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  • NHL Fight Card and Statistics (through 11/4/05)

    FIGHT CARD - 11/4/05
    Moreau (Edm/HW/1-0-1) draw vs. Mayers (STL/LHW/0-0-3) - Off the faceoff after an Oiler goal, they dropped 'em, then came together. Mayers threw a miss before Moreau slipped to the ice trying to avoid the punch. Mayers was brought down with him.

    Hoggan (STL/LW/1-0) dec. vs. Smith, D. (Edm/LW/0-1) - After Hoggan shoved Smith, they dropped 'em and came together. In close, some grappling insued with Hoggan throwing some body shots. Smith countered with a non-damaging right while struggling with his balance. There was more grappling before Hoggan took Smith to the ice while getting in a few more rights. The linesmen then came in to break it up.

    Clark (Cal/MW/1-0) dec. vs. Kozlov (Atl/LW/0-1) - After Halpern put a hit on Kovalchuk, a scrum ensued. Clark grabbed Kozlov and had him bent over. Clark then threw a few punches as Kozlov turtled. The refs then came in.


    Lapointe (Chi/LHW/1-0-2) dec. vs. Ott (Dal/LW/0-2-2) - Lapointe layed a big hit on Ott. Ott got up and they skated down the ice. Lapointe then slashed Ott trying to instigate. The gloves then dropped at center ice with the linesmen already there to break it up. They let 'em go as Lapointe landed some decent uppercuts before Ott countered with a non-damaging right. The linesmen then broke it up. Ott was bleeding from the nose.

    INDIVIDUAL FIGHTING LEADERS (THROUGH 11/4/05):
    Heavyweight Division:
    Boogaard (Min) 3-0-1
    Shelley (Colu) 2-1
    McGrattan (Ott) 1-2-2
    Parros (LA) 1-2-2
    Moreau (Edm) 1-0-1
    Peters (Buf) 1-0-1
    Sutton (Atl) 1-0-1
    Walker (STL) 1-0-1

    Light Heavyweight Division:
    Orr (Bos) 2-0-1
    Erskine (Dal) 0-0-5
    Lapointe (Chi) 1-0-2
    Stevenson (Nas) 0-0-4
    Allison (Nas) 1-0-1
    Boulerice (Car) 1-0-1
    Smith, J. (Edm) 1-0-1
    Vandermeer (Chi) 1-0-1
    Mayers (STL) 0-0-3 (9)
    Downey (STL) 0-0-1 (T19)

    Middleweight Division:
    Ferguson (Min) 2-0
    Laperriere (Colo) 1-1-1
    Clark (Was) 1-0
    Clymer (Was) 1-0
    Ritchie (Cal) 0-0-2

    Lightweight Division:
    Barnaby (Chi) 1-1-2
    Hoggan (STL) 1-0
    Petrovicky (Atl) 1-0
    Avery (LA) 0-0-2
    Nash (Pho) 0-0-2

    TEAM FIGHTING LEADERS (THROUGH 11/4/05):
    Minnesota 5-0-6
    Chicago 3-3-7
    Edmonton 4-1-4
    Atlanta 4-1-3
    Calgary 3-2-5
    BLUES 2-0-5
    Nashville 2-1-5
    Dallas 0-5-8
    Colorado 3-2-1
    Columbus 3-2-1

    BLUES FIGHTING VS. NHL:
    Edmonton - 2
    Anaheim - 1
    Chicago - 1
    Detroit - 1
    Los Angeles - 1
    Minnesota - 1

    BLUES PENALTY MINUTES VS. NHL:
    Chicago - 43
    Detroit - 39
    Los Angeles - 33
    Nashville - 28
    Anaheim - 25
    Edmonton - 22
    Phoenix - 18
    Minnesota - 17
    Anaheim - 12
    San Jose - 8

    GOON GAME PICK - 11/5/05:
    Minnesota at San Jose

    KMEYER GOON GAME PICK PERCENTAGE:
    13 fights in 24 games (.542)
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  • #2
    QUOTE(kmeyer @ Nov 5 2005, 08:34 AM) Quoted post

    TEAM FIGHTING LEADERS (THROUGH 11/4/05):
    Minnesota 5-0-6
    Chicago 3-3-7
    Edmonton 4-1-4
    Atlanta 4-1-3
    Calgary 3-2-5
    BLUES 2-0-5
    Nashville 2-1-5
    Dallas 0-5-8
    Colorado 3-2-1
    Columbus 3-2-1
    [/b][/quote]
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    • #3
      stellar work as always, kmeyer.

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