1497 fight reviews
Feb 10, 2005 07:46 ET
|This was the first brawl Windsor had seen in at least a year, if not two. Much over-due, in the eyes of some Windsor fans (including yours truly). |
At the end of the second, Dave Lomas catches Benoit Pouliot with a hit and Pouliot goes down. McQuaid flies in and goes after Lomas, as they start to talk. This brings everyone in. Before you know it, Garlock and Staal are pushing and shoving, as are Stortini and McPhee.
DiDiomete is off the bench for the end of the period, so he rushes in to help Staal, who's not faring too well against Garlock. DiDiomete and Garlock have a good tilt, with Garlock getting the decision.
While that's going on, just before Garlock and DiDiomete start, McQuaid and Lomas drop the mitts. McQuaid uses his size to pound the top of Lomas' head, but it was an overall good fight, too.
Stortini and McPhee had dropped the mitts by this point. McPhee landed one good right, then they fell to the ice, where Stortini threw a few punches while having McPhee in a headlock.
While all of this is happening, Eaton and Downie dropped the mitts near center ice. They have a toe-to-toe, spin-a-roonie fight at center ice. Just when they think they're done, nope, they start up again. It was nearly two rounds, with the fight lasting over a minute long. They didn't stop throwing, either. One of the better tilts of the year, for sure.
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