Found April 13, 2014 on Diehardsport:
New York Islanders rookie Justin Johnson stands only 6’0″ 220 lbs but he took on Buffalo Sabres John Scott (6’8″ 255 lbs) in his first NHL Regular Season fight. Giving up 8 inches and 35 lbs is no small task, but Johnson KO’d Scott with a solid one punch. Many people who hate Scott will be rejoicing over this. [Video via: Youtube] [GIF via: @PeteBlackburn] The post Islanders Rookie Justin Johnson KOs Sabres’ John Scott appeared first on Diehardsport.

Isles rookie Justin Johnson KO's John Scott much to the delight of everyone

Last night's game between the Buffalo Sabres and the New York Islanders had little meaning in terms of significance for either side. The two teams had bad years (the Sabres worst in the NHL) and the meeting was the last on 2013-14 schedule for both.What Johnson lacks in size he certainly doesn't lack in confidence (photo via Islanders called up a ton...

Justin Johnson Knocks Out John Scott With Powerful Punch (Video)

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Justin Johnson knocked out John Scott in fight (GIF)

The NHL season is just about over, but New York Islanders rookie Justin Johnson may have snuck in the knockout of the year on Sunday. The 33-year-old Johnson, who was appearing in just his second NHL game, landed a punch square to the face of Buffalo Sabres forward John Scott. As you can see, Scott […]

John Scott gets his just desserts

George here...This probably makes me a bad person, but USA Today's Nate Scott reports that Sabres goon John Scott was taken down by a young Islander, 5'10" rookie Justin Johnson, and well, sometimes it's good to see a hockey player who doesn't respect hs opponents get his just desserts:

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Sorrowful Sabres limp to finish line with shootout loss

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