Extreme Hockey Fights

Videos of Extreme Hockey Fights in the NHL, KHL, Minors, International Play, and More

Nick Kypreos gets Bloody Nose when Knocked Out

Wednesday 5 January 2011 @ 7:48 pm

In this video of a bloody hockey fight in the NHL game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the New York Rangers, Nick Kypreos gets knocked out by the Rangers’ Ryan Vandenbussche.

Vandenbussche was clearly wining this hockey fight early on when Kypreos with lots of fast heavy left hooks. Kypreos decides to slow the fight down a little and holds on the Vandenbussche but he gets a few more punches in and gets Kypreos down with a harsh looking left hook to the jaw. As Kypreos is falling to the ice, his head hits the ice first knocking him out. His nose also starts bleeding as the doctors rush out to help him out. This is one fluke KO.

Aaron Voros gets his Orbital Bone Broken in Hockey Fight

Sunday 19 December 2010 @ 1:52 pm

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.

Chris Stewart Breaks Hand in Fight vs Kyle Brodziak

Wednesday 1 December 2010 @ 10:35 pm

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.