Apr 1, 1998
Colorado - Detroit0-2 

Summary Of Events
1  10:41  Fight  Odgers-McCarty
2  38:16  Scrum   10 players 
3  52:49  Brawl   12 players 
4  52:49  Fight  Rychel-Maltby
5  52:49  Fight  Roy-Osgood
6  56:06  Fight  Deadmarsh-Shanahan

Fight at 10:41
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:05ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jeff Odgers 6'0'' 1200lb 15100None
 Darren McCarty 6'1'' 1215lb 15200
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Mar 15, 2018 16:43 ET
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Bodies are banging in a physical shift between the hated rivals from Colorado and Detroit. Several of the players are scrumming for the puck along the boards in front of the Avalanche bench. Massive behemoth defenseman Francois Leroux starts roughing up the much smaller Kris Draper as he pushes at him. Draper's linemate and friend, Darren McCarty comes rushing in to engage Leroux. McCarty pushes Leroux but tough guy Jeff Odgers intervenes on Leroux's behalf. They drop the gloves even with Draper trying to get involved. The two men immediately fall to the ice as Draper lets go and skates away.

They shouldn't have gotten fighting majors here. It was a draw in a garbage fight since they fell to the ice right away.
 SarcasticPillow
21154 fight reviews
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Oct 26, 2009 11:09 ET
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Francois Leroux starts up with Kris Draper so Darren McCarty steps in. Then Jeff Odgers comes in and drops the gloves with McCarty even though Draper is in the middle of it. McCarty misses a left as Odgers misses a right. Odgers then falls down while McCarty misses a left. Draper then skates away and the referees come in. Draw. Very bad fight.
no.7
1291 fight reviews
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Jan 3, 2004 13:30 ET
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The idea was that McCarty would go with Leroux. Then Odgers barges in, throws a punch, McCarty barely has time to drop his gloves before they both drop to the ice.

The fighting majors are a joke. Gregson simply wanted them both off the ice for as long as possible.
mullet
20065 fight reviews

Mar 26, 2005 02:29 ET
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Nothing fight, they fell down right away.
Anthony19
2976 fight reviews

May 16, 2006 20:30 ET
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re
9277 fight reviews

Feb 8, 2007 19:33 ET
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McCarty goes after Leroux but Odgers comes in. McCarty throws two and they go down nothing fight here.
mackblom
2909 fight reviews

Feb 16, 2007 12:33 ET
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CDD
4525 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Oct 15, 2007 14:21 ET
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The teams are fighting along the boards for the puck mainly Leroux and Draper and Leroux is really roughing Draper up. McCarty makes a straight line for Leroux but Odgers sees it and steps in right before McCarty gets to Leroux. Leroux sees it and goes to grab a hold of McCarty but they have there gloves off and he steps away to get away from a third man in, well Draper just sees three people and thinks a scrum is starting and goes and pulls on Odgers as McCarty is starting to throw punches and all 3 tumble to the ice. McCarty landed about 2 punches before Draper dragged them to the ice. The Fox announcer was going nuts saying Draper deserved third man in. Which might have been true but you can't blame Draper for that. Draper thought a scrum was ensuing and wasn't going to back down.
TheDanLine
11353 fight reviews

Dec 14, 2016 18:05 ET
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SarcasticPillow
Oct 21, 2007 17:30 ET
All the fights from the game and the brawl.

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SarcasticPillow
Oct 26, 2009 11:07 ET
The fight.

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Scrum at 38:16
Colorado PlayersDetroit Players
Duration N/A  Tom Fitzgerald  Alexei Gusarov  Keith Jones  Valeri Kamensky  Aaron Miller     Anders Eriksson  Tomas Holmstrom  Slava Kozlov  Martin Lapointe  Igor Larionov   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: N/A
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 WanderingEye
1762 fight reviews
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Nov 22, 2006 14:03 ET
Holmstrom played the puck and Miller smashed into him. The whistle goes for whatever reason and the two players stare each other down, but don't do anything. Then everyone comes over and there's a few light shoves but mainly milling around. Then Jones get in Holmstrom's face and starts yapping, then gives him a shove. They each toss a couple of gloved punches and then the gloves fly, but the linesmen are already in there. Lapointe got Jones in a headlock and eventually wrestled him away. Then Miller grabs Lapointe and they have a chat, and they actually appear to be having a laugh together about something. Then a ref comes over and tells Lapointe his penalty (a B.S. double roughing minor, he barely did anything), and Lapointe becomes visibly upset and starts yelling. Fun 
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WanderingEye
Nov 22, 2006 14:04 ET
Jones, Col (roughing), 18:16
Miller, Col (roughing), 18:16
Holmstrom, Det (roughing), 18:16
M Lapointe, Det (double roughing minor), 18:16

