1 punch..............henrique wins. Why bother
Only a Rangers fan could call this a McD win or even a draw.
Throwing only 1 or 2 punches isn't a fight. These guys should apologize to the hockey world for trying to end a no fight streak with such a crappy "fight".
draw and 2.it was short fight but i like to see guys who are not expected to fight in play off to drop their gloves
I don't see how this is a win for Henrique. He threw one punch and crumpled over...sure it conneted, but McD wasn't even phased by it. He would have easily lost had he stayed up. Draw at most.
Henrique won that fight twice. first in the actual fight part and second for taking one of the rangers best players off the ice. that's like trading a rook for a queen.
over before it started
"nait" nailed it. When you drop the mitts, don't forget, like McD, your opponent has a right and a left fist. McD forget about the left one.
Henrique wit 2 lefts, Ryan with nothing. Win Henrique.
not much to it .henrique by one punch
Henrique with the win. He landed the only punch and took the Ranger's best "D" off the ice for 5 minutes and a goal!
Finally another fight! But it was a crap one, and between two guys i didn't expect to drop em, easy win Henrique.
two landed ... all by Henrique ='s Winner
Henrique with the lefts....
Henrique caught McDonagh with that surprise left. Henrique is fortunate his nose wasn't sliced off by linesman Jean Morin's (#97) skate blade.
Rangers playing 'the right way".. -suck punch vulnerable overage goaltenders with 6'4" tough guys -take liberties on diminutive skill players with 'grinders' who don't get credit for their noble play -bitch to the media about team counteracting their excitement killing play -leave their feet, get their elbows up and finish late on every play forcing the referees to choose between affecting the outcome of games or letting the boys play and ignore picks, slashes, cross checks and every other type of interference possible -bitch to the media about how opponents go down after being elbowed in the head -refuse challenges from opposing 'grinders' after taking liberties on diminutive soft skill players Since this has become a blueprint for success in the NHL post season, it seems to me that it's the only way to play
king henrique showing the blueskirts whos boss! :D
Henrique stuns McDonagh with a left and #27 in white falls on Henny. The big key here was the tradeoff. What would you rather lose, a 2nd line center or a top-pair defenseman? Devils win the game, the tradeoff, and this fight.
frap boom bang
win Rico Suave
Hell of a left by Henrique ended this fight early. Obvious win Henrique.
Henrique's two lefts give him the win in not much of a fight
Clear win for Henrique in a crap fight. How could you miss the five cross-checking penalties that caused this fight?
If all you boobs watch this fight McDonagh actually comes across with a right catching Henrique with his elbow DRAW!
one punch and done!