Jim Vandermeer

2002-2003 Regular Season Fight Card
Position: D
Birthday: Feb 21, 1980
From: Caroline, AB Canada
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 208 lbs.
AHL Fights: 6
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. Andrew Peters
3 Pd 4:52
@LHV ROC Andrew Peters
Other penalties: Peters received an unsportsmanlike conduct and a match penalty; Kirby Law an unsportsmanlike conduct; Vandermeer an unsportsmanlike conduct and a game misconduct.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. Eric Laplante
1 Pd 19:45
@LHV CLE Eric Laplante
Other penalties: Jim Fahey and Peter Vandermeer each received a roughing.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. Rob Davison
2 Pd 19:37
@LHV CLE Rob Davison
Other Penalties: Davison received an instigator and misconduct; Vandermeer a boarding.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Mike Smith vs. Jim Vandermeer
3 Pd 20:0
LHV @UTH Mike Smith
Other penalties: Vandermeer and Smith each received a game misconduct.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. Jeff Paul
3 Pd 16:34
@LHV HER Jeff Paul
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Francois Leroux vs. Jim Vandermeer
2 Pd 20:0
LHV @WBS Francois Leroux
Other penalties: Vandermeer and Leroux each received a game misconduct.
NHL Fights: 5
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jason Marshall vs. Jim Vandermeer
1 Pd 12:26
PHI @MIN Jason Marshall
Vandermeer hits Marshall in the corner, they push and shove and the gloves come off at the same time. Each grab with one hand and fire with the other. Both landed punches, Vandermeer landed the best one of the fight, a right square to the nose of Marshall, that bloodied him a little bit.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. Ryan VandenBussche
3 Pd 19:53
@PHI CHI Ryan VandenBussche
Voted winner:  Ryan VandenBussche   (28.6%) - Voted rating: 7.3
After some grinding in the corner, the puck comes out and Vandenbussche tries to leave, but Jim gives him an extra push. Ryan turns around and off come the gloves. After a brief square off, they come together and Vandenbussche starts with the left and Jimmy with the rights. They trade punches toe to toe for about 10 seconds, then Jimmy lands a solid right to Vandenbussche's noogin, and a follow-up punch lands square and bloodies Ryan V. Vandenbussche goes to the right and Jimmy to the left and they trade toe to toe again for about 8 seconds and then Vandenbussche tires out while Jimmy is smiling. Ryan gives Jim a bit of a facewash as the linesmen break them up.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Krzysztof Oliwa vs. Jim Vandermeer
2 Pd 3:46
PHI @BOS Krzysztof Oliwa
Square off after a Bruin goal. Oliwa gets in a good right early, and then kind of lands/comes up short on three more. Vandy tied him up well, and a few nothing shots were exchanged. Vandermeer brought this one down to the ice and it's over.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
P.J. Stock vs. Jim Vandermeer
1 Pd 3:19
PHI @BOS P.J. Stock
Voted winner:  P.J. Stock   (75%) - Voted rating: 7.5
They square off at center ice and immediately tie each other up. They grapple for a few until Stock gets his right loose and lands a couple of good shots. Vandermeer gets loose too and lands some good lefts countered with more rights by PJ. Stock does a good job of switching up and lands more lefts and rights. Both combatants land great punches in this long battle, but Stock landed more. Vandermeer seemed to have a grin on his face the whole fight, but both players looked pretty beat up afterwards. Stock does his wave and appeared to be bleeding and it looked like he had a small mouse under his eye. Great fight.
Date/Time For Against Opponent
Jim Vandermeer vs. David Ling
2 Pd 9:41
@PHI CBJ David Ling
They are on the boards, and both throw gloved shots. Gloves come off, Ling gets two rights in. Vandy throws two lefts, then gets the jersey up, throws two or three more rights and Ling goes down.