Fighting skills of Brian McGrattan in the 2013-2014 NHL

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Jul 8, 2015 17:33 ET
98This was Brian McGrattan's best year in the NHL, he played in more games, scored more goals and points, and was a regular for the Calgary Flames under Head Coach, Bob Hartley. McGrattan was also obviously the best fighter in the league, he a had a very good fight card and didn't lose a single fight, winning many in clear fashion. McGrattan had a decisive win over Frazer McLaren, clear wins over Krys Barch, Dylan McIlrath, and Tom Sestito twice. McGrattan pummeled Brandon Bollig and cut him open, dropped Deryk Engelland in a short fight, pounded on defensive defenseman, Bryan Allen, and scored a narrow win over Luke Gazdic, a rookie but one of the best fighters in the league after McGrattan. The only other fight and non-win McGrattan had this year was a draw with Patrick Bordeleau in a great fight.

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