Oct 17, 2007 11:43 ET
I really don't think that's Nazarov with the hit on Chapman. That's Ed Courtenay for San Jose wearing #38. He wore #37, #38, and #39 in his stints with the Sharks.Reply
mikekole
Oct 17, 2007 11:47 ET
Nevermind me. I'm wrong. The Rychel-Nazarov clip makes plain that Naz was wearing #38 for this pre-season game. I'll shut up now.Reply
Vindigidy
Apr 4, 2011 18:58 ET
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Mini-Brawl at N/A
San Jose PlayersLos Angeles Players
Duration 1:00  Jayson More  Andrei Nazarov  Jeff Odgers  Mike Sullivan     Brian Chapman  Marc Potvin  Gary Shuchuk  Tim Watters   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: N/A
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 zolika
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May 24, 2013 16:07 ET
More is the main reason a small melee starts as he is the 3rd man in a fight between Chapman and Nazarov. More is attacked by two LA players before other Sharks players come to his aid. Meanwhile Sullivan and Potvin got into a scrap, but the camera pretty much missed the whole thing. Odgers tries to get in, but he is held by an LA player. More is also close to the action but eventually everything calms down.

Not much really, a lot of emotion with minimum fighting.
 Fun 
2


Fight at N/A
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Mike Sullivan 6'2'' 1185lb 15N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Marc Potvin 6'1'' 1200lb 15N/AN/AN/A
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 zolika
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May 25, 2013 06:36 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
N/A
What more can we say here that the brawl review doesn't include?

Not much really. These two eventually end up fighting and when the camera gets there, Potvin is on top. He grabs the head of Sullivan, throws a weak punch before other players came in. The refs then seperate the two.

N/A as we can't see the whole fight. This was probably another meaningless fight.
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oldtimegoodtime
Jan 23, 2006 09:39 ET
Camera arrived late, Potvin was on top of Sullivan by then.Reply


Fight at N/A
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:05ThrownLanded   Big   
 Andrei Nazarov 6'5'' 5230lb 251N/AN/AN/A
 Warren Rychel 6'0'' 5205lb 250N/AN/A
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 zolika
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May 24, 2013 16:22 ET
Draw Fun 
1
The nemesis of all SJ fighters, Rychel takes another name for his fight card. He drops them with the young Nazarov right after the faceoff.

You could tell Nazarov didn't do much fighting before the NHL as he quickly throws Rychel down on the ice. He doesn't even have his gloves off. When he finally loses them, they are already down with the officials. The fight is basically over before it really started.

There were some fights in this game, but none of them were worth mentioning. It's not a big surprise when you have an inexperienced Russian and a non-fighter in the fight card.

I agree that the penalty should have been a roughing minor.
 oldtimegoodtime
9428 fight reviews

Apr 8, 2007 16:47 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Another useless fight. They line up against eachother at the faceoff and Rychel drops his gloves but got taken down by Nazarov within a second. Nazarov dropped his gloves late, shouldn't have gotten majors. Rychel got tossed for being the instigator.
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Vindigidy
Apr 4, 2011 20:28 ET
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Rough at 35:35
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 Jeff Odgers 6'0'' 1200lb 10N/A
 Gary Shuchuk 5'11'' 1190lb 10
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no.7
Jan 16, 2008 05:03 ET
Use the Update link to put the time in.Reply
zolika
May 24, 2013 16:12 ET
Doesn't these two pair off in the mini-brawl? It is the same event?Reply
Cherokee
May 25, 2013 05:43 ET
It was a separate event. I sent you a clip.Reply
zolika
May 25, 2013 06:16 ET
Thanks a lot, appreciate it very much!Reply

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