Feb 9, 2011
Montreal - Boston6-8

Summary Of Events
1  20:00  Scrum   10 players 
2  32:36  Scrum   12 players 
3  32:36  Rough  Pacioretty-Chara
4  32:36  Fight  Price-Thomas
5  40:51  Hit  Wisniewski-Chara
6  46:04  Hit  Gionta-Kampfer
7  57:06  Mini-Brawl   10 players 
8  57:06  Fight  Pouliot-Krejci
9  59:19  Line Brawl   10 players 
10  59:19  Fight  Moen-Ference
11  59:19  Fight  Hamrlik-Thornton
12  59:19  Fight  Spacek-Boychuk
13  59:19  Fight  Pyatt-Campbell
14  59:35  Fight  Pacioretty-McQuaid

Scrum at 20:00
Montreal PlayersBoston Players
Duration 0:30  Hal Gill  Jeff Halpern  Carey Price  Tom Pyatt  P.K. Subban     Patrice Bergeron  Zdeno Chara  Steve Kampfer  Milan Lucic  Mark Recchi   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: None
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Feb 9, 2011 19:16 ET
After Carey Price makes a couple saves he is decked into the net by Milan Lucic. Everyone gathers in, P.K. Subban and Hal Gill go in and take down Lucic. The officials get in to keep the peace in the crowd and Lucic is allowed to get back up and jaws with Price. Lucic then glove punches Price and Subban goes back at Lucic but the officials keep them apart. The rest of the crowd soon disperses and the first period comes to a close. Fun 
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kmyeakel
Oct 5, 2011 21:21 ET
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Scrum at 32:36
Montreal PlayersBoston Players
Duration 1:28  Brian Gionta  Roman Hamrlik  Max Pacioretty  Tomas Plekanec  Carey Price  James Wisniewski     Patrice Bergeron  Zdeno Chara  Steve Kampfer  Brad Marchand  Mark Recchi  Tim Thomas   
# Players Involved: 12
Blood: None
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Feb 10, 2011 14:00 ET
The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens trade fast goals in a short span and raising the energy in what has already been a somewhat chippy game. A late hit on an icing call by Brad Marchand on James Wisniewski creates a big scrum in the corner. Brian Gionta tries to go after Marchand but misses and smalls head-first into the boards. Marchand goes at Gionta then but everyone else jumps in, including Wisniewski, who grabs Marchand from behind and goalie Carey Price. Max Pacioretty then goes after Steven Kampfer but Zdeno Chara gets in there to protect Kampfer. While the referees focus on breaking up Marchand and Gionta, Roman Hamrlik steps in to try and corral the much bigger Chara and all four players end up wrestling down in a heap. The referees then get over there to break it up all up as Gionta and Marchand exchange words with a referee between them. The scrum is settled down when all of a sudden Tim Thomas charges out of his net and meets with Price. A referee is guarding the two but decides to let them go as they begin to take off their equipment. There's a short and quite poor fight between them and they let in end as Thomas falls down before it gets going. A good, big scrum between two rival teams. Fun 
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grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 17:39 ET
The bruins have six players in the box right now. Just like the good old days. standing room only!Reply
kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 17:46 ET
Quote from message by grifter077
The bruins have six players in the box right now. Just like the good old days. standing room only!
yep, just like the good ole days
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grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 17:54 ET
Its too bad Montreal is stacked with pussies...we would actually see some fights in this game. They are targeting Subban constantly. Montreal is almost as bad as Detroit with their homo roster.Reply
kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 17:54 ET
12:36 Montreal roughing - 2 min B. Gionta drawn by M. Recchi
12:36 Montreal roughing - 2 min B. Gionta drawn by M. Recchi
12:36 Montreal roughing - 2 min J. Wisniewski drawn by M. Recchi
12:36 Montreal roughing - 2 min M. Pacioretty drawn by B. Marchand
12:36 Montreal goalie leaving crease - 2 min C. Price drawn by T. Thomas
12:36 Montreal fighting - 5 min C. Price drawn by T. Thomas
12:36 Boston roughing - 2 min M. Recchi drawn by B. Gionta
12:36 Boston charging - 2 min B. Marchand drawn by B. Gionta
12:36 Boston fighting - 5 min T. Thomas drawn by C. Price
12:36 Boston roughing - 2 min B. Marchand drawn by B. Gionta
12:36 Boston roughing - 2 min Z. Chara drawn by B. Gionta
12:36 Boston roughing - 2 min S. Kampfer drawn by B. Gionta
12:36 Boston goalie leaving crease - 2 min T. Thomas drawn by C. Price
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michiann
Feb 9, 2011 18:14 ET
Quote from message by grifter077
Its too bad Montreal is stacked with pussies...we would actually see some fights in this game. They are targeting Subban constantly. Montreal is almost as bad as Detroit with their homo roster.
LOL
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Habsfan18
Feb 9, 2011 18:21 ET
You're right about the fact that most of our players are pussies. But don't even compare Montreal to Detroit please...Reply
Owned33
Feb 9, 2011 19:27 ET
I don't understand why people call Detroit players pussies, it's called discipline & you use that to win games. Fuckin' goons.Reply
Hardattack
Feb 9, 2011 19:38 ET
Quote from message by Owned33
I don't understand why people call Detroit players pussies, it's called discipline & you use that to win games. Fuckin' goons.
do you want to know why we all say that Detroit is full of a bunch of Pussies? 8 fighting majors as a team in 54 games. if that does not scream PUSSIES I don't know what would
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amadio737
Feb 9, 2011 21:00 ET
hey now we got abdelakder aha... seriosuly tho they need to call up downey and greg amadio.. btw this is not greg amadio but i imagin theres some relation down the llineReply
tampa22
Feb 10, 2011 09:18 ET
Not only pussies, softies too and euros who wear visors. We are not here to talk about discipline, we love fights and watch the Red Wings is like watching a team of girls and is the GM fault, and same with the GM of the Lightning, who came from the same team. In the Red Wings history players like Howe, McCarty, Grimson, Probert, Kocur, Vial, Gallant, Primeau and now you see Delm, Miller, Hudler... Wow, poor wings fans...Reply
amadio737
Feb 10, 2011 09:37 ET
i dont even watch any games till playoffs but i got too much merchandise and shit to change my team to anaheim lolReply
Owned33
Feb 10, 2011 16:06 ET
Whatever you say, I'm more of a fan who loves to talk about all aspects of hockey not only fighting. Watching the Red Wings is actually more like watching one of the most skilled teams in the league & just because they don't fight doesn't mean there pussies or "softies". By the way, it's really hypocritical for you to debate about this when your a Lightning fan. Another thing, why are you insulting the GM of your team when hes the reason they have a chance to make the playoffs? Get your head out of the gutter man.Reply
nickkk99
Feb 10, 2011 17:58 ET
You here for hockey h o m o or fights come see me if you want to fight.....bruines lost fights too like the fag thomass and your other h o m o so take a pill and pull the vibrator out of your ass....Reply
ExclamationPoint
Feb 12, 2011 04:00 ET
You are at the wrong site to talk about all aspects of hockey. This is DropYourGloves not fancy skating and puck handling.Reply
Owned33
Feb 13, 2011 18:15 ET
Anyone can talk about all aspects of hockey on any hockey site, don't be such a narrow-minded doucheReply
ExclamationPoint
Feb 13, 2011 19:46 ET
Why don't you try the following site? www.tearsofhappiness.com. As I said, this is a site specifically geared towards hockey fighting. Don't come in here and start running your suckhole!Reply
Owned33
Feb 14, 2011 21:34 ET
No thanks. Where does it say it's purely devoted to hockey fights? I've been on this site far longer than you, thanks. It's not like I'm chirping this website, just some peoples intellect on this site. Hockey isn't about JUST about fighting, that is all. Thanks all, have a great night.Reply
ExclamationPoint
Feb 15, 2011 04:15 ET
Are you serious? It says this site is devoted to hockey fights right in the title. Do you think "drop your gloves" means stick handling or toe drags? The only thing being on the site longer than me has done for you is show what a tremendous douchebag you are. You warrant no more of my time, Sally. Sorry that I upset your delicate balance!Reply
Mikeman
Apr 12, 2012 23:48 ET
Quote from message by Owned33
No thanks. Where does it say it's purely devoted to hockey fights? I've been on this site far longer than you, thanks. It's not like I'm chirping this website, just some peoples intellect on this site. Hockey isn't about JUST about fighting, that is all. Thanks all, have a great night.
Not only do you sound like a pansy, but you also are a moron for coming to a hockey fight site to complain about fights.
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Rough at 32:36
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 Max Pacioretty 6'2'' 7217lb 38None
 Zdeno Chara 6'9'' 7255lb 38
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Feb 10, 2011 14:03 ET
Max Pacioretty goes after Steven Kampfer but Zdeno Chara steps in for his smaller teammate and goes after Pacioretty in response. Roman Hamrlik replies by trying to restrain Chara but has trouble with the much bigger man. Chara just keeps a strong grip of Pacioretty and thrusts him around before all four guys end up in a pile on the ice. The referees then come over and break them up. Fun 
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metz87
17 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:17 ET
I agree and think there was at least one other fight in all that circus of a almot line brawl. SInce we did not get to see what all was going on with the scrum becuase of the golaies it would be unfar to try to review who did what. Looks like all they got was roughing for their part. Which is odd becuase it was probably better then the so called goalie fight. Fun 
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Habsfan18
Feb 9, 2011 18:08 ET
Pretty sure it was a fight, Chara was feeding Pacioretty at the beginning of the fight. Should be unfair. If i'm wrong, feel free to delete the event.Reply
Habsfan18
Feb 9, 2011 18:09 ET
at the beginning of the brawl pardon me.Reply
SarcasticPillow
Feb 9, 2011 19:19 ET
I think this should be a rough, I didn't see any punches thrown by either man at the other.Reply
Anthony19
Feb 9, 2011 19:22 ET
Agreed. Chara just ragdolled him. No punches.Reply
WanderingEye
Feb 9, 2011 19:24 ET
I think so too, Pacioretty tried to go after Kampfer but Chara grabbed him from behind, forced him to the ice and pinned him there. No punches looked to be thrown.Reply
Ganon18
Feb 9, 2011 23:50 ET
Not a fight. Maybe not even a rough, just a part of the brawl.Reply
no.7
Feb 10, 2011 00:10 ET
Downgraded.Reply