Bad call on Lapointe, all he did was grab Jones in a headlock, I think he got four minutes just because he was the only real "fighter" out of all of it. If anyone should have received double minors, it was Jones and Holmstrom.
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Brawl at 52:49
Colorado PlayersDetroit Players
Duration 2:28  Tom Fitzgerald  Sylvain Lefebvre  Aaron Miller  Jeff Odgers  Patrick Roy  Warren Rychel     Slava Kozlov  Martin Lapointe  Kirk Maltby  Chris Osgood  Bob Rouse  Aaron Ward   
# Players Involved: 12
Blood: Fair Amount
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 SarcasticPillow
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Oct 27, 2009 12:45 ET
A big scrum evolves after the play is dead. Kirk Maltby is targetted by Warren Rychel and Jeff Odgers but everyone else comes in. Martin Lapointe pairs off with Aaron Miller and Tom Fitzgerald and Aaron Ward pair off to the side as well. Kris Draper, Bob Rouse, and Vyacheslav Kozlov come in to help out Maltby while Guillaime Lefebvre comes in with Rychel. Rychel is restrained by Rouse and Odgers is grabbed by an official. Odgers still wants a part in the scrum and grabs Kozlov but cannot do much with the involvement of the official. Things begin to die down but then Lapointe takes Miller to the ice and Ward does the same with his man, Fitzgerald. Then Roy undoes his glove, blocker, and takes off his helmet. He comes into the scrum and tries to help out Fitzgerald and Miller who are being kept down by Lapionte and Ward. Then an officials tries to keep Roy separate and as that is happening, Roy's counterpart, Chris Osgood comes out of the net and wades a little ways from the scrum. Then Roy circumvents the official who was guarding him and Roy goes out to meet Osgood who abandons his equipment. guys engage in what would be a great fight. They were both active and had their moments but Roy was a little better on this day. Osgood got the takedown and stayed on top of Roy until other officials separated the two goalies. By the time the fight was over, most everyone else involved in the scrum is sorted out. Roy raises his hand in the air much to the displeasure of the lively Joe Louis Arena crowd and the brawl ends. A very good brawl but not as good as the first one between these two bitter Western Conference rivals and two of the league's best teams. Fun 
9
Anthony19
2976 fight reviews

Jan 17, 2005 14:12 ET
 Fun 
10
re
9277 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2007 21:19 ET
Not a great brawl only 1-2 fights but the best goalie fight of all time came so it has to get a 7. Fun 
7
itsJ.Millertime
12689 fight reviews

Jan 24, 2016 14:13 ET
Good showing of emotion here, what a rivalry should be. Fun 
8
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Anthony19
Feb 2, 2006 16:17 ET
Miller, COL (misconduct), 12:49
Lefebvre, COL (misconduct), 12:49
Fitzgerald, COL (misconduct), 12:49
Odgers, COL (misconduct), 12:49
Rychel, COL (roughing, fighting major)double misconduct), 12:49
Roy, COL served by Jones (Leaving the crease, fighting major, misconduct, game misconduct), 12:49
Rouse, DET (misconduct), 12:49
Kozlov, DET (misconduct), 12:49
M LaPointe, DET (misconduct), 12:49
Ward, DET (misconduct), 12:49
Maltby, DET (fighting major, misconduct), 12:49
Osgood, DET (Leaving the crease, fighting major, game misconduct), 12:49
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Anthony19
Feb 2, 2006 16:20 ET
218 Total PIMsReply
Anthony19
Feb 2, 2006 16:29 ET
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218 Total PIMs
I ment 218 Total PIMs in the game. 166 PIMs on this Brawl alone.
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SarcasticPillow
Jan 26, 2008 13:12 ET
The brawl.

