|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Nov 2, 2006||New York Islanders||Arron Asham|
|1pd 02:47||New Jersey Devils||Cam Janssen|
|Right off of the faceoff, the two fling the gloves and sticks aside, squaring off in the middle of the New Jersey zone. They grab ahold of each other and Asham starts things off with a series of jersey-jabs mixed in with two long rights. Janssen returns fire with a right and they go back and forth with the right hand, each landing one or two. Asham throws two rights, one of them knocking Janssen's helmet off just before Janssen fires away with a right and shakes off his elbow pad. They exchange a few jersey-jabs and rights until they nearly lose their balance. The linesmen start to come in, but are quickly waved off by Janssen. They spend the rest of the fight going back and forth with rights, jabs, and uppercuts: Janssen getting the better of the exchange. Asham gets turned around and that signals that it's time for the linesmen to move in and end the scrap.|
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