|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Oct 10, 1996||Dallas Stars||Grant Marshall|
|1pd 18:21||New York Rangers||Alexander Karpovtsev|
|The fight starts beside the Rangers' net. Marshall and Karpovtsev each drop their gloves and grab on. They start off exchanging a few rights a piece, nothing really landing. Marshall switches to the left and throws the next five punches. The first seems to catch Karpovtsev, who was surprised by the change, but he fended off the rest. Karpovtsev's right hand is caught up in his jersey. He is trying to get it out when Marshall tries going with the left some more, and as Marshall starts throwing they also start spinning. Karpovtsev does a good job fending off more of Marshall's punches. Karpovtsev gets his arm free of Marshall's grip and hits the back of Marshall's head twice. He then tries two uppercuts that come up short. Marshall answers with two lefts that hit Karpovtsev's shoulder. They start grappling and each throw a couple of short punches. while they're in-close Karpovtsev gets his right arm out of his jersey and each player starts throwing big punches, Marshall with the left and Karpovtsev with the right. Each throws five or six, but only one or two land for each. Marshall takes a huge left swing that misses and the momentum causes him to be hunched over. With Karpovtsev leaning on him the linesmen come in and break them up. Other Penalties: Karpovtsev received a game misconduct.|
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