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inokwaybo
May 8, 2012 05:00 ET
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Fight at 52:49
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration N/AThrownLanded   Big   
 Warren Rychel 6'0''  205lb 11N/AN/AN/AN/A
 Kirk Maltby 6'0''  194lb 11N/AN/AN/A
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 SarcasticPillow
21154 fight reviews
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Apr 20, 2009 19:28 ET
Warren Rychel clear win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 2, 2006
Reason: Warren Rychel suckered Kirk Maltby
 Fun 
3
Warren Rychel spots Kirk Maltby skating by during the mini-brawl and lands two punches that send Maltby to the ice. Bob Rouse and Vyacheslav Kozlov grabbed Rychel and prevented him from going on anymore. All Rychel, but it was unfair.
no.7
1291 fight reviews
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Jan 3, 2004 13:17 ET
Outcome: N/A
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 2, 2006
Reason: Warren Rychel suckered Kirk Maltby
 Fun 
N/A
I wouldn't be surprised if no one has footage of this fight because it happened at the same time as the one between Roy and Osgood.

Smart guys know when to fight and when not to fight. These two clearly aren't very smart. All the punches they have thrown and taken, if any, were a waste. No one cared.
Anthony19
2976 fight reviews

Feb 2, 2006 16:16 ET
Warren Rychel clear win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 2, 2006
Reason: Warren Rychel suckered Kirk Maltby
 Fun 
3
Rychel jumps Maltby from behind and starts wailing away at him.You can't see Maltby during most of the scrum cause he is on the ice. The linesman quickly grabs Rychel who trys to get around him and go after any Wing he can.
re
9277 fight reviews

Jan 2, 2007 21:17 ET
Warren Rychel narrow win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 2, 2006
Reason: Warren Rychel suckered Kirk Maltby
 Fun 
2
Rychel throws a few at Maltby not much.
mullet
20065 fight reviews

Sep 2, 2010 01:17 ET
Outcome: N/A
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 2, 2006
Reason: Warren Rychel suckered Kirk Maltby
 Fun 
1
This was nothing, Rychel wanted Maltby but there was a big pile of players interfering and no real fights happened except the goalie fight of course.


Fight at 52:49
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 1:15ThrownLanded   Big   
 Patrick Roy 6'0'' 2192lb 131542A Bit
 Chris Osgood 5'10'' 2179lb 131431
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Oct 7, 2012 00:06 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
Late in the game, things are getting nasty between the Colorado Avalance and their rivals, the Detroit Red Wings. A massive brawl has started and after a while, Patrick Roy sheds his gear and gets involved in the action. Seeing that Roy has gotten involved, Chris Osgood skates down to the ice. Referee Terry Gregson is holding Roy back but the Colorado netminder is determined to fight Osgood. Roy manages to get past Gregson and goes after Osgood.

Osgood gets rid of his equipment and the two have a brief square off at center ice. They grab on to each other and Osgood misses with an early left. Osgood switches hands and connects with a right hand as Roy lands two rights of his own. Then they each miss two rights before Osgood can connect with one. Roy misses with a right as Osgood lands a left. Osgood's jersey comes off as they each land a right before Roy unloads on Osgood. Roy throws eight right hands, connecting on four with two landing quite well.

They get in tight and Osgood throws three rights, connecting weakly on one. They begin to grapple and Roy falls down to the ice. Roy gets back up as Osgood misses a left before Osgood tumbles down to the ice as well, allowing Roy to throw a right that misses. Osgood gets back up and begins to push Roy towards the Detroit bench before slamming him down to the ice. Roy and Osgood continue to wrestle but Gregson has jumped in, not allowing them to do much. After quite some time, they stand up and Roy raises his arm, probably thinking that he won.

Amazing fight between these two goalies. Patrick Roy was a legandary goaltender who could make some amazing saves but also get involved in the rough stuff. Roy just took off his equipment and joined the brawl. Osgood saw Roy jumping in so he skated out to center ice. It took a while, but Roy was able to get by the referee and away they went. They started off pretty even but Osgood was landing more early on. However, Patrick was able to get his right arm going at one point and he pounded away on Osgood. As the fight was coming to a close, Roy and Osgood were just wrestling and falling down. Osgood was able to slam the bigger Roy down to the ice, allowing Gregson to step in and make sure there was no further action.

Almost a year before this fight, Roy had got into a scrap with Mike Vernon. That brawl started when Darren McCarty jumped Claude Lemieux in response to Lemieux's cheap shot on Kris Draper the year before. Roy lost that battle against Vernon and sustained a nasty gash as a result of it. Roy preformed better in this fight. Both sides claim that their goalie won the fight but in reality, Roy landed better then Osgood and prevailed because of it.

Roy gets the narrow win for landing more and better than Osgood.
 no.7
1291 fight reviews
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Jan 3, 2004 13:31 ET
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This is one of the most famous hockey fights that ever took place.

