Found September 19, 2013 on
The NHL thought they had made a rule to keep helmets on and curtail fighting. A recent rule says that players can not remove their helmet for a fight/
It did not take long for players to remove each other helmets.
There you have it Brett Gallant of the Islanders and Krys Barch of the Devils.
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This season the NHL has enacted a rule that prohibits players from removing their helmets prior to engaging in a fight. What they didn’t account for is what took place in tonight’s Islander-Devil pre-season game. Islanders’ enforcer Brett Gallant and Devils’ enforcer/hockey thinker Krys Barch exposed a really obvious loophole in the NHL’s new rule by removing each other’s...
There are few things better in hockey than two heavyweights dropping the gloves, adjusting their elbow pads and chucking knuckles.
There are few things more awkward in hockey than two heavyweights dropping the gloves, adjusting their elbow pads and having to remove each others’ helmets before chucking knuckles.
Via Kukla’s Korner, here is David M. Singer’s (hockeyfights...
Krys Barch & Brett Gallant removed each other's helmets...[Next Impulse Sports]
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The headline makes it sound like they sat down and went over a bunch of paperwork, but trust me, it involves them punching each other in the face.
Recently, the NHL’s GMs and the Board of Governors created and approved a new rule that gives players a two-minute minor penalty for removing their helmet before a fight, leaving you with seven minutes in the box; five for fighting and...
Gotta love when hockey season is back, here is Brett Gallant vs Krys Barch all three times they squared off from the New York Islanders at New Jersey Devils game last night. I think it’s safe to say these guys don’t like each other.-TORussian Hockey Kids BrawlHockey Player Punches Ref In The Face
Enforcers may not be the most skilled players on the ice, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be clever when it comes to skirting the rules.
Among a rash of rule changes passed for the upcoming season, the NHL is continuing to crack down on fighting. Starting with the 2013-14 season, any player who removes his helmet before a fight will be assessed an additional two-minute minor penalty...