|Date / Time||Away / Home Team||Away / Home Player|
|Mar 13, 2004||Calgary Flames||Krzysztof Oliwa|
|2pd 10:26||Nashville Predators||Jim McKenzie|
|These two heavies are circling each and they come together quickly. Jimmy Mac starts it off by throwing about four right hands that either miss or graze helmet. McKenzie then changes to the left and sneaks one in that doesn't do any damage. Oliwa is backing away, trying to load up the big right hand and throws it, but it doesn't land because Jimmy Mac is trying to throw at the same time which causes them to kind of stumble forward and off-balance. Jimmy Mac throws an overhand right that might have connected and Oliwa throws two right hands, the second landing flush and hard. Oliwa throws another hard right hand that doesn't connect and McKenzie ducks forward to avoid the punches. McKenzie then comes up throwing a left and Oliwa throws a right and they both look to connect. Oliwa then throws three rights, two which land, and McKenzie throws a left that doesn't. Oliwa throws five hard rights with four landing flush to the face. McKenzie had his head down and is throwing lefts at the same time in a kind of toe to toe scrap and lands a couple of punches, but not as hard as Oliwa's. They come together and grapple for a bit and Oliwa throws a hard right uppercut that lands and snaps McKenzie's head back. This seemed to stun McKenzie and Oliwa looks to go for the kill and kind of pushes him over. Jimmy Mac rolls with the throw and comes back on top with his right arm cocked back, but respectfully doesn't throw.|
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