NHL Fight Log

2002-2003 Regular Season

 
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Nov 09, 2002 Ottawa Senators Dennis Bonvie
2pd 09:48 Boston Bruins Sean Brown
The puck is dropped and Brown throws a high cross check on Bonvie and they drop em. They square off and Brown starts it off with a nice right catching Bonvie as he was reaching in to grab Brown's jersey. Brown lands as few more good rights as most of Bonvie's are coming up short. Brown throws a huge right which barely misses and spins Bonvie around and loses his balance as Bonvie lands on top of him and throws a late shot or two while Brown is down. Bonvie got up and yelled at the ref about the cross check (which Brown got tossed for). Other Penalties: Brown received an attempt to injure match penalty.
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Nov 09, 2002 Ottawa Senators Shane Hnidy
2pd 04:00 Boston Bruins P.J. Stock
Stock hits Hnidy from behind into the boards and they skate up ice with Hnidy shoving Stock and knocking his helmet off. Stock plays the puck up ice, circles around the defensive zone, and hits Hnidy hard against the glass. The two then push and shove before dropping the gloves. Stock throws a quick uppercut and a right followed by two more rights to the back of Hnidy's helmet. The two wrestle around and Stock throws another short flurry that dislodges Hnidy's helmet from his head. Hnidy pins Stock up against the glass and throws two lefts, but Stock returns fire with four quick lefts, two of them connecting. Hnidy throws a few rabbit punches and an uppercut while Stock continues to try and get an arm free. Stock then pumps away with his right while Hnidy tries to move away from the punches. Stock then continues to throw a mix of rights and lefts at Hnidy who is unable to respond with very much. Stock eventually tires out and the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: P.J. Stock (71.4%) - Voted rating: 7.0
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Nov 09, 2002 Ottawa Senators Shane Hnidy
1pd 07:14 Boston Bruins P.J. Stock
PJ throws a check behind the net, and in return is hit with an elbow from Hnidy. PJ pushes him off and Hnidy drops the gloves. PJ also drops em', but just grabs on looking around trying to get the pp! Finally after eating a few shots he fights back and evens it up a bunch. Other Penalties: Hnidy received an instigator and misconduct.
Voted winner: Draw (76.9%) - Voted rating: 6.2
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Nov 08, 2002 Anaheim Ducks Mike Brown
2pd 14:05 Colorado Avalanche D.J. Smith
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Nov 08, 2002 Edmonton Oilers Steve Staios
1pd 15:37 New York Islanders Steve Webb
Webb runs Staios and off come the gloves. Webb lands a few rights while having Staios' right tied up pretty good. Staios throws a wild right which comes up with air. Staios goes down with Webb on top. Other Penalties: Webb received a roughing.
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Nov 08, 2002 Edmonton Oilers Georges Laraque
1pd 14:17 New York Islanders Eric Cairns
Square off at Islanders blue-line. You can hear the anticipation in the crowd. The fight doesn't live up to expectations though. Cairns comes in first, and Laraque gets the helmet off and lands 3 lefts to the back and side of Cairns' head. Cairns goes to the ice off balance with Laraque on top.
Voted winner: Draw (61.5%) - Voted rating: 2.2
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Nov 08, 2002 Edmonton Oilers Jason Smith
1pd 03:57 New York Islanders Jason Wiemer
Weimer gives Staios a hard hit in the corner. Smith immediatly makes a bee-line for Weimer and they drop the gloves. A lot of wrestling and noogies, as they were in real tight. More wrestling, and the linesmen come in to break it up. Other Penalties: Smith received an instigator and misconduct.
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Nov 07, 2002 Atlanta Thrashers Jeff Odgers
1pd 12:50 Chicago Blackhawks Jason Strudwick
Big surprise, Odgers spills blood in another good toe-to-toe affair. Odgers begins landing the better shots as they trade an equal amount of punches. Strudwick stops as he winces a bit from the Odgers barrage of short rights. They get twisted around and switch hands several times as they continue to land and throw. Strudwick now uses his reach and tosses in 2 good lefts to which Odgers counters with 2 lefts of his own. Good fight but shorter than Lessard/Vandy.
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Nov 07, 2002 Atlanta Thrashers Francis Lessard
1pd 02:37 Chicago Blackhawks Ryan VandenBussche
Lessard immediately looks for Vandy off the bench and away they go! Lessard starts off landing a few lefts and Vandy throws a few back. They grapple for a short time while Lessard says a few words, maybe telling him to open up and let the fists fly. Vandy then gets his left arm out of the jersey, but decides to break open with his right hand catching Lessard with a good shot. Then they trade more punches back and forth but not much landing clean. Lessard loses his balance and gets back up. Now the fun begins! Toe-to-toe baby! Both guys just trading punches... lots of them thrown, but again not many clean ones landing because of their positioning. Good, close fight.
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Nov 07, 2002 Columbus Blue Jackets Grant Marshall
2pd 18:26 St. Louis Blues Bryce Salvador
Starts after a colision behind the net. Starts in a flurry and ends as quickly. Salvador looked to land a few rights with Marshall trying to come back before they go to the ice.
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Nov 07, 2002 Buffalo Sabres Eric Boulton
2pd 03:53 Carolina Hurricanes Jesse Boulerice
Fair square off near center ice. Boulton starts with a big right that lands. Boulton throws another, misses, and slips. Both guys seem off-balance. Boulton throws some more rights to Boulerice's helmet. Boulerice throws and lands some rights of his own. Boulton gets Boulerice's jersey up and throws some uppercuts that seemed to connect. Spirited battle here, looked like Boulerice was bleeding from the mouth.
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Nov 05, 2002 Los Angeles Kings Ian Laperriere
3pd 15:28 San Jose Sharks Bryan Marchment
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Nov 05, 2002 Washington Capitals Stephen Peat
1pd 12:25 Columbus Blue Jackets Jody Shelley
They drop the gloves and have a nice squareoff as they come out of the penalty box. Peat immediately lands about five hard rights to Shelley's face. Jody throws a couple of rights with little damage, though they might have given Peat a little drip from the nose. They tie each other up and Peat switches to the left. He lands two hard lefts and Jody goes to a knee.
Voted winner: Stephen Peat (80.0%) - Voted rating: 7.9
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Nov 04, 2002 Calgary Flames Craig Berube
1pd 06:27 New York Islanders Eric Cairns
Early in the first period these two decide to give it a go behind the play. Nice fair square off they, lunge in and grab a hold of each other. Cairns lands a couple of grazers, then Berube lands a clean, straight-right to the chin of Cairns that didn't effect him at all. Cairns then uses his reach and "jerseys him" with the left. Berube's trying, but coming up short. The jersey comes over Berube's head and Cairns is ready to take over, throwing a couple of grazing rights with Berube twisted and bent over, but then the linesman comes in and its over. Cairns looks pissed off.
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Nov 03, 2002 Edmonton Oilers Georges Laraque
2pd 07:15 Chicago Blackhawks Shawn Thornton
Thornton gets started first and fires a few punches, some of which land. Laraque then loses his balance, but comes back and overpowers Thornton with his counter punches, and knocks Thornton to his knees. Laraque throws a couple more as the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: Shawn Thornton (71.4%) - Voted rating: 5.5
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