There is a big-time line brawl along the boards near the benches. At one point, Patrick Roy decides to join the fun. He calmly discards his mask and gloves and skates towards the action. He then starts pulling at one of Detroit's players' jersey. He doesn't do it for long, deciding that it's not entertaining enough. Instead, he spots Osgood at the other end of the ice who is in two minds about whether he should also join in. Roy beckons him to fight. Ref Gregson tries to stop him but finally lets him go. Osgood takes off his mask and the fight takes place right in the middle of the ice.

They don't bother much about defense, struggling more with their gear. Osgood is the first off the mark, landing a long left to the chin, the very first punch thrown in the fight. Roy then starts responding with right-handed haymakers but keeps missing for a while. He then expertly jerseys Osgood with his left hand and gets in a good right to the shirted head. He then misses with a couple of punches which gives Osgood time to get the jersey over his head.

They then start going toe-to-toe with their right hand. Osgood connects with a good punch right on the button while Roy lands a big one to the left cheek of Osgood and then connects with his next right. He continues throwing big punches but misses with almost all of them. At the same time Osgood starts pushing him towards the benches and off balance. Roy drops to his knees once, gets back up but Osgood goes on pushing until they get to the Detroit bench where they fall to the ice, Osgood on top.

The rest of the fight is meaningless wrestling on the ice, with Gregson on top. While it's going on, Detroit players keep yapping at Roy and even coach Bowman joins in, yapping at Gregson. It continues until the linesmen arrive and take Osgood off Roy.

Roy ends up slightly up on the punch count but I give it a draw because I think it's not enough for a win. It's a close call though.

If this were a fight between skaters, it wouldn't even be a classic. But for a goalie fight, this is one of the best that ever took place. Take into account the history between the two teams and it really doesn't get any more exciting than this in the game of hockey.
 SarcasticPillow
21154 fight reviews
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Oct 26, 2009 11:30 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
The previous year the rivalry between Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings exploded in a huge brawl which saw a great goalie fight take place between two stars, Patrick Roy and Mike Vernon. Vernon got the decision in that fight. In this game, with less than ten minutes to go, every player on the ice gets involved by the boards in a skirmish. Roy takes off his helmet, blocker, and trapper and joins in. Chris Osgood comes out of his net and approaches but stays back a ways. Roy notices and wants to go at Osgood but a referees keeps Roy back, only for a time though. Roy gets past and squares off with Osgood who loses his mask and gloves. They grab onto each other and Osgood lands a left. Osgood misses a right and Roy throws two rights with one that connects. Osgood responds with a missing right and his sweater comes up over his head. Roy throws two rights and lands one then Osgood's sweater comes off. Osgood throws two rights and connects with one. Osgood then lands a left and misses a left as Roy misses a right. Roy then throws nine rights and lands six while Osgood throws three rights and lands one. Osgood then throws three rights, connecting with one and Roy misses a left. Roy falls to his knees but gets up. Then Osgood falls and gets up and Roy misses a right. Osgood then drives Roy into the bench boards and to the ice. A linesman gets in between them and stops the fight. A great scrap in a great rivalry. Roy was more active and landed more.
mullet
20065 fight reviews

Mar 26, 2005 02:30 ET
Patrick Roy clear win Fun 
10
Billiam
550 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2005 13:41 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
I remember watching this game on ESPN. It was so exciting watching Roy challenge Osgood... i got a little too excited, you could say. My pop came in and basically told me to shut up. He was trying to sleep and I was just going nuts... now that i'm older i have to say it was just stupid and pointless..... fun to watch but rather silly.

Couple days later i read in the paper that Osgood had a welt above his eye.
ShootFace
1685 fight reviews
1 fight log

Feb 1, 2006 14:57 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
re
9277 fight reviews

May 14, 2006 16:45 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Great Goalie fight Roy the better.
gooftick
663 fight reviews

May 26, 2006 22:50 ET
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10
These two square off and unload on eachother.
14shanahan14
440 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2006 22:04 ET
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10
It doesnt help when the announcer is the biggest god damn homer of Colorado in the history of any sports organization. 75% of the "another right by Roy" punches didnt even land. Given the size advantage too, Ozzie didnt do bad.
goleafsgo987
886 fight reviews

Oct 11, 2006 19:22 ET
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10
hockeyfreak14
11 fight reviews

