I've been going through some old tapes and am going to upload fights I don't currently see on youtube. Instead of creating new threads for each fight, I'm just going to throw them in here. Check back semi-regularily for updates.
From October 25, 2003. The late Wade Belak
drops the gloves with Washington's Stephen Peat
. The two had met at the end of the previous season and Peat really kicked the sh1t out of Belak badly. After his horrible showing in their previous battle, I wondered what Belak would bring in this fight. He didn't disappoint.
Belak finished his check on Peat along the boards, Peat issued the challenge and down came the gloves. Peat got a few flurries going with his left, but Belak threw a steady flow of rights (including a few nice uppercuts) and scored the win.
From the same game, Leafs rookie Matt Stajan
(he would make a bad habit of this) gets caught with his head down and is rocked by Jason Doig
. Tie Domi
is right there and steps in on Stajan's behalf.
Looked early like Tie was going spin Doig into oblivion, but Doig regains himself and does a good job of stealing the rest of the fight in a close battle. At one point around 50 seconds he throws 3 body shots and them comes upstairs and looks to blast Domi square in the mush.
Great hit by Doig, and a solid showing against Domi. He wears a visor and dropped the lid to start the fight. Domi (as he should and anyone who says different is wrong) drops his to even things out.
Not a fight, but here's Tom Fitzgerald
rocking Sergei Gonchar
from the same game.