Found January 27, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
PLAYERS: Dustin Tokarski
There is something about a goalie fight that adds a whole new level of machismo to a hockey game.  Saturday night, the American Hockey League’s Syracuse Crunch squared off with the St. John’s Ice Caps and the main event featured Crunch ‘tender Dustin Tokarski and Ice Caps netminder Eddie Pasquale throwing down at center ice. It began as a whole-line scrum in the corner to the left of Tokarski.  While the skaters were laying on each other and the linesman were trying to sort things out, the goalies couldn’t help themselves. Tokarski is in white and Pasquale in blue.  It’s a decent little tilt for two guys dressed like the Michelin Man.
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