|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Jan 21, 2002||St. Louis Blues||Reed Low|
|3pd 05:46||Boston Bruins||P.J. Stock|
|Right off of the faceoff they drop the gloves and square off in front of the Blues' net. They grab ahold of each other and Low starts things off with a series of five straight rights. Stock returns fire with a left of his own and they start going toe-to-toe with rapid fire punches: Stock with the left, Low with the right. They continue to throw non-stop for a long while until Low grabs Stock and switches hands, throwing a left. They go toe-to-toe once again for a short moment, this time with the opposite hand for each. They spin around and Low gets in a right. Stock answers with a flurry of six lefts and then four rights. Low comes back with three rights and then loses his balance, allowing Stock to get in a left. They then go back and forth with a mix of lefts and rights while spinning around until they finally decide to just hold on and let the linesmen intervene.|
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