Steve Montador

2003-2004 Regular Season Fight Card

Position: D
Birthdate: Dec 21, 1979
From: Vancouver, BC ; Canada
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200lbs

NHL Fights: 8

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Date Time For Against Opponent
Nov 07, 2003 2pd 01:45 @ CAL MIN Alex Henry
They squareoff, move in and Montador lands a left. They start grappling and each is trying to sneak in rights, with no luck. Henry overpowers Montador in the grapplefest and Montador is pushed to the ice.
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Dec 02, 2003 1pd 12:14 @ CAL SAN Wayne Primeau
They drop the gloves near the benches. Primeau starts off with a couple of rights that don't connect too well. Montador tries a right, but Primeau has him tied up well and his right can't reach. Primeau throws a couple of more rights that don't do much while Montador ducks twice. Montador comes up from the second duck with the lefts, and on his second shot he nails Primeau causing him to move back and tilt his head. Montador follows up with two more lefts, the first hitting jersey, the second hitting Primeau solidly, making him go to a knee. Montador is on his back, and the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: Steve Montador (85.7%) - Voted rating: 5.8
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Dec 07, 2003 2pd 06:06 @ CAL PIT Matt Bradley
They drop them in the Flames zone and Bradley throws about 5 or 6 rights missing badly, then pops Montador with a solid right to the side of the head. He then continues to miss a right, and throws an uppercut while Montador misses a blind left. Montador lands a nothing left to Bradley's throat. Bradley brings an awkard right down on the back of Montador's head. Bradley has Montador's jersey and is pulling Montador down and into him.Bradley misses an uppercut, then a right to the back of Montador's neck. Montador throws two blind lefts that miss and Bradley tosses him on his head.
Voted winner: Matt Bradley (89.5%) - Voted rating: 3.8
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Dec 29, 2003 1pd 17:14 @ CAL MIN Jason Wiemer
Montador wants this one and Wiemer obliges. Looks like Montador may of landed the first one. Then Wiemer gets his arm out of his jersey and starts throwing and Montador falls down or is knocked down, Wiemer holds of for a little bit then starts throwing them again and the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: Jason Wiemer (95.5%) - Voted rating: 5.2
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Dec 29, 2003 2pd 03:26 @ CAL MIN Jason Wiemer
These two start chucking them again, and Wiemer is landing many rights as they're toe-to-toe. Montador switched from left to rights, although not landing many. They get pinned against the glass for a moment. Montador switches back to his right and pops Wiemer with one, that sends Wiemer's helmet flying. However, Wiemer is again landing rights, and has the control as Montador goes down to a knee as the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: Jason Wiemer (100.0%) - Voted rating: 7.4
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Jan 05, 2004 1pd 14:48 CAL @ NYR Pascal Rheaume
Looks like Rheaume instigated it. Montador was more active as they were in tight. He continues to throw punches until Rheaume gets him turned around and starts throwing punches. Montador's helmet is off now and appears to be bleeding slightly. They throw a few more until the linesmen come in and break it up.
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Jan 30, 2004 3pd 02:05 @ CAL CHI Travis Moen
Starts along the boards. They push and shove, drop the gloves and grab on. Moen has Montador bent over, and when Montador pops up he's helmetless, but throwing some lefts that connect. Moen throws a wild left that Montador ducks under. Montador switches, throws a right that doesn't get anything, then goes back to the left, which isn't hitting much either. The two are spinning awkwardly. Montador throws a couple of rights that don't reach a bent over Moen, who then straightens up to throw a big right that misses. He then tries another big right that hits Montador's shoulder. Some grappling and then the linesmen come in.
Voted winner: Steve Montador (66.7%) - Voted rating: 5.8
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Date Time For Against Opponent
Feb 11, 2004 1pd 13:46 CAL @ VAN Brad May
Short sqaure off and both guys start off with rights, each throw about three or four before May switches and starts throwing lefts. May has a good grip on Montador's jersey and starts throwing rights again. Montador is answering back with his own lefts, and then May lands a flurry of punches towards the end and pushes Montador down.
Voted winner: Brad May (100.0%) - Voted rating: 7.9
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