Fight at 32:36
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Duration 0:22ThrownLanded   Big   
 Carey Price 6'3'' 4226lb 25100None
 Tim Thomas 5'11'' 4201lb 25000
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Jul 1, 2012 13:23 ET
Draw Fun 
3
It had been a wild past few minutes in this game between the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins. Five goals had been scored in about four minutes and players were starting to get chippy with each other. Boston iced the puck, but that didn't stop Brad Marchand from finishing his check on James Wisniewski. Montreal capitan Brian Gionta took exception to this and skated over. Just as Gionta was about to give Marchand a shove, Marchand moved out of the way, causing Gionta to slam into the class. A large scrum formed and everybody grabbed a man. There were three seperate groups, the largest involving Max Pacioretty and Zdeno Chara.

Tim Thomas was thinking of joining the action but decided to stay in the Boston zone. The officials spread out to try and seperate all the combatants. Chara and Steven Kampfer began to rough up Pacioretty, prompting Price to jump in and defend his teammate. Seeing that Price was getting involved in the scrum, Tim Thomas charged down the ice to even things up. Price spotted Thomas coming down the ice and the two goaltenders began to exchange words as Brian Pochmara held Price back. Both men started to shed their gear, prompting Pochmara to let the two have a go.

After a brief squareoff, Thomas grabbed onto Price with both hands. Price had his right arm cocked back and was waiting to throw a punch. They spun around for a moment before Price threw a right that missed, causing him to fall down and bringing Thomas with him in the process. Thomas pulled Price's jersey off as his own began to come off. The combatants grappled in tight before eventually deciding the end the fight themselves, allowing Pochmara to seperate them.

Price and Thomas both skated off to their respective benches where they got some props from their teammates. As the dust settled, the aftermath of the scrum was seen as a pile of sticks, gloves and helmets lay on the ice.

This was a terrible fight. Thomas looked as though he wanted to join the action earlier, but decided to stay down by his net. Once he saw Price get involved though, he charged down the ice to go after Price. Both men were eager to have a round of fisticuffs and were eventually permitted to do so. Price was the only one to throw a punch, missing with a right hand. After some grappling, the two decided to the fight was over, exchanging a couple friendly words before heading back to their respective benches.

This was a draw. No punches were landed and neither combatant took control of the fight. While the fight itself was terrible, the circumstances and atmosphere made it seem far better than it actually was.
 Sapunka16
197 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 17:57 ET
Draw Fun 
2
While a scrum is occuring, away from the action they slowly, awkwardly approach each other as a referee attempts to convince them otherwise. They are taking off gloves and helmets as the ref continues to speak. The ref goes away, and they creepily, slowly come together. Price throws a slow punch that misses, and falls forward, causing Thomas to fall forward as well. Thomas gets up, then nothing more happens.

I don't care if they're goalies, this fight was pathetic, the only reason I rated it a 2 instead of a 1 is because the level of awkward this "fight" presented was somewhat entertaining.
 SarcasticPillow
19579 fight reviews
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Feb 10, 2011 14:03 ET
Draw Fun 
2
Since Carey Price got involved in the scrum, Tim Thomas decides to come down and meet with him once the scrum is settled. A referees stays with the two goalies but as they start to take off their gear, the referee leaves and lets them go. Price and Thomas square off and grab on, Thomas with the right and Price with the left. Thomas tries to better his hold of the bigger Price but Price misses a right hand and that ends up knocking Thomas backwards and to the ice. Price lets Thomas gets up as the jersey comes off on Price and the referee comes back in and stops the fight. Price and Thomas go to their benches as the scrum ends. Weak goalie fight as only one punch was thrown and it missed before it was over.
 LoKoL
1276 fight reviews

Feb 4, 2015 14:27 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Probably one of the worst excuses for a fight. One punch thrown, then they fell over and when they got up, they lost all interest in throwing another. Pretty pathetic. I can't understand why they'd both to begin with, what was the point?
grifter077
260 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 17:41 ET
Draw Fun 
2
Thomas and carey were smiling and having a good time. No punches landed. Carey slipped and pulled Thomas down. He could have thrown some punches, but didn't. all in good fun.
kmyeakel
207 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:09 ET
Draw Fun 
3
After the Bruins made it 5-3 they get called for icing. An icing was called and everybody came in. A nasty brawl broke out and Carey Price came out of the net and Tim Thomas challenged him. The refs were in the way and then the ref left and Price and Thomas threw some punches. 2nd goalie fight since a week ago when Brent Johnson ko'ed Rick Diepietro. it was an ok goalie fight.
metz87
17 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:10 ET
Draw Fun 
3
seocnd goalie fight this year. Unlike the other one this one sucked since it took forever to happen and once they did engage they both fell down and only Price tried to threw a punch that caused both goalies to fall down. SInce it was a golaie fight and you rarely see one in the NHL I gave it a 3 and it does not really even deserve that.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:17 ET
Draw Fun 
3
During the brawl Thomas came up to Price who wasnt interested in dancing. Finally they dropped the gloves, got a hold of each other, Price threw the only punch of the fight, which i'm not sure if it landed, and sent Thomas down on the ice.
Prairiedog
1453 fight reviews
153 fight logs

