Fighting skills of Brian McGrattan in the 2005-2006 NHL

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Jul 8, 2015 17:29 ET
88The 2005/2006 season was Brian McGrattan's rookie year in the NHL after establishing himself as one of the best enforcers in the AHL and racking up over one-thousand penalty minutes over three seasons. McGrattan's success fight-wise carried over into the NHL and he was one of the best in the league. McGrattan had a four fight series with Andrew Peters, each took a decision in the first two fights and drew the last one but Peters hurt McGrattan in the third fight, winning decisively. McGrattan also lost narrowly to Jesse Boulerice in a fight McGrattan was getting the better of right until the end when Boulerice took over but McGrattan clearly bested Boulerice in another fight. McGrattan also had a lead in a fight against Derek Boogaard but Boogaard came back at the end and dropped McGrattan with a bomb. McGrattan got the better of Eric Godard through two fights, getting two narrow wins and one draw and also had a clear win and a draw with Colton Orr. McGrattan TKO'd Tie Domi, got the better of Todd Fedoruk in the year's best fight, and edged Wade Belak and Eric Cairns but biggest win McGrattan had was a narrow win over Donald Brashear in a good fight. McGrattan's only other fight was an extremely long battle with Cam Janssen, going over two minutes with both guys landing some punches and ending in a draw.

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