We’re a couple of weeks into the NHL season now and the numbers look the same as last season, at least the average number of fights.
Fights per game is level with 2013-14. Where things differ are the frequency per game of fights. Only one game has had more than one fight so far (Winnipeg at Los Angeles on Oct. 12th). That means the number of games with fights — or more precisely, a fight — is up, way up, for the moment.
|Buffalo Sabres||San Jose Sharks||4:00 PM||Preview|
|Boston Bruins||Toronto Maple Leafs||7:00 PM||Preview|
|New York Rangers||Montreal Canadiens||7:00 PM||Preview|
|New Jersey Devils||Ottawa Senators||7:00 PM||Preview|
|Dallas Stars||New York Islanders||7:00 PM||Preview|
|Detroit Red Wings||Philadelphia Flyers||7:00 PM||Preview|
|Chicago Blackhawks||St. Louis Blues||8:00 PM||Preview|
|Pittsburgh Penguins||Nashville Predators||8:00 PM||Preview|
|Tampa Bay Lightning||Minnesota Wild||8:00 PM||Preview|
|Florida Panthers||Arizona Coyotes||9:00 PM||Preview|
|Washington Capitals||Calgary Flames||10:00 PM||Preview|