Feb 9, 2011 19:10 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
3
Price threw the only punch and could have hit Thomas while he was down. Narrow win for Price.
Boogeyman94
15 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:59 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
N/A
Price connects with one and could of have killed thomas when thomas was on the ice, but showed class and let him got up and they both stop
Fantome17
25 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 20:00 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
3
The fight was short but Price gives the only punch so...
OAKIES2513
1166 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 21:11 ET
Draw Fun 
3
Probably one of the worst goalie fights I've seen, but at least they dropped the mitts.
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 23:55 ET
Draw Fun 
1
What a pathetic "fight" by those two clowns. Embarrassment.
michiann
3652 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 01:02 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
N/A
Price's half-punch symbolizes the canadiens' gentleman-approach to the rough aspects of the game ---- it's angelic but at the same time, it doesn't send a message to the tougher teams in the league. Anyway, this fight is akin to the goalie fight between the Penguin's Johnson & Isles' Dipietro such that the little goalies just lay down for the bigger goalies.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:11 ET
Draw Fun 
2
Man that was the worst goalie fight i've seen. Embarrassing showing by both but especially by Thomas who was the one that started the fight. One weak punch by Price and he swung Thomas down, Thomas got back up and then they just laughed at each other and Thomas gave Price a little pat. If there ever was a fight that was more show than go, it was here.
rochmacdubar
19 fight reviews

Feb 14, 2011 13:01 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
1
A big letdown as Thomas is quickly thrown to the ground by Price.
Brasso11
311 fight reviews

Jul 2, 2011 06:08 ET
Draw Fun 
3
zonkedforlife
878 fight reviews

Sep 18, 2011 15:08 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
3
They grab on and Price throws a punch and Thomas loses his balance, Thomas gets up and Price looks like he doesn't want to continue so the refs jump in.
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Dec 4, 2013 14:14 ET
Draw Fun 
3
Nuerac8
3240 fight reviews

Aug 13, 2014 12:56 ET
Draw Fun 
1
Pathetic showing by both of them
Bruins101
20 fight reviews

Apr 21, 2015 17:17 ET
Carey Price narrow win Fun 
1
I mean, I guess it's cool to see the goalies fight especially in modern nhl but this was a pretty pathetic fight as Thomas skated to price and then they dropped the gloves. There was basically nothing landed. The only thing that landed was Thomas after price missed a jab.
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Ghis17
Feb 9, 2011 17:32 ET
Second goalie fight this yearReply
kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 17:33 ET
you said it Ovechkin962Reply
Stob
Feb 9, 2011 17:33 ET
Price a donné un coup de poingt et Thomas a tombé sur la patinoire.Reply
blazer16
Feb 9, 2011 17:35 ET
They were chuckling the whole time... it's tough to call it a 'fight'. But definitely a great way to cap off the most frantic five minutes Ive seen in years.Reply
blazer16
Feb 9, 2011 17:47 ET
This is the first goalie fight in years that I can remember, where the goalies weren't tossed for fighting. I guess they cut them some slack because it wasn't much of a fight.Reply
Anthony19
Feb 9, 2011 17:54 ET
They were the only fight. So why would they get kicked out?Reply
JruGordon
Feb 9, 2011 18:00 ET
Sean Burke wasn't tossed for his fight with Barnaby. but he fought Shields next faceoff and was tossedReply
Sapunka16
Feb 9, 2011 18:01 ET
I'm pretty sure they only get an extra 2 each for leaving the crease. The misconducts usually come because the refs are telling them "you'll get tossed if you go" during a big scrum.

Either that, or I just don't know the rules.
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whalefight24
Feb 9, 2011 18:03 ET
unbelievable goalies don't have fight straps or they choose not to use them. would have lasted a lot longer and would have been a much better fight if they did..Reply
Ghis17
Feb 9, 2011 18:04 ET
Second goalie ''fight'' this month... look out if Anaheim recall Ray Emery lmaoReply
zonkedforlife
Feb 9, 2011 18:43 ET
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blazer16
Feb 9, 2011 18:58 ET
Johnson and DiPietro were tossed out in the fight less than two weeks ago. Remember?Reply
Sapunka16
Feb 9, 2011 19:26 ET
They fought with 20 seconds left in the game, that might have something to do with it.Reply
zonkedforlife
Feb 9, 2011 20:47 ET
haha lolReply
arktoshorse
Feb 9, 2011 22:08 ET
What an umbarassment. One thing not to scrap but to do nothing and than laugh about it, show some respect to your teammates who play the physical/rough game in front of the net, that keeps them from being scraped of the ice with a shovel from opposing forwards. This one bugs me. Laugh and smile when you do something to be happy or porud about. And judging by the amount of goals both let in, they aint laughing after 60 minutes. Clowns!Reply
jpsyr
Feb 10, 2011 17:12 ET
Because the ref gave them permission, you can see him say something and them back away, if he was going to toss them, he wouldn't have said okReply
jpsyr
Feb 10, 2011 17:15 ET
Quote from message by Anthony19
They were the only fight. So why would they get kicked out?
Because the ref gave them permission, you can see him say something and them back away, if he was going to toss them, he wouldn't have said ok
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LukeLaC
Feb 12, 2011 10:00 ET








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gmen37
Feb 14, 2011 19:19 ET
Really not a fight but a wrestling match. Price does a classy thing to not pound a away on Thomas when over him. I have alot more respect for Price nowReply
ExclamationPoint
May 3, 2013 12:33 ET
Quote from message by Sapunka16
I'm pretty sure they only get an extra 2 each for leaving the crease. The misconducts usually come because the refs are telling them "you'll get tossed if you go" during a big scrum.

Either that, or I just don't know the rules.
I'm not sure how it works either but I have heard that if a goalie crosses the redline to engage in a fight, it's an automatic misconduct penalty.
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LoKoL
Feb 4, 2015 14:30 ET
If a goalie goes down to engage a fight, then he'd be tossed. But in this case, it was just to even the numbers and nothing really happened, therefore it was only a minor for leaving the crease, and maybe a rough (didn't look at the game sheet, but that's how I'd call it).Reply
JapaLevonen
Nov 14, 2015 20:25 ET
Thomas was able to undress Price's jersey and the commentators told that in case you loose your jersey during a fight, it equals an automatic game misconduct penalty. Stupid rule like the whole insistigator rule.Reply


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 Brian Gionta  (Victim) 5'7'' 4176lb 21N/A
 Steve Kampfer  (Aggressor) 5'11'' 4197lb 21
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Mini-Brawl at 57:06
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Duration 0:50  Mathieu Darche  David Desharnais  Hal Gill  Benoit Pouliot  P.K. Subban     Nathan Horton  David Krejci  Milan Lucic  Adam McQuaid  Dennis Seidenberg   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: A Bit
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Feb 11, 2011 06:19 ET
Late in the game with the Boston Bruins up eight-to-five on the Montreal Canadiens, Bruins' winger Nathan Horton shoves Canadiens' defenseman P.K. Subban after a whistle. That triggers a scrum as Subban goes back at Horton and everyone gets involved including Milan Lucic and Subban's defense partner, Hal Gill who winds up paired off with Horton. Lucic wants to get at Subban but a referee stays between them and on the outside of the scrum David Krejci gets together with Benoit Pouliot and they shed the mitts. Pouliot gets the best of that one, knocking down Krejci to end the fight. Fun 
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Fight at 57:06
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Duration 0:24ThrownLanded   Big   
 Benoit Pouliot 6'3'' 4195lb 17211A Bit
 David Krejci 5'11'' 4178lb 17200
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Jun 16, 2012 16:31 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
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P.K. Subban began pushing with Nathan Horton to the left of the Montreal net. Milan Lucic skated in and drilled Subban, leading to a scrum. As everybody grabbed a man, David Krejci and Benoit Pouliot began to exchange shoves just outside of the scrum. The two moved in front of the net and after exchanging words, they decided to drop the gloves and helmets. They briefly squared off before grabbing on. Pouliot missed a short right and was having trouble getting his arm free. He managed to slip out of Krejci's grip and landed a hard blow. Krejci missed with a right hand on his way down to the ice. Pouliot threw a couple more blows that missed as Krejci turtled. Referee Brian Pochmara skated over to intervene and save Krejci from taking any more of a beating. Krejci skated to the Boston bench, visually shaken up.

