Posted on April 11 2010 by Tom Ferda.
ATLANTA, GA. – Last night in Atlanta, Matt Cooke took his act to Philips Arena and in a meaningless game decided to chase Thrashers rookie Evander Kane around challenging the youngster. Kane, who is named after Evander Holyfield, accepted the invitation and leveled Cooke with one punch, knocking him out cold.
Posted on June 22 2008 by J. Donetelli.
This is one of the classic NHL brawls of all time. Both teams and the league anticipated this to occur after the Avs Claude Lemeiux had boarded Red Wings player Kris Draper head first into the boards in an earlier game, causing serious injury to the player.
Posted on June 21 2008 by J. Donetelli.
These two heavyweights have gone toe-to-toe several times throughout their careers but this one is the historical bout at Joe Louis Arena that is most remembered.
Posted on June 18 2008 by J. Donetelli.
This may be one of Don Cherry’s favorite fights–he showed it in it’s entirety on a replay the following week on Hockey Night in Canada. Whenever McSorley and Probert were on opposing benches, you could mark your calendar for another classic brawl.
Posted on June 17 2008 by J. Donetelli.
Might need a calculator to tally the amount of times these two guys went at it on the ice. Here’s one of their better fights that entertained the crowd at Madison Square Gardens.
Posted on June 15 2008 by J. Donetelli.
Chris Simon and Tie Domi go at it in this slugfest.
Posted on June 13 2008 by J. Donetelli.
Aaron Downey has a few one-punch knockouts on his resume. Here’s one of the most talked about. Don’t blink, or you’ll miss the fight.
Posted on June 01 2008 by J. Donetelli.
Get some popcorn and settle in your seats for this one, it’s a classic.