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Brandon Bollig and Paul Bissonnette dropped their gloves and exchanged blows during the first round of the Chicago Blackhawks and Phoenix Coyotes playoff game 4 on Thursday night. As expected both players were penalized a major for fighting, but Bissonnette also received a game misconduct (and ejected) for not having his jersey tied down. The fight was a fairly solid one and it looked like Bissonnette won the match. Unfortunately the ejection for a not strapped down jersey means that Bissonnette won the battle, but lost the war.
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