Pouliot got the TKO by dropping Krejci with a hard right hand.
 SarcasticPillow
19579 fight reviews
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Feb 10, 2011 14:05 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
During the scrum, Benoit Pouliot and David Krejci come together and shove at each other. Pouliot drops his gloves and takes off his helmet and visor so Krejci agrees to go and does the same. They squareoff, drifting away from the scrum in the corner and grab on with the left. Krejci misses a right and Pouliot misses a right before landing a big right just as Krejci misses a right. Krejci is dropped by Pouliot's right and just covers up while on the ice as Pouliot holds back on throwing more. A referee then comes by and breaks them up. Alright scrap between non-fighters. TKO win Pouliot as he dropped Krejci.
millman52
11 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:48 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
5
They remove the helmets and square off away from everyone else. They grab on with the lefts and Pouliot lands a big right that drops Krejci. TKO win for Pouliot.
bulls1815
516 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:56 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
They separate and Pouliot drops him
southernpride09
133 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:04 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
Krejci vs Pouliot

They go after the Subban scrum, this wasn't a good choice by Krejci but he throws a right followed by a Pouliot right and the second Pouliot drops Krejci I don't think it was a KO but he did drop him with that last punch.

TKO win for Pouliot.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:25 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
During the scrum, Pouliot wanted to go in the pile in the corner, but he was blocked by Krejci, who shoved him. Pouliot is clearly pissed and invites Krejci to dance. Krejci obliged and both players got rid of the unecessary equipment, including the helmets. They squared off, Krejci fired a wide punch that missed, Pouliot fired a first right that missed but the second one caught Krejci straight on the chin and made him fall on the ice. TKO win for Pouliot.
FrAn6
3528 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:53 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
Very short . Indeed, they both had their right free ans Pouliot catched Krejci on the button on the cheek, or the chin I dunno but it was a tko for sure.
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 00:03 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
Not a bad short tilt between two non-fighters, Pouliot quickly drops Krejci with a solid right. Nice TKO by Pouliot.
michiann
3652 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 01:10 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
N/A
Tko was a predictable outcome between a smaller non-fighter & a bigger non-fighter such that the smaller guy didn't think that the bigger guy had the drive to blow him away.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:17 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
7
I was expecting a shitty hugfest here but Pouliot landed a nice one in this quick tussle and floored Krejci. TKO win for Pouliot.
Tomahawkchopper
100 fight reviews

Feb 12, 2011 18:06 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
7
Great punch by a non fighter, reminiscent of the punch Johnson took down Dipietro with, against another non fighter. They each took off the helmets and visors, and each threw and missed 1, then Puoliot lands a bomb overhand right. The Bruins must have been upset that Krejci was challenged because their 4th line went ballistic late in the 3rd and just started smashing people.
Brasso11
311 fight reviews

Jul 2, 2011 06:07 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
6
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
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Dec 4, 2013 13:56 ET
Benoit Pouliot win by TKO Fun 
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fightingisles
Feb 9, 2011 19:04 ET
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GMRWings1983
Feb 9, 2011 19:33 ET
Pouliot is not exactly a top heavy.

He and Krejci seems like a fair fight.
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Laraque17
Feb 9, 2011 19:45 ET
Quote from message by mmadced
least pugnacious player on the team
And what would you call Pouliot with his 5 career fights? lol
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mofor
Feb 9, 2011 19:56 ET
Yeah & Thornton and Boychuk went after Hamrlik & Spacek?? quit your crying and enjoy the game.Reply
zonkedforlife
Feb 9, 2011 20:57 ET
This can be classified as a mini-brawl right?Reply
LukeLaC
Feb 9, 2011 23:57 ET
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randypot20
Feb 10, 2011 17:57 ET
Wow I didn't know that the bruins where that cheap after moen and ferance fight they started going after are guys that are not there too fight. The big winners in all of this is pyatt spacek and hamerlik who decided to fight anyways !Reply
TheDanLine
Feb 11, 2011 00:37 ET
Subban acting like a pussy as usual. Someone needs to brutally KO this faggot.Reply
LukeLaC
Feb 12, 2011 10:02 ET
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Tomahawkchopper
Feb 12, 2011 17:51 ET
6'3 200lbs vs 5'11 177lbs certainly isn't a fair fight size wise, but I agree that both men are non fighters.Reply
Tomahawkchopper
Feb 12, 2011 18:04 ET
Quote from message by mofor
Yeah & Thornton and Boychuk went after Hamrlik & Spacek?? quit your crying and enjoy the game.
Thornton went after Hamrlik for shooting after the whistle, and Boychuk was preventing a 3rd man in against Thornton. They didn't "go after" skilled players. I've seen a lot of Bruins games replayed on NESN because I live in Atlanta and get NESN with our cable TV package. They never show live games, but at midnight after every game, they show something called "Bruins in 2." I've been absolutely hooked since it's a reply that eliminates the in between periods breaks.
I've never seen that Thornton guy take cheap shots at skilled players, and I even saw him show mercy against somebody on Dallas last week, calling in the refs because his opponent was hurt.
To me, PK Subban looks like the biggest chump as he had about a dozen opportunities to fight Nathan Horton, and never manned up. That Horton guy had 5 points that game, so I don't think he's a goon.Then he was challenged by Milan Lucic, and he hid behind a linseman, although that may have been a good idea because Lucic is a big dude.
Either way, this was probably the most entertaining game I have seen all season. I liked it even better than when the Thrashers played the Bruins, which was awesome too, but hadjust less scoring. I hope these 2 teams play again soon and it's on TV. At the very least, I can DVR the replay and watch it the next night!
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gmen37
Mar 5, 2011 20:45 ET
Quote from message by mmadced
he picks on the smallest bruin and the least pugnacious player on the team. real tough guy eh!
watch the video Krejci picks Pouliot out of the mix.
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mofor
Mar 17, 2011 07:05 ET
Quote from message by Tomahawkchopper
Thornton went after Hamrlik for shooting after the whistle, and Boychuk was preventing a 3rd man in against Thornton. They didn't "go after" skilled players. I've seen a lot of Bruins games replayed on NESN because I live in Atlanta and get NESN with our cable TV package. They never show live games, but at midnight after every game, they show something called "Bruins in 2." I've been absolutely hooked since it's a reply that eliminates the in between periods breaks.
I've never seen that Thornton guy take cheap shots at skilled players, and I even saw him show mercy against somebody on Dallas last week, calling in the refs because his opponent was hurt.
To me, PK Subban looks like the biggest chump as he had about a dozen opportunities to fight Nathan Horton, and never manned up. That Horton guy had 5 points that game, so I don't think he's a goon.Then he was challenged by Milan Lucic, and he hid behind a linseman, although that may have been a good idea because Lucic is a big dude.
Either way, this was probably the most entertaining game I have seen all season. I liked it even better than when the Thrashers played the Bruins, which was awesome too, but hadjust less scoring. I hope these 2 teams play again soon and it's on TV. At the very least, I can DVR the replay and watch it the next night!
First of all if you noticed, Thornton came off the bench on a linechange after the initial scrap to instigate a fight.
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Tomahawkchopper
Mar 17, 2011 11:30 ET
Thornton isn't a 4th line goon like Gillies who plays 2 and a half minutes a game. Shawn plays more than 10 minutes a game, and he skates a regular shift! Again, Thornton's reputation league wide is unimpeachable. I don't see any other non fighters on his fight card other than from this line brawl were a puck was shot well after the whistle.Reply
mofor
Mar 17, 2011 12:53 ET
Quote from message by Tomahawkchopper
Thornton isn't a 4th line goon like Gillies who plays 2 and a half minutes a game. Shawn plays more than 10 minutes a game, and he skates a regular shift! Again, Thornton's reputation league wide is unimpeachable. I don't see any other non fighters on his fight card other than from this line brawl were a puck was shot well after the whistle.
Thornton isn't a goon yea you're right, I was just trying to make a point to that user (who deleted his post) complaining about POuliot fighting the smaller Krecji when 2 guys of the Habs got jumped as well. In the end we all got entertained.
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Tomahawkchopper
Mar 18, 2011 11:49 ET
I have no problem with Pouliot fighting Krecji. Neither of them are fighters. And yes, the Bruins did get some payback, as Montreal fired a shot after the whistle, and Thornton, Campbell, and Boychuk started dribbling Canadians all over the place.
I can't wait for the next game. Listening to everyone weigh in on the Chara hit, when Montreal seems to have a short memory when it comes to their own team's dirty play.
It was Lantandresse who hit Rob Dimaio from behind, ending his career back in a 2006-2007 preseason game.
It was Mike Komisarek who broke a stick across Milan Lucic's face after Lucic beat him up twice in the series, when Boston had a 3 goal lead in game 4 and the series was over.

