A video of an emotionally charged hockey fight between 4th line enforcer Aaron Voros of the Anaheim ducks and Kevin Bieksa of the Vancouver Canucks. This hockey fight doesn’t last long, with Kevin Bieksa getting a few harsh right hand hooks in there, one of which broke Aaron Voros’ orbital bone.
Wild hockey fight between Chris Stewart of the Colorado Avalanche and Kyle Brodziak of the Minnesota Wild on November 27th, 2010. They decide to square off in the second period off the faceoff, with neither of the two hockey players being an enforcer. Stewart does however have a bit more fighting experience than Brodziak and unleases a wrath of punches on Brodziak’s head. He even punches Brodziak’s head’s backside which isn’t done often and is considered very poor class.
Stewart easily wins the fight as Brodziak just falls down not knowing what to do. Stewart continued to show bad class by doing hand gestures to at the Wild bench as he leaves the ice. Brodziak gets the final laugh in this fight however as Stewart ended up breaking his left hand. Stewart is now out for 4 to 6 weeks. Guess karma appears to be at work here.
What a crazy fight for a European hockey league, where fighting carries suspensions and happens very rarely. In this extreme hockey fight video 17 year old Swedish Elite League player Adam Larsson fights 32 year old Daniel Corso, a career minor leaguer who previously played a decade in the AHL.
Adam Larsson of the Skelleftea AIK looks like he’s winning the hockey fight at first, with lots of strong solid punches on Daniel Corso. Things change near the end when the Timra IK assistant captain gets a couple solid bunches and really bloodies up Larsson’s face. As this bloody fight is finished and Larsson walks off the ice, we see his face, more than half of it is red, soaked with blood.
Who says the European leagues aren’t tough. This video shows a different story. The refs also let them fight for almost 30 seconds too!
This is one serious hockey fight video and one of the craziest I’ve ever seen. The players on the ice from the minor league Muskegon Lumberjacks and Fort Wayne Komets get into a heart felt old time hockey fight on the ice. The players really hate each other, they don’t stop fighting even after the opponent is on the ice, they just continue punching the guy.
As the fight progresses, Brad Macmillion of the Komets jumps out of the penalty box to join in and gets into a shoving match with the ref. A few seconds later we see him again dodging the ref in a way that would make any NFLer proud, the ref flies through the air. There are multiple other instances of players shoving and ignoring the refs in this video. Robin Big Snake also leaves the penalty box to join in on the fight. That is one rare occurance.
This is one of the most heart felt fights I’ve ever seen!
Rick Rypien, an undrafted enforcer for the Vancouver Canucks gets pissed off at some Minnesota Wild fan who is clapping as he is leaving the ice. The whole incident was preceded by an on ice shoving match between the Minnesota Wild players and Vancouver Canucks players.
As he is walking off the ice, Rypien simply shoves the fan who is claping in his face. He is escorted away before things can get any worse though. For this shove, Rypien got a 6 game suspension (way too long in my opinion).
Miss the good old days of hockey fights between players and fans. Such as when the entire Boston Bruins team got in a fight with the New York Rangers fans and entered the stands back in 79.
This doesn’t happen every day! A hockey fan pisses off Toronto Maples Leafs enforcer Tie Domi. Domi then squirts some water at the fan, who gets really pissed off and falls into the penalty box, knocking over the glass. Tie Domi then shows the fan he’s not to be messed with.
This is one crazy video of a hockey fight including the fan. Remember to respect the enforcers!
Matthew Barnaby of the Pittsburg Penguins, one of the toughest hockey players from the 90s and early 2000s get in a fight with huge hockey giant defenceman Chris Pronger of the Blues. Throughout most of the hockey fight, Barnaby tries to avoid escalating things as Pronger is much bigger and Barnaby has had concussion problems recently.
This hockey fight video still has some solid undercuts and other punches however, mostly from Pronger. You can hear Barnaby yelling NO!, NO!.In short, Barnaby wimps out. Very surprising since he’s not one to back down from a fight.
Barnaby had character and a big hockey heart! Miss him in the NHL.
Great fight on the ice between two of the greatest hockey enforcers of the 1990s. Bob Probert, then playing with the Detroit Redwings, gets into an intense fight with Tie Domi of the New York Rangers. Both players get some solid hook shots in this awesome hockey fight but neither clearly wins.
The ref unfortunately calls the fight off as it’s a long one. The players don’t want to stop though, as they continue yelling and trying to go at each other after the fight’s been broken apart by the ref. Probert also ends up shirtless, losing his jersey during the fight.
Love the announcers comments during this long, classic, NHL fight!
A rather uneventful fight for the infamous Mike Danton while he was playing for the St. Louis Blues against long time respected Coyote Shane Doan. The fight has some night punches with Doan taking down Danton in the end.
In case you don’t know the saga of Mike Danton, he was one crazy hockey fighter when he was in juniors with a bunch of his friends. His teams were often coaches by the also infamous former hockey agent David Frost. The story is a long and complex but in the end, Mike Danton was accused of hiring a hit man to kill David Frost ending whatever professional hockey career Mike Danton had.
Just as in interesting note, he was born Mike Jefferson, but he thought Mike Danton was a cooler name and change his name. Personally, I think it was cooler having the same last name as classic Married With Children character Jefferson D’Arcy.
A great bloody hockey fight video with tough Slovak hockey player Tomas Kopecky, the playing for the Detroit Redwings, against high scoring forward Patrick Sharp of the Chicago Blackhawks.
The hockey fight is quick with Patrick Sharp surprisingly winning by bringing down seasoned fighter Kopecky who’s also 2 inches taller. Sharp does get the worst part of the fight as he gets a bad cut over his eye that is bleeding heavily.
Ironically, both players now play for the same team, the Hawks.