|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Mar 8, 2003||Washington Capitals||Alex Henry|
|1pd 10:12||Boston Bruins||P.J. Stock|
|On the ensuining faceoff after Oliwa-Peat, Stock and Henry go in another classic. They squareoff for a couple of seconds, then they move in and grab. Henry throws a couple of rights which miss and Stock turns southpaw and throws some lefts, which come up short. Henry then gets the right lined up and lands about 4-5 hard rights until Stock comes up with a right of his own that lands flush and snaps Henry's head back. Stock quickly switches back to the left and lands 2-3 to a stunned Henry. They clutch and Henry regains his composure and lands another good right followed by more clutching. Stock lands one more right which looks to be all helmet, and the linesmen come in. Stock was opened up again and was bleeding pretty good.|
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