I hope Chara justs lets loose and beats a Canadian down to the ice and leaves him in a pool of blood.
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Line Brawl at 59:19
Montreal PlayersBoston Players
Duration 1:23  Roman Hamrlik  Travis Moen  Tomas Plekanec  Tom Pyatt  Jaroslav Spacek     Johnny Boychuk  Greg Campbell  Andrew Ference  Mark Recchi  Shawn Thornton   
# Players Involved: 10
Blood: A Lot
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Feb 10, 2011 14:06 ET
As the Travis Moen and Andrew Ference fight is broken up by the referees, Shawn Thornton gets into it with Roman Hamrlik because Hamrlik shot a puck after the whistle. a referee works on preventing Thornton from fighting. Jaroslav Spacek tries to help out Hamrlik but ends up paired off with Johnny Boychuk. Hamrlik drops his gloves, falls, and when he gets up, grabs Thornton who continues to struggle with the referee that tries to stop them from fighting. Meanwhile Boychuk and Spacek break apart and take off their helmets and visors but then grab back on and start fighting with Boychuk in full control as Spacek just hangs on. Both Boychuk and Thornton end up on top of Spacek and Hamrlik respectively and the referees then split them up but away from them, Tom Pyatt and Gregory Campbell, who paired off a while ago, start to scrap. The fight is quite one-sided with Campbell pummeling Pyatt who comes out of the fight with a couple cuts on his face. Once the referees break up Campbell and Pyatt, the only two players left are Tomas Plekanec and Mark Recchi who just jaw at each other while the crowd at TD Garden roars. Great brawl. Fun 
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Killaton501
319 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 21:22 ET
great line brawl, but Boston completely handed Montreal their asses on this one. Fun 
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Stob
Feb 9, 2011 18:53 ET
Boychuk is a joke. Un jaune, il s'en prends à un non-fighter.

Même chose pour Campbell, still a pussy, s'en prends à non-fighter? lol
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Sapunka16
Feb 9, 2011 18:58 ET
Montreal has an embarrassing level of team toughness. You can't complain about Bruins beating on non-fighters when that describes nearly everyone on the Canadiens roster.Reply
grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 18:59 ET
This is retribution for the Krejci fight. Montreal had this coming all game. Boston beat the shit out of Montreal tonight.Reply
Stob
Feb 9, 2011 19:00 ET
Mais quand un joueur s'acharne sur un joueur qui n'a pas l'intention de se battre, c'est ordinaire.

Mais le QI des joueurs des Bruins ne semblent pas très élevé.
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FF7
Feb 9, 2011 19:01 ET
Maybe Pouliot & Moen should have tried to go after one or two of the numerous guys their size on the Bruins.Reply
Stob
Feb 9, 2011 19:03 ET
Pouliot n'est pas considéré comme un bagarreur, pourquoi s'en prendre à un plus gros joueur ?

Moen aurait dût par compte s'en prendre à un joueur plus robuste que Ference.
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Habsfan18
Feb 9, 2011 19:09 ET
Yeah, and if you're a tad intelligent, notice that Krejci provoked Pouliot, and even accepted the invitation of the habs player. It was a fair fight. The bruins were just gutless on that brawl.Reply
zonkedforlife
Feb 9, 2011 19:21 ET
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Stob
Feb 9, 2011 19:21 ET
J'ai aussi aimé le sang de Krejci ;)Reply
grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:50 ET
After watching the replay, I agree with you. Krejci was looking for it...not sure why. Must of thought he was a tough guy after beating Cammelleri earlier this year. Montreal has been agitating the Bruins all game and the Bruins got tired of it. Didnt matter what line the Habs had out there, I think the Bruins would have done the same thing. Not to mention Max shoving Chara last game after scoring the winning goal. Bruins dropped the hammer and rightfully so.Reply
Habsfan18
Feb 9, 2011 19:53 ET
Thanks for giving me a pertinent answer. You're probably the only Bruins fan that's not an asshole on this site. (And I apology if you're not a Bruins fan lol)Reply
Hardattack
Feb 9, 2011 20:22 ET
Quote from message by Habsfan18
Thanks for giving me a pertinent answer. You're probably the only Bruins fan that's not an asshole on this site. (And I apology if you're not a Bruins fan lol)
Good to see a rational fan Canadians fan that calls the fights the way they really happened. There is truly nothing more annoying than a "homer" fan, on either side of the ice
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kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 22:05 ET
19:11 Boston roughing - 2 min S. Thornton drawn by R. Hamrlik served by Z. Hamill
19:11 Boston fighting - 5 min J. Boychuk drawn by J. Spacek
19:11 Boston game misconduct - 10 min J. Boychuk
19:11 Boston fighting - 5 min S. Thornton drawn by R. Hamrlik
19:11 Boston game misconduct - 10 min S. Thornton
19:11 Montreal fighting - 5 min T. Moen drawn by A. Ference
19:11 Montreal fighting - 5 min J. Spacek drawn by J. Boychuk
19:11 Montreal game misconduct - 10 min J. Spacek
19:11 Montreal fighting - 5 min T. Pyatt drawn by G. Campbell
19:11 Montreal fighting - 5 min R. Hamrlik drawn by S. Thornton
19:11 Montreal game misconduct - 10 min R. Hamrlik
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kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 22:05 ET
19:11 Boston fighting - 5 min A. Ference drawn by T. Moen
19:11 Montreal fighting - 5 min T. Moen drawn by A. Ference
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Hockeyplaya
Feb 9, 2011 23:52 ET
Classic line brawl.Reply
LukeLaC
Feb 9, 2011 23:58 ET
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Vindigidy
Feb 10, 2011 08:52 ET
Why is the same clip on here three times?Reply
LukeLaC
Feb 10, 2011 10:49 ET
Quote from message by vindigidy
Why is the same clip on here three times?
Clip posted by me is in HD quality.
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kmyeakel
Feb 25, 2011 07:47 ET
Quote from message by Hockeyplaya
Classic line brawl.
you said it HockeyPlaya
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kmyeakel
Feb 25, 2011 07:50 ET
Jack Edwards has lots of stuff to say about this one.
"giving him the nuggies" lol
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skinnydog
Apr 11, 2011 19:37 ET
How did the Krejci fight need retribution, he is the one who started the fight with Poulliot. Matter of fact in didn't look like poulliot even wanted to fight and just got sick of krejci pushing him trying to goad him. Then knocked his ass outReply
grifter077
Apr 12, 2011 13:25 ET
Read my second post.Reply
kmyeakel
Aug 7, 2011 11:36 ET
RDS feed
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Fight at 59:19
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:21ThrownLanded   Big   
 Travis Moen 6'2'' 3212lb 25960N/A
 Andrew Ference 5'11'' 3187lb 25640
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Feb 10, 2011 14:06 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
5
Andrew Ference slashes Tomas Plekanec in the back of the leg, causing him to fall down. Travis Moen sees that and confronts Ference about it and the gloves are dropped. They get a grip of each other's jersey with the left and Ference misses a right. They spin and Moen throws two rights and lands one. Then Ference misses a right before Moen misses a right and gets Ference's helmet off. Moen misses a right and pauses as they move to the boards. There Moen throws five rights and lands four before falling down to his knees. Ference then throws four rights and lands three on the downed Moen before the referees get there to break it up. Meanwhile, other players start pairing off and more fights begin. This was a fairly short but okay fight. Moen landed more punches and Ference only landed once Moen was down and couldn't throw back. Win Moen.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:53 ET
Travis Moen clear win Fun 
6
Moen had the control of the fight and when they fell on the ice Ference fed Moen over the refs
Fantome17
25 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 20:01 ET
Travis Moen clear win Fun 
6
Good fight dominate by Moen
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 00:14 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
4
Not a good fight, pretty typical Moen's spinorama. Moen was more active and he landed more. At the end Ference got him in a bad spot and started pounding him but he only hit the helmet a couple of times. Only a narrow win for Moen, he definitely threw and landed more but all those landed punches were pretty harmless and Ference finished strong.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:23 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
5
Moen landed more and was getting a clear win, but then he fell and Ference got in some when Moen was down. So I only call it a narrow win for Moen.
Tomahawkchopper
100 fight reviews