Jan 8, 2007 18:32 ET
Draw Fun 
10
Osgood redeems himself with the takedown at the end.
CDD
4525 fight reviews
4 fight logs

Feb 11, 2007 15:23 ET
Draw Fun 
10
ethanducksfan
448 fight reviews

Feb 13, 2007 04:30 ET
Patrick Roy clear win Fun 
10
roy lands all the punches in this bout
Owned33
434 fight reviews
1 fight log

Mar 29, 2007 11:19 ET
Draw Fun 
10
I loved when the fans where yelling Ozzy! Ozzy! even tho he lost.
lecavalier-averyfan
29 fight reviews

May 1, 2007 08:01 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
A brawl erupts and Roy decides to join in on the fun, he starts pulling at a players jersey but finds something better to do. He gets rid of his glove, blocker and mask and skates over to Detroit goalie Chris Osgood. Patrick keeps throwing rights but when commentator Rick Generette keeps saying his famous "another right by Roy" he actually missed 3 quarters of those punches, at the end Osgood bullrushes Roy into the boards and they both fall down (Osgood on top)
wingnut3000
19 fight reviews

Dec 1, 2007 12:29 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
I was being a stupid homer in my previous review. Roy landed most of the punches in this fight. The only real thing that Osgood had going for him was the take down at the end making it a narrow win for Roy, and not a clear or decicive
Greaseball
34 fight reviews

Jan 27, 2008 20:24 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
pretty great stuff here. roy lands a lot of punches but chris gets the takedown.
OAKIES2513
1319 fight reviews

Feb 15, 2010 01:16 ET
Draw Fun 
10
WOW!!! What a fight! OZZY did a great job for going up against an experienced goalie fighter. It was classic how the fight was started at center ice. Now, I can see how some people can think that this a win for Roy. Roy was throwing bombs, but if you really look, you can see that the "bombs" did not land. Mid-way through the fight, when Roy threw those four huge rights, I watched a video in slow-mo. I only saw one punch connect. All of the others hit Osgood's shoulder pads. I didn't know that Ozzy was so strong when he got the takedown on Roy.

DRAW. Find a video and watch it slowly. You will see that both goalies landed the same number of punches.
uppercut24
638 fight reviews

Feb 26, 2013 00:27 ET
Patrick Roy clear win Fun 
10
Doesn't get any better than this, best goalie ever to play the game in a fight vs their rival. Patrick Roy with the clear win, Osgood didn't land any shots and Roy landed a few.
Killahpunk
2387 fight reviews

May 4, 2013 11:53 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
Another great goalie fight from Roy. This time he takes on the smaller Osgood. Patrick throws and lands more but Chris gives a spirited effort and does a good job against Roy.
itsJ.Millertime
12689 fight reviews

Jan 24, 2016 14:19 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
Roy lands slightly more to get the win.
TheDanLine
11353 fight reviews

Sep 4, 2017 10:25 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
supersonic
7726 fight reviews

Sep 4, 2017 11:27 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
10
Murray3
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Dec 12, 2017 16:58 ET
Patrick Roy narrow win Fun 
9
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Jun 6, 2007 11:51 ET
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Fight at 56:06
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:20ThrownLanded   Big   
 Adam Deadmarsh 6'0'' 3205lb 151053None
 Brendan Shanahan 6'3'' 3220lb 15400
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Mar 21, 2016 16:28 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
This game has been another chapter in the historic Red Wings-Avalanche rivalry as there have been multiple fights including another goalie fight for Patrick Roy, this time against Chris Osgood. Now the last battle of the evening takes place, between power forwards Adam Deadmarsh and Brendan Shanahan. They go at it during a Power Play. Deadmarsh is the aggressor and challenges Shanahan. Shanahan doesn't appear too eager to fight but he should have been more prepared against the rival Colorado. As it were, Shanahan was not and pays for it in the fight.

Deadmarsh tags Shanahan with a big left right off the bat. This puts Shanny in trouble as Deadmarsh gets the left going. Deadmarsh lands five lefts on Shanahan who stumbles but gets back up. Shanahan tries to respond with a punch or two but they are ineffective. Shanahan gets up helmetless and takes two more lefts from Deadmarsh. He has had enough of the fight and just puts the clench on Deadmarsh, wrestling him toward the boards. Deadmarsh lands one more left before they wrestle and are separated.

