Found January 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Monteal Canadiens are sitting in last place in the Northeast Division, and apparently that has a few players a bit on edge. During Monday's practice, defenseman P.K. Subban and center Tomas Plekanec dropped the gloves after clashing during a one-on-one drill, ESPN.com reports. The "fight" was far from intense, but it's still interesting to see teammates mix it up. In fact, many of the Canadiens players saw the fight as a positive. "You [reporters] will make a lot more of it than it was and you'll talk about why it happened and who it was, but the next drill,...
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