Feb 12, 2011 18:14 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
5
Look at all the Montreal homers calling this a clear win. It was a close fight, and a narrow win for Moan, who went after the smallest Bruin, l;eaving his teammates to pay the price against Thornton, Boychuk, and Campbell. Moan should have manned up and fought Thornton.
Brasso11
311 fight reviews

Jul 2, 2011 06:09 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
6
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Dec 4, 2013 14:11 ET
Travis Moen narrow win Fun 
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Nuerac8
3240 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2014 10:57 ET
Travis Moen clear win Fun 
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Tomahawkchopper
Feb 12, 2011 19:19 ET
I love how Habsfan18 calls it a CLEAR WIN, and then 2 people under him follow suit. If you look at the 2 accounts underneath, one was created the night of the fight, and the other is a 3 year old account that logged in for the first time in 3 years to review that fight. Seems to me that Habsfan18 is using multiple accounts to back up his calls. This site is losing credibility in my eyes by leaving their reviews.Reply
pado72
Mar 9, 2011 11:05 ET
No he doesn't. He has another account named thebeast18 but he doesn't use it anymore... So this is his only account really (I know him in real life you see)Reply
pado72
Mar 9, 2011 11:06 ET
Although rbksam is someone he knowsReply
Habsfan18
Mar 10, 2011 14:36 ET
Lol i admit that there's a funny coincidence between those 3 reviews, but believe me, the only account I use is this one.Reply
Tomahawkchopper
Mar 11, 2011 06:53 ET
So pado72 is lying saying that thebeast18 is you, also? I have to laugh because this is too strange to be a coincidence.
What is wrong with Montreal fans? I can't believe there was a ridiculous petition that circulated in Montreal after the Chara hit. I feel bad for Pacioretty, and I'm glad he's home now, but Montreal fans should be embarrassed, because Pacioretty certainly is regarding the prosecutor investigating the case. It makes your team and your fans look like a bunch of broads. I didn't hear a single Bruins fan calling for a police investigation after the Cooke hit on Savard, or the Jones hit on Bergeron a couple of years ago. That's just embarrassing that police would even consider getting involved.
This isn't like the McSorley incident where he intentionally hit someone with a stick. I also read online that there was a barrage of 9-1-1 calls after the Chara hit in Montreal. I hope that was just a joke, because if it's true, then Montreal fans really need to get a grip. It's an embarrassment to the sport of hockey.
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pado72
Mar 11, 2011 08:16 ET
That's exactly what I've been saying for 2 days now, I don't think Chara needs to be prosecuted at all... But that is regardless to the question, Habsfan isnt the same guy as rbksam, they are just friends and I know both of them and yes it is strange but it is a coincidence, believe it or not.Reply
Habsfan18
Mar 11, 2011 09:29 ET
I can't use thebeast18 anymore.Reply


Fight at 59:19
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:24ThrownLanded   Big   
 Roman Hamrlik 6'2''  207lb 10100None
 Shawn Thornton 6'2''  217lb 10300
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Feb 10, 2011 14:06 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by SarcasticPillow on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
3
Shawn Thornton goes after Roman Hamrlik for shooting the puck after the whistle but only when the Travis Moen and Andrew Ference fight is broken up, does Thornton drop the gloves. A referee is right there and stays between the two, attempting to keep a fight from taking place. Hamrlik drops his gloves but falls as they lose their holds of each other but Thornton gets back to Hamrlik and they grab on after he gets up. Hamrlik loses his helmet as they grapple around and Thornton misses two rights as the referee keeps trying to break them apart. Hamrlik misses a right and then has his jersey come off as Thornton misses a right. Hamrlik gets bent over then and goes down to the ice as another referee comes over and helps the first one get Thornton off Hamrlik. This fight was definitely unfair as a referee was in there the whole time. That prevented the fight from ever getting going and neither man was able to land any punches.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:53 ET
Shawn Thornton decisive win
Fight called Unfair by SarcasticPillow on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
5
another beating
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 00:44 ET
Shawn Thornton narrow win
Fight called Unfair by SarcasticPillow on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
3
Not much here. Unfortunately the ref protected Hamrlik very well and didn't let Thornton to destroy him. From what was shown it looked like Thornton snuck only a couple of minor punches so I'm calling it a narrow win for Thornton.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:27 ET
Shawn Thornton narrow win
Fight called Unfair by SarcasticPillow on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
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3
The god damn referee was holding Thornton the whole time and saved Hamrlik from a beating. Unfair fight, too much interference by the ref.


Fight at 59:19
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:25ThrownLanded   Big   
 Jaroslav Spacek 6'0'' 2210lb 17000Fair Amount
 Johnny Boychuk 6'2'' 2227lb 1715121
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Feb 10, 2011 14:06 ET
Johnny Boychuk win by TKO Fun 
6
Jaroslav Spacek tries to help out Roman Hamrlik since he is gone after by enforcer Shawn Thornton but Johnny Boychuk grabs Spacek and wrestles him away from Hamrlik and Thornton. Boychuk drops his gloves, gets Spacek's helmet and visor off, and throws three rights, landing one as they keep in tight. Spacek drops his right glove and Boychuk misses two lefts. Then Spacek gets away from Boychuk and drops his left glove before grabbing back onto Boychuk as hetakes off his helmet and visor. Boychuk throws thirteen straight rights, landing seven before connecting on a left that knocks Spacek to the ice. Boychuk just stays on top of Spacek and a referee comes in and break them up. All Boychuk here, he pounded on Spacek who never threw a punch. Decent go.
bulls1815
516 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:56 ET
Johnny Boychuk win by TKO Fun 
7
Boychuk fills him and with the last shot Spacek just drops
Fantome17
25 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 20:02 ET
Johnny Boychuk decisive win Fun 
5
The fight goes only in one side. Boychuk all the way
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 00:39 ET
Johnny Boychuk win by TKO Fun 
7
Good job by Boychuk, he fed Spacek with a numerous uppercuts and it looked like he dropped him with the last one. TKO win Boychuk. Third time that wussy Spacek gets pounded during this season but this was easily the worst beating he took so far. Hopefully there are some more to come.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:29 ET
Johnny Boychuk win by TKO Fun 
6
Boychuk pounds Spacek and looks to knock him down with the last shot. Good to see one of Montreal's soft Euro's get a beating.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 15:05 ET
Johnny Boychuk decisive win Fun 
6
Boychuk annihilated Spacho-man!
Brasso11
311 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2011 15:34 ET
Johnny Boychuk win by TKO Fun 
7
Boychuk hammers Spacek until he drops with the last punch
Nuerac8
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Nov 16, 2014 11:48 ET
Johnny Boychuk decisive win Fun 
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Laraque17
Feb 9, 2011 19:50 ET
and the moral of the story is... Pierre gauthier, start picking up some god dam canadians.Reply
LukeLaC
Feb 12, 2011 10:04 ET
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Fight at 59:19
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:45ThrownLanded   Big   
 Tom Pyatt 6'0''  185lb 12220A Lot
 Greg Campbell 6'0''  197lb 1216126
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Aug 2, 2015 12:38 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
The Bruins weren't happy because Benoit Pouliot hammered David Krecji with only a couple of minutes left in the game. A line brawl broke out in the final minute and the Bruins got some payback. Travis Moen beat Andrew Ference in a fight and this was the only bright spot for Montreal in the brawl. Shawn Thornton went after Roman Hamrlik, but the refs saved him from a certain beating. Boychuk pounded Spacek and Campbell hammered Pyatt.

