Found February 11, 2013 on Puck Drunk Love:
Welcome to the third installment of Hockey Fights of the Week!  It was a bit tricky selecting this week's best scraps. There were plenty of fights to choose from, but the vast majority were pretty average. In some cases, neither fighter landed a punch before tumbling to the ice. Of course, there was also the "finger-gate" or "biteroversy" incident which was more of a schoolyard squabble than it was an actual fight.  5. Tanner Glass (PIT) vs Matt Martin (NYI) - February 5th Tanner Glass might have landed a punch while his jersey was pulled over his head. That's impressive.  4. Gregory Campbell (BOS) vs Patrick Kaleta (BUF) - February 10th Gregory Campbell bit off way more than he could chew. It's pretty humorous seeing Patrick Kaleta ask the officials to stop the fight before it starts, only to be ignored, forcing Kaleta to light up Campbell with a flurry of punches.  3. Brad Staubitz (ANH) vs Patrick Bordeleau (COL)...

Erik Karlsson got away with a pretty obvious dive

There's no room for embellishing or diving in hockey. Aside from the fact that NHL officials have a hard enough time trying to figure out what's happening on the ice without theatrics, hockey players have always been lauded as being tough, rugged warriors - not divers.  In Tuesday's game between Ottawa and Buffalo, Erik Karlsson demonstrated exactly what the NHL...

Bruins Trade Fists With Sabres Again While Fan Bases Wage War Over Social Media (Video)

The Bruins and Sabres don’t like each other — this much is clear. Each time the two teams have met in the 2013 season, there has been a fight. While the Big Bad Bruins might normally welcome the chance to flex their muscles, their last two bouts against Buffao haven’t gone their way, with Shawn Thornton and Gregory Campbell a bit the worse for wear afterward. Still, Bruins...
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