Great job by Deadmarsh here. He surprised Shanahan with the left and never gave him a chance to get going. Deadmarsh landed all of the punches in the fight, earning the clear win.
 no.7
1291 fight reviews
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Jan 3, 2004 13:30 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
Right away, Deadmarsh lands a good long left to the chin which puts Shanahan in trouble. From this moment on, Deadmarsh keeps the initialtive while Shanahan never gets going, managing just a few feeble punches. Deadmarsh lands a very good left across the face which takes off Shanahan's helmet and drops him to his knees and then another good left hook to the chin as he is getting up.

Shanahan does well to avoid a heavier defeat.
 SarcasticPillow
21154 fight reviews
162 fight logs

Jul 6, 2009 11:58 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
Adam Deadmarsh and Brendan Shanahan go at it, two tough, good, power forwards. Deadmarsh opens up with the left and throws eight of them, landing four with one connecting nicely on Shanahan. Shanahan stays idle at first and then tries to counter with two rights but they both miss. Shanahan then loses his helmet and falls down but gets up. Shanahan gets in tight and wrestles with Deadmarsh. Deadmarsh misses a left while they're wrestling and then the referees break it up. Clear win Deadmarsh in an average tilt.
 BattleshipRules
13326 fight reviews

Jan 12, 2015 16:48 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
Deadmarsh and Shanahan decided to go. Brendan missed a punch and landed a decent blow. He missed a shot and landed a decent punch. Adam landed a solid blow and two decent lefts. He missed two punches, landed a solid blow, and landed an average shot. The men began to wrestle. Deadmarsh missed a couple of punches. The refs stopped the fight.

I rate this as a clear win for Deadmarsh. He landed with solid pop and had control of the fight throughout.
drwdan19
1256 fight reviews

Jan 10, 2006 18:46 ET
Adam Deadmarsh decisive win Fun 
5
It didn't look like Shanahan wanted to fight, but you can't lay back with Deadmarsh. He peppered Shanny with lefts and won this fight.
Anthony19
2976 fight reviews

Jun 16, 2006 18:54 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
KolMartin229
296 fight reviews

Aug 24, 2006 15:52 ET
Adam Deadmarsh decisive win Fun 
6
Shanahan doesn't even land anything on Deadmarsh.
lecavalier-averyfan
29 fight reviews

Apr 27, 2007 15:17 ET
Adam Deadmarsh decisive win Fun 
7
re
9277 fight reviews

Apr 27, 2007 17:28 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
7
They grabble and Deadmarsh starts throwing bombs. Deadmarsh drops Shanny Shanny gets up and takes a few more before he ties up Deadmarsh and the linesmen comes in.
mullet
20065 fight reviews

Dec 19, 2008 11:30 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
Deadmarsh hammers Shanahan with a few pretty good lefts. Big win Deadmarsh
Killahpunk
2387 fight reviews

May 4, 2013 11:56 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
6
Deadmarsh overwhelms Shanny with a series of left hands, with about 4 of them landing. Shanny can't get anything going and Deadmarsh throws a couple more lefts with maybe one landing. Win Deadmarsh.
itsJ.Millertime
12689 fight reviews

Jan 24, 2016 14:21 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
6
All Deadmarsh here as he lands the only blows of the fight.
TheDanLine
11353 fight reviews

Sep 2, 2016 11:59 ET
Adam Deadmarsh clear win Fun 
5
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KolMartin229
Apr 27, 2007 15:07 ET
"New york obviously needs an enforcer if guys like Brendan shanahan are gonna fight and get beat like this"

WTF, this fight happened like 9 years ago when Shanny played for the Wings.
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Owned33
Apr 27, 2007 15:11 ET
hahaha omg wow..Reply
Owned33
Apr 27, 2007 15:13 ET
Brendan Shananan was with the Red Wings then, and that wouldn't be possible with the Rangers either seeing as Deadmarsh is now retired.Reply
Owned33
Apr 27, 2007 15:14 ET
And New York does have an enforcer they have Colton Orr and Ryan Hollweg (not really an enforcer)Reply
lecavalier-averyfan
Apr 27, 2007 15:19 ET
nmv wrong fight lol wow that was a bad review but no.7 will u pull it please...saw this when i looked up shanhan and i thought i saw the video but i obviously didntReply
SarcasticPillow
Jan 26, 2008 13:10 ET
The fight.

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SarcasticPillow
Oct 26, 2009 11:13 ET
The Detroit Red Wings' feed of the fight.

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TheDanLine
Sep 4, 2017 11:10 ET
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