Greg missed two punches and got Tom's helmet off. Pyatt landed an average right and missed a punch. Campbell unloaded on Tom with a vicious left handed attack. He missed two punches, landed a couple of solid blows, and missed a shot. He landed a solid punch, missed a blow, and landed a solid connect. He landed two average blows and three solid shots. The refs stopped the fight as Pyatt was taking a lot of punishment.

I rate this as a decisive win for Campbell. Pyatt landed an effective shot early, but quickly succumbed under Greg's powerful left hands. Tom emerged with a cut on the bridge of the nose and his cheek.
 SarcasticPillow
19579 fight reviews
137 fight logs

Feb 10, 2011 14:08 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
Gregory Campbell and Tom Pyatt pair off as the brawl starts but they just hold onto one another and watch the other fights until they're broken up. Then Campbell and Pyatt start to go. Campbell lands a short right and Pyatt misses a right back. Campbell misses a right and Pyatt gets in close which allows his helmet and visor to be taken off by Campbell. Pyatt misses a right and pins Campbell to the glass but Campbell works off the glass and opens up with his left. Campbell throws fourteen lefts in a row and misses only three. A referee finally gets there and stops the fight and Pyatt goes off with cuts on his nose and cheek. Spirited tussle and all Campbell. He landed far more and better and bloodied the non-fighter, Pyatt, who was protected by the referee.
Habsfan18
940 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:52 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
6
Campbell beat the fuck out of Pyatt
bulls1815
516 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 18:57 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
Campbell unloads on Pyatt who was cut badly
grits207
20 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:04 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
Campbell beat the hell out of Pyatt. Pyatt's face was a mess at the end of the fight.
Killaton501
319 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:28 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
Pyatt gets absolutely pummeled by Greg Campbell during the brawl.
Fantome17
25 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 20:03 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
5
The fight goes only in one side. Campbell dominate it
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 00:25 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
Campbell destroys and bloodies that little guy Tom Pyatt with lefts. Entertaining beating.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 07:34 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
8
Campbell tries to start a lawnmower on Pyatt's face. He just unloads with the lefts and the referee has to step in before Pyatt gets killed. Pyatt had a bloody face. Easy win for Campbell, not very often you can say that.
gmen37
22 fight reviews

Feb 14, 2011 19:28 ET
Outcome: N/A Fun 
N/A
Not a fair fight with Cambal throwing punches with what looks to be his elbow pad and throws it away when the refs come over.
Brasso11
311 fight reviews

Jun 30, 2011 15:35 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
8
Campbell with the uppercuts, great fight, pyatt with a messed up face after this one
Nuerac8
3240 fight reviews

Nov 16, 2014 11:49 ET
Greg Campbell decisive win Fun 
7
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GMRWings1983
Feb 9, 2011 18:58 ET
Montreal needs some toughness. Hope this makes the decision easier for the GM and sends a message to the whole organization.

They can't let the spotpicking fag Bruins do this and get away with it.
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grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:01 ET
Spotpicking? This was in response to the Krejci fight. they got what they deserved. You team is a bunch of fags. Stop crying and accept the ass whooping montreal had comingReply
GMRWings1983
Feb 9, 2011 19:03 ET
My team does have a lot of fags. You don't have to tell me.

I'm not crying for the Habs. Could care less about them. But like the Wings they need more toughness to handle teams like the Bruins. Way too soft a roster.

Pouliot can hardly be called a spotpicker. I've never even seen him fight. However, the Bruins are loaded with spotpickers.
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grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:03 ET
Oh yeah and your hero Subban was no where to be found when it came time to drop the gloves. Another pussy with a big mouth.Reply
grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:04 ET
Quote from message by GMRWings1983
My team does have a lot of fags. You don't have to tell me.

I'm not crying for the Habs. Could care less about them. But like the Wings they need more toughness to handle teams like the Bruins. Way too soft a roster.

Pouliot can hardly be called a spotpicker. I've never even seen him fight. However, the Bruins are loaded with spotpickers.
Sorry I am just fired up. I hate Montreal. You are being reasonable and I am being a douche.
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GMRWings1983
Feb 9, 2011 19:04 ET
Subban is not my hero.

I'm a freaking Wings fan for God's sake. My hero is someone like Kocur or Probert. What the hell do you know about me to call Subban my fucking hero? LOL
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GMRWings1983
Feb 9, 2011 19:05 ET
No problem.

I've gone crazy here before too.
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grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:05 ET
My bad. I was a huge Probert fan as well....how times have changed in the motor cityReply
bucketsoff24
Feb 9, 2011 19:10 ET
Pyatt got smashed , that was awesome. I despise the Habs but it would nice to see them able to stand up to the Bruins just a bit.Reply
fightingisles
Feb 9, 2011 19:25 ET
Great comment from Michael Grabner's (NYI) Twitter: What a great game to watch...glad I am not participating in that one...would look like pyatt(sp) there hahaReply
LETEMGO
Feb 10, 2011 06:01 ET
Yup... The entire time I was watching this game last night, I said there's no way in hells half acre that Montreal would EVER win a series against Boston. Their EUROtrash princes can't handle the tough going and they get pushed around all night. Yeah you can shove back to show you're not intimidated, but when it comes down to it, Montreal has no one that can stand up for themselves. NO ONE!!! The Montreal players were looking over their shoulders for the stripes all night!

This is a far cry from the Miller - Kordic, Corson - Neely, Ewen - Byers days! Its a shame when the toughest player on your team is Carey Price. Yeesh!
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Laraque17
Feb 10, 2011 13:31 ET
Quote from message by LETEMGO
Yup... The entire time I was watching this game last night, I said there's no way in hells half acre that Montreal would EVER win a series against Boston.
Really? Because if their season series was a playoff one, the Canadiens would be up 3-1. Infact the roster your insulting is actually 9-2 against the Bruins, since their reconstruction. Their European players can't handle themselves because their european. With the exception of that tree you have on the back end with a wrestling background, your europeans can't handle themselves either. Didn't you see Pouliot knock out Krejci?And why is their no talk of Moen beating Ferrence? Carey Price accepted Tim Thomas' fight invitation. Do they not classify as standing up for themselves? I'm not gunna sit here and actually try to make a comparison of fighting abilities between the bruins and habs. Every one know's of the B's grit. But hey, Montreal's been building their teams with the same format of brains over brawn for the better part of 100 years, and it's gotten them nothing but glory. Just because a couple of your young tough canadians layed a beating on two 37 year old czech's, doesn't mean you should declare an automatic vplayoff victory against a team you've beaten twice in the last two seasons. Did you ever wonder why the habs record against the bruins is so good? Why their playoff record against them is downright embarrasing for the black and gold? Has it ever occured to you that the Canadien way of building hockey teams with their 24 stanley cups may be just a tad superior the bruins big bad approach and their 5.

