|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Feb 20, 2004||Colorado Avalanche||Peter Worrell|
|3pd 15:07||Dallas Stars||Aaron Downey|
|The marathon begins. Downey throws off his gloves and challenges Worrell. McAllister drops his gloves and tries to square off with Downey but Downey skates around him to get to Worrell. Worrell then sheds his gloves and Downey gives him a "bring it on" wave, and then pulls up his sleeves. They begin to circle and shadow box. They each try and grab on a couple of times and don't have any luck. Downey finally tries a left that connects to Worrell's right shoulder and Downey then grabs onto Worrell. They grapple for a second and exchange short rights to the helmet. They grapple some more and Worrell throws a weak right that comes up short, then Worrell tries a body punch with the right. Worrell comes back to the head with two short rights that hit helmet or the back of Downey's neck. They grapple some more and Worrell tries two short rights that hit Downey's helmet. Worrell tries to get Downey's helmet off, but he can't. They grapple and spin some, and then Worrell tries a short right that comes up short. Downey responds with a right over the top that comes up short of Worrell's jaw. Worrell responds with two short rights Downey's helmet. Downey comes back with a right that might have landed to Worrell's jaw, but the camera angle makes it impossible to tell. Worrell responds with two rights. The first goes to Downey's body and the second comes over the top and hits Downey's helmet. Downey comes back with a short right to the back of Worrell's helmet. Worrell responds with two rights again. The first to the body and the second comes back to the head, which looked to connect with Downey's shoulder/face. They exchange rights to the helmet and then Worrell finally gets Downey's helmet off. They get in-close and Downey is shaking his head at the linesmen telling them not to come in. They grapple some and Downey tries to sneak in a right uppercut and it comes up short. Worrell comes back with two straight rights, the first comes up short and the second lands flush to Downey's face, but does nothing. Downey responds with four lefts over the top. The first one connects with Worrell's face and jars his head sideways. The next three hit shoulder or helmet. Worrell tries to come back with two rights that hit the side of Downey's head above the ear. Downey tried a right in the exchange that came up way short. They grapple a little more and Downey continues to shake off the linesmen. Worrell goes to the body with a right and Downey responds with a right that comes up short. Worrell comes back with a right that also comes up short. Downey throws a right that knocks Worrell's helmet off. They exchange rights over the top that hit the back of each other's head or back. Worrell goes back to the body with a right, and Downey comes back over the top with a right that comes up short. They exchange rights again, each come up short and then Worrell lands a right that lands flush on Downey's face, but doesn't faze Downey at all. They grapple some more and Worrell tries a right that hits Downey's back and then tries a left that comes up short. Downey tries to throw a left as the linesmen start to come in and hits Worrell's shoulder. They're broken up and the marathon bout is over. Several times during the fight the crowd chanted Downey's name.|
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