Nov 7, 2011
NY Islanders - Boston2-6

Summary Of Events
1  1:35  Fight  Martin-McQuaid
2  44:09  Injury   2 players 
3  55:45  Hit  Pandolfo-Boychuk

Fight at 1:35
HeightWeightPunchesBlood
Duration 0:50ThrownLanded   Big   
 Matt Martin 6'3'' 1220lb 8531A Bit
 Adam McQuaid 6'4'' 1212lb 81880
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 SarcasticPillow
19579 fight reviews
137 fight logs

Nov 8, 2011 14:14 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
Matt Martin and Adam McQuaid drop the gloves right off a draw and they square each other up. After they get their grip with the left hand, Martin jersey jabs a couple times before putting his head down while McQuaid begins to throw. Out of eight fast rights, McQuaid connects on four though none land well. Martin misses only one right while McQuaid is throwing and they pause once he's done. Martin throws a couple more jersey jabs and then just lands a right before McQuaid counters, missing a right as Martin gets his head down in time to avoid it. Martin throws another couple jersey jabs and then pulls McQuaid in closer as he lands a right. Martin turns away but lands a right, however McQuaid lands two rights of his own afterwards. McQuaid then lands a right as Martin throws two rights and lands one. McQuaid then misses a right and jersey jabs once as Martin gets his head up and turns back facing McQuaid. They pause but then Martin throws a few jersey jabs that get him turned away again and McQuaid lands a right, tries to tear off Martin's helmet but can't, and then lands a right again. Martin counters with a landing right as he turns back to McQuaid who then jersey jabs and misses a right while spinning. Martin gets tripped up and drops to a knee and although he bounces up, the linesmen jump in and stop the fight. Decent tilt. McQuaid landed considerably more than Martin but was bloodied after the fight, leaking from the nose. Edge McQuaid.
 BattleshipRules
12647 fight reviews

May 6, 2012 03:11 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
6
McQuaid and Martin decided to drop the gloves right after the puck was dropped. Adam got a good grip on Matt's jersey and as a result made it difficult for Martin to connect with the right hand. Martin decided to throw jersey jabs, while McQuaid threw some right crosses.

Martin landed a jersey jab and McQuaid landed a couple of body punches. Adam missed with some right hands to the head. Martin landed a few grazing jersey jabs. McQuaid went back to throwing right hands to the head. This time he was more accurate with his blows.

McQuaid landed a partial connect to the head. Martin landed a good right hand counter. Then, McQuaid landed a couple of solid connects to the face. Adam landed a good jersey jab that landed with some pop. Martin came back with a couple more jersey jabs that were modest connects. Adam landed another partial connect. Martin landed a good right to the head. McQuaid finished up by landing a solid punch.

This was a narrow victory for McQuaid. He landed a few more punches along the way with slightly better impact. Martin landed a couple of solid right hands and cut McQuaid somewhere along the line. Adam deserves the win for connecting with better right hands along the way.
kmyeakel
207 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 16:16 ET
Draw Fun 
4
Martin and McQuaid dropped the gloves after the Bruins made it 1-0. McQuaid connects with a couple of punches and so did Martin. The fight ends in front of the Bruins bench
WWGRD
725 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 18:14 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
6
michiann
3652 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 19:17 ET
Draw Fun 
N/A
Mcquaid was actually winning throughout most of the fight with a full facial punch and a jersey-jab. Then, towards the end of the match, martin throws a jersey-jab of his own and then finally connects with a full facial punch. Throughout this fight there were alot of over the shoulder punches & other type negligible punches that just don't count when evaluating. Overall draw in a long but bad-quality fight.
Sabbath
516 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 22:35 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
6
Rango38
1568 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2011 04:04 ET
Draw Fun 
5
Based solely on the punch count, you would think that Martin got clobbered here, but that wasn't the case.

Both guys landed their share of jersey jabs, but many of McQuaid's big punch attempts did not connect. To me, the punch by Martin that drew blood would seem to offset the fact that McQuaid was more on the offensive (i.e., quality counteracts quantity), so I'm going to call it a draw.
Ganon18
3346 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2011 10:09 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
McQuaid got cut a bit but he definitely landed more and better shots, Martin was mostly jerseyjabbing and didn't connect with anything good. Narrow win McQuaid.
mullet
19571 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2011 10:30 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
lundy6
44 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2011 11:15 ET
Adam McQuaid clear win Fun 
6
gotta give this one to adam based on the amount of punches thrown
Killer44
474 fight reviews

Nov 8, 2011 18:44 ET
Draw Fun 
5
weylax09
329 fight reviews

Nov 9, 2011 14:43 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
itsJ.Millertime
10611 fight reviews

Nov 11, 2011 06:17 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
6
NhlGuy73
399 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2012 16:58 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
FrAn6
3528 fight reviews

Oct 12, 2013 16:07 ET
Adam McQuaid clear win Fun 
5
Penguins.Bees.Fan82
3232 fight reviews

Oct 24, 2013 17:02 ET
Adam McQuaid narrow win Fun 
5
Messages
napes
Nov 7, 2011 16:46 ET
McQuaids first tilt since his injury and Martin splits him open just below the mouth sending McQuaid off for repairs. Not a bad little scrap. Draw, maybe edge Martin for drawing blood.Reply
TheDanLine
Nov 7, 2011 18:05 ET
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Injury at 44:09
NY Islanders PlayersBoston Players
Duration N/A  Steve Staios     Daniel Paille   
# Players Involved: 2
Blood: A Lot
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CHLfan
1408 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 18:19 ET
Took a Steve Staios slapshot to the face. Ugly looking, lots of blood. Emotion 
N/A
metz87
17 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 18:43 ET
That was ugly. I think he may be out for awile. At least he had a shield on, if he didn't it could have kiled him. Let's hope they never try to end fighting in the NHL. I am all for safety but hockey is danerous and meant to be in some ways due to the high rate of speed that the puck goes. If they do try to ban fighting it will be the death of the NHL, I will not watch it anymore and I know I will not be the only one. Emotion 
7
Sabbath
516 fight reviews