PS: Something I've wondered for awhile now, and hoping you could clear it up. How is it that a canadian ends up cheering for an american team. Cause I just can't understand the concept. How to grow up in this country knowing what hockey is, and what it means to this place, and wish for the stanley cup to stay in America
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Malt
Feb 11, 2011 04:49 ET
Remember this folks--to Montreal Canadian fans, Johnny Boychuk and Gregory Cambell are apparently super-tough. No other fans in the NHL would worry about their players being pummeled by Gregory Campbell--just Montreal.Reply
Notsince67
Feb 11, 2011 15:06 ET
Quote from message by Laraque17
PS: Something I've wondered for awhile now, and hoping you could clear it up. How is it that a canadian ends up cheering for an american team. Cause I just can't understand the concept. How to grow up in this country knowing what hockey is, and what it means to this place, and wish for the stanley cup to stay in America
Ouch.
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blitz36
Feb 11, 2011 15:29 ET
Your PS is just stupid. I have cheered for fans north of the border quite often. I am born and raised in the states with a cottage in Stoney Point, Ontario. I was back and forth for 25 years. I didn't grow up in Canada but I cheered for the team I liked. Your post is ignorant and rascist. Grow up.Reply
Laraque17
Feb 11, 2011 20:25 ET
That's wonderful. I'd like to set up a cottage of my own in a different part of the country some day. But I don't see an explanation for your calling me a racist.Reply
ExclamationPoint
Feb 12, 2011 04:17 ET
Spotpickers like Thornton, Horton, and McQuaid? Some of the Bruins non-fighters fought in this game. Campbell, Krejci, Thomas(lol), geez even Recchi tried to go. Now, I wouldn't argue against Lucic and maybe even Chara being spotpickers but neither of them actually fought in this game. I think on the whole, Boston probably has the most legitimate tough guys in the league. They really can't be blamed for accomodating their long-time rivals, who happen to lack a true tough guy (please don't try to say Moen because we all know he's a punching bag). Montreal, Tampa and Detroit all lack the fighting element. It's not to say those teams aren't capable elsewhere but they don't have an enforcer to assure the monkey business is properly dealt with.Reply
Godard31
Feb 12, 2011 08:49 ET
AmenReply
LukeLaC
Feb 12, 2011 10:05 ET
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Fight at 59:35
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:09ThrownLanded   Big   
 Max Pacioretty 6'2'' 2217lb 5000None
 Adam McQuaid 6'4'' 2212lb 5210
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Feb 10, 2011 14:11 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
2
After the brawl, Adam McQuaid comes out and wants a fight with Max Pacioretty who was involved in an earlier scrum where he went after Steven Kampfer and ended up tangled up with Zdeno Chara. McQuaid shoves Pacioretty against the boards and drops his gloves but then a referee comes in and attempts to stop the fight. McQuaid misses a right and Pacioretty's jersey comes up over his head while his helmet and visor falls off. McQuaid tries to get in position to throw but the referees stay in there and McQuaid only misses one weak right before stopping. McQuaid's angry with the referees afterwards for not letting him keep fighting. Pacioretty didn't want to go here but no punches were landed by McQuaid so I call it a draw. Really bad fight.
bulls1815
516 fight reviews

Feb 9, 2011 19:03 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
3
McQuaid narrow win i guess, but unfair due to MaxP having no interest in fighting back
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Feb 10, 2011 04:54 ET
Draw
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
2
The refs ruined it with their early interference. McQuaid threw one or two rights but I'm not sure if he landed anything because of a crap camerawork. I call it a draw. Nothing fight anyways.
zonkedforlife
878 fight reviews

Sep 18, 2011 15:06 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
2
Mcquaid finds Pacioretty and throws a couple while the linesman jump in
Bruins101
20 fight reviews

Apr 21, 2015 17:27 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win
Fight called Unfair by Anthony19 on Feb 9, 2011
Reason: Too much interference by the refs
 Fun 
3
Not much in this one but mcquaid landed one punch and pacioretty didn't so I guess Mcquaid gets the narrow win but this could have been fun to watch without the linesman around
Messages
Stob
Feb 9, 2011 19:05 ET
Comment tu fais pour donner l'avantage à un gars qui n'a pas donné UN coup ?Reply
millman52
Feb 9, 2011 19:05 ET
unfairReply
grifter077
Feb 9, 2011 19:41 ET
Price on Thomas - nothing fight
Krejci on Pouliot - Pouliot is a about a foot taller
Moen on Ference - narrow Win for Moen...since he is the toughest on Montreal, wonder what would have happend against Lucic or Thornton....
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Sapunka16
Feb 9, 2011 20:43 ET
Was this the one where three refs jumped on them like velociraptors jumping on the tyrannosaurus at the end of jurassic park?Reply
kmyeakel
Feb 9, 2011 22:07 ET
McQuaid gets a double minor for roughingReply
tyorke1
Feb 10, 2011 03:35 ET
Quote from message by grifter077
Price on Thomas - nothing fight
Krejci on Pouliot - Pouliot is a about a foot taller
Moen on Ference - narrow Win for Moen...since he is the toughest on Montreal, wonder what would have happend against Lucic or Thornton....
With all the bruin cherry picking, price shoulf have give it to Thomas, I thought the league was protecting guys that don't fight, what a joke team. There allot quiter against pittsburg!!!
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nefraz
Feb 10, 2011 04:09 ET
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Ganon18
Feb 10, 2011 04:57 ET
I don't think this fight should be called unfair.Reply
no.7
Feb 10, 2011 06:23 ET
Why not? The refs started to interfere from the start and separated them when they looked intent on having a proper fight (or at least McQuaid did) and before it had been decided.Reply
grifter077
Feb 10, 2011 09:56 ET
Cherry Picking? Who should Boston gone after? Go down the roster and let me know....Reply
grifter077
Feb 10, 2011 10:01 ET
Not to mention Max gave Chara a shot after he scored the game winner in Montreal last game. If you want to agitate like that, prepare to pay the pipper. The Bruins have long memories.Reply
weylax09
Feb 10, 2011 15:53 ET
i don't get how you can call the bruins spot pickers.. who are they supposed to fight subban? nah he's to pussy for that... oh how about hal gill .. no he's a giant pussy.. yah so I don't really know who else the bruins are supposed to go after.Reply
Laraque17
Feb 11, 2011 14:56 ET
Quote from message by weylax09
i don't get how you can call the bruins spot pickers
They're not spot pickers, they fought the players who were on the ice. There's nothing wrong with that at all. I don't believe in players giving other players a break because they're not as good to fight or not as frequent in fighting. But I think I speak for all the habs fans on here when I say, who cares. Bruins fans are bragging and runnning their mouth about how Shawn Thornton and Johnny Boychuck laid beatings on Spacek and Hamrlik. Two canadians beating up two old european goats isn't exactly a big accomplishment, or surprise. So what's the big deal?
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Tomahawkchopper
Feb 12, 2011 11:30 ET
Are you implying that the Bruins would be afraid of Pittsburgh in a brawl? I have to laugh at that comment. Thornton already dispatched Goddard earlier this year. Boston has Chara, Lucic, McQuaid, Boychuk, Stuart, and a guy like McGrattan that is just sitting in Providence waiting for the call-up. Pittsburgh would get destroyed by the Bruins in a brawl.
The only teams that are as tough as Boston are Philly and the Isles. The Isles PUMMELED the Penguins last night.
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