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Another Busy Night

| John Chandler

The pace that the first couple days of preseason action set in terms of fighting earlier this week has yet to slow down as 18 fights occurred in 10 games last night, led by a… Read more

Stars and Blues Get Busy

| John Chandler

In a preview of what may happen between the two teams later this season, the Stars and Blues clashed in a rough one last night in St. Louis, combining for 117 PIM and four fights.… Read more

Fighting Finns

| John Chandler

The FEL‘s inaugural regular season has begun and we’re covering it here at hockeyfights.com. Just like the KHL, we’ve set up a page for it to display the latest fights and videos, top leaders, schedule… Read more

Grenier Expecting to Meet Simon in KHL

| John Chandler

Martin Grenier and Chris Simon never fought during their playing years in North America, but Grenier plans to change that once their respective teams meet in the newly formed Kontinental Hockey League in Russia. (Their… Read more

Ground and Chuk

| John Chandler

From mark6mauno on Flickr Count Darcy Hordichuk of the Vancouver Canucks as another hockey player that has implemented mixed martial arts into his off-ice training. Hordichuk spent two weeks this summer at the Pit, home… Read more

Sugden Support Grows

| John Chandler

Some fans have organized a petition in an attempt to convince the NHL and/or the teams that rejected Brandon Sugden‘s training camp shot with the New York Islanders to possibly change their minds. With close… Read more

Melrose Could Turn Lightning Into Cult Favorite

| John Chandler

If you’re a fan of the Tampa Bay Lightning and rough and tumble hockey, you might have something extra to look forward to this season besides the team’s potential resurrection due to a productive off-season.… Read more

Sugden’s NHL Bid Blocked

| John Chandler

Brandon Sugden‘s dream of getting one more shot at making it into the NHL has suddenly come crashing to a halt. After scoring an invitation to attend training camp with the New York Islanders, all… Read more

Mirasty’s NHL Chances Increasing

| John Chandler

It’s a story that could be made into a book some day. After years toiling around in lower-level minor leagues, cutting his teeth in Quebec’s infamous LNAH, and temporarily calling it quits, Jon Mirasty will… Read more

Pest vs Pest

| John Chandler

When the Stars signed Sean Avery to a four-year deal last month, everyone else in the league cringed. The NHL’s two biggest pests on the same team? Say no more. However the Dallas Morning News… Read more