Nov 7, 2011 22:35 ET
 Emotion 
6
Messages
Owned33
Nov 7, 2011 18:35 ET
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Owned33
Nov 7, 2011 18:46 ET
Still gonna lose your teeth with the visor on. The best protection is obviously going to be cages, don't why they have never considered them if they want to do anything about safety.Reply
the247editor
Nov 7, 2011 19:38 ET
You won't watch hockey if they ban fighting in the NHL? Glad you're a true hockey fan...geez. I love a good hockey fight but I also really enjoy the quality of hockey played at the Olympics which doesn't have any fighting. If pugilism goes - oh well...time to watch some more UFC I guess but I will never stop loving this game.Reply
Fighting101
Nov 7, 2011 20:47 ET
Quote from message by the247editor
You won't watch hockey if they ban fighting in the NHL? Glad you're a true hockey fan...geez. I love a good hockey fight but I also really enjoy the quality of hockey played at the Olympics which doesn't have any fighting. If pugilism goes - oh well...time to watch some more UFC I guess but I will never stop loving this game.
I didn't make that quote, but I think it sure would be hard to watch the NHL if they ever banned fighting. I love the WC's and Olympics too, and you are right it's great even though there is no fighting. The NHL playoffs make for some of the most exciting moments you can watch, again hardly (if any) fighting. However, an 82 game season without any fights? I don't know. The long regular season just doesn't compare to the Olympics.
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Habsfan18
Nov 7, 2011 21:04 ET
Even if they ban fighting you will always see a scrap once in a while. Just take a look at the European leagues, they're not allowed to fight but they do so.Reply
Rango38
Nov 8, 2011 04:15 ET
Quote from message by Owned33
Still gonna lose your teeth with the visor on. The best protection is obviously going to be cages, don't why they have never considered them if they want to do anything about safety.
I'm not sure that the League will ever mandate the use of cages, but I can see the shields being made mandatory within the next few years.
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Sabresfan92
Nov 8, 2011 05:13 ET
If this doesnt make people want to wear visors i dont know what will, if he didnt have his on i can only imagine how much worse that would be.Reply
NhlFan91
Nov 8, 2011 08:27 ET
Quote from message by Fighting101
I didn't make that quote, but I think it sure would be hard to watch the NHL if they ever banned fighting. I love the WC's and Olympics too, and you are right it's great even though there is no fighting. The NHL playoffs make for some of the most exciting moments you can watch, again hardly (if any) fighting. However, an 82 game season without any fights? I don't know. The long regular season just doesn't compare to the Olympics.
82 games with no fighting the NHL would go under, think of how crazy the crowd goes when someone fights you can't compare the OG or the playoffs to a full 82 game slate.
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NhlFan91
Nov 8, 2011 08:27 ET
Quote from message by Habsfan18
Even if they ban fighting you will always see a scrap once in a while. Just take a look at the European leagues, they're not allowed to fight but they do so.
NHL needs fighting if it looses fighting NHL ratings will crash
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tampa22
Nov 8, 2011 08:34 ET
Quote from message by the247editor
You won't watch hockey if they ban fighting in the NHL? Glad you're a true hockey fan...geez. I love a good hockey fight but I also really enjoy the quality of hockey played at the Olympics which doesn't have any fighting. If pugilism goes - oh well...time to watch some more UFC I guess but I will never stop loving this game.
I'm from Argentina and if the NHL ban fights, I will not follow this sport anymore. I pay NHL gamecenter, do my best to save money and fly to Tampa, and follow the sport since 1995. This new NHL sucks, my team with a coach and GM who are against fights, especially Yzerwoman.
I don't think they ban it, but if the NHL do something like that, should be a stupid move and lost fans.
I don't like UFC, I like a team sport plus fights and this sport is best combination!
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Ganon18
Nov 8, 2011 10:15 ET
Well if they ban fighting now I wouldn't care that much. Not much to watch anyway.Reply
metz87
Nov 8, 2011 10:22 ET
Ok maybe some people will still watch it but if they ban hitting and fighting then what are you left with guy skaitng around with the puck with no physcial contact allowed? I say that because it looks like we are headed that way now that you can not hit a guy if he has your back turned to you since you will get suspended. I have ntoiced there are not as many fights this year so far as there was last year. i tihnk that this let's go after everyone who gets hit when they aren't looking has sometihng to do with it, no reason to retaliate or fight.Reply
NhlFan91
Nov 8, 2011 10:25 ET
Quote from message by metz87
Ok maybe some people will still watch it but if they ban hitting and fighting then what are you left with guy skaitng around with the puck with no physcial contact allowed? I say that because it looks like we are headed that way now that you can not hit a guy if he has your back turned to you since you will get suspended. I have ntoiced there are not as many fights this year so far as there was last year. i tihnk that this let's go after everyone who gets hit when they aren't looking has sometihng to do with it, no reason to retaliate or fight.
I think we all need to ban together and let the NHL how we feel
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itsJ.Millertime
Nov 11, 2011 06:22 ET
I am a big "hockey fan" as I have been following the sport since the late 70s, have attended hundreds of live games and watched thousands on tv but I stopped watching the "new" nhl a couple years ago and stopped watching hockey altogether last season. The sport has become a joke and an embarassment to the word "hockey". I question anyone who calls himself a true fan and says this garbage is a good representation of what hockey is supposed to be.Reply


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