Burakovsky received an instigator and misconduct
Last years perfected art of coming to the aid of a teammate in need and losing the fight continues. Win Coleman.
Points taken away from the announcer for calling Burakovsky a Russian.
Good enough for Burakovsky's first NHL fight and kudos for him for jumping Coleman right off to stand up for his teammate. But he's gotta learn to dig his skates in a little more for those swings. Lost his balance pretty fast. Maybe ask Wilson for tips.
Questionable play by Coleman leads to a fight against one of the least likely fighters in the NHL. Regardless, win for Coleman
Good job by Bura standing up for his teammate after the cheap shot on Orlov. As someone else mentioned, he even waited for Coleman to drop his gloves. It's obvious he's not a fighter, but held his own and managed not to get hurt. I'm pretty sure he and Wilson are close friends. I'd normally suggest Wilson giving him some tips, but the way the NHL is going it'll likely be Bura's last fight.
coleman fought in preseason but it's 1st nhl fight for both...orlov was chasing puck with coleman right behind him and orlov lost footing after little tap from coleman in full speed at the boards resulting in ugly fall into the boards.burakovsky rushed to avenge it. he was doing well until the point when coleman took over and burakovsky desperately waited for linesmen to save him.they let coleman fullfil the win....gave it 5
Coleman makes a chicken chit hit and then slaps the euro around a bit. Good on he Cap for stepping up. Where was Wilson?
Coleman gets a gravy lick in 'Act 1' before getting carved up in 'Act 2'... #40 FTW
For someone who never fought before in the NHL, gotta give Burakovsky credit for standing up for his teammate. But it's not his forte.
For his first nhl scrap, bura does well! He lands a few good punches, but overall this fight is still won by coleman, especially towards the end.
Burakovsky had the opportunity to pummel Coleman, but he waited for him to get his gloves off, like a gentleman, even thought he was there to make Coleman pay for the dirty push on his teammate. The simultaneous punches were actually a win for Kovsky, but Coleman proceeded to pummel him after that.
Coleman doesn't exactly get his Khamic justice this time out... but Wilson eventually does what Burakovsky couldn't
Chicken shit play by Coleman but he gets the win and a 3. Luckily for Coleman Wilson wasn't on the ice
Burakovsky sets out to exact revenge but winds up ducking punches. Honorable but ineffective.
don't think there was anything intentional, but orolov is lucky he didn't break an ankle.
burakovsky jumped to the defense of his teammate didn't work out well for him but still good job