Les, you have to see this!

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Great one dude.... Its just like I tell everyone... No matter where u go, or what the rules, fighting on the ice brings fans up on their feet... The love to see it, and this clip proves it again....

I love seeing Euros fighting on the ice.... It hardly ever happens in the Czech League, so that clip is a good one....
 
lesofprimus said:
It hardly ever happens in the Czech League

In fact, we have a coupla fights per season... Probably the most known fighetr of Czech origin is (also an NHL experincee) a goalie Roman Cechmanek.
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But you're right, Europeans play more technical hockey. I'm doubtful the clip comes from Europe. Quebec?....
 
I actually don't like fighting when I play (played) hockey - it disrupts my chain of thought :evil4:

Someone pisses me off I just wait for them to go by me and punch em in the back of the head - it's really fun to do that when they're standing in front of their own goalie! :evil4:
 
Pisis said:
But you're right, Europeans play more technical hockey. I'm doubtful the clip comes from Europe. Quebec?....

That's right, I recognize the accent... That's from Québec.

It happened in a league that is famous for its fights : the "Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey" (LNAH). The league was renamed a few years ago. Before that, it was called the "Ligue Semi-Pro"... In English it would give something like : "Half-Pro League".

I could not recognize both teams, but one of them is the Tedford Mines' Prolab (white shirts).

The other team (red shirt) may be either the Québec City's Radio-X or the St-Georges' Garaga.
 
I thought that clip was Czech in origin... Damn....

Man Joe, I loved nailing little pussies like u with those sneaky little cheapshots the refs dont see....
I actually don't like fighting when I play (played) hockey - it disrupts my chain of thought
Man, I lived for it, and I would still today if they still played the way I grew up with... Old Time Hockey....
 
lesofprimus said:
Man Joe, I loved nailing little pussies like u with those sneaky little cheapshots the refs dont see....
That's why I skated around with my stick at sholder level! :evil4: :twisted:

Not a bragdacious thing though - I was fast - very fast, it kept me alive when I was around big guys like you!! ;)
 
I allways hated agressive guys like you when I played (I never played much)... All these rippings, stickings... But I was pretty agressive, too. But a goalie has to in order to keep his area clear. Well, my idol was Roman Cechmanek. And Hašek. And Hnilicka. I got them signed all. I'll try to find it and post it.
 
Maestro said:
Pisis said:
But you're right, Europeans play more technical hockey. I'm doubtful the clip comes from Europe. Quebec?....

That's right, I recognize the accent... That's from Québec.

I was thinking between Quebéc and some Sweden/Finland. They speak very similar
 
so I didn't find any of the signatures (I have Cechmanek, Dopita, Hnilicka, Jagr, Rucinsky, Theiren) but what I found during the seeking is this. I thought I have to share it with us. I completely forgot that I did something like this...

I have about 5 very thick notebooks totally filled with newspaper cutouts about ice hockey, especially the goaltenders.

I also found my sketches of goalies. I did those when I was max. 10 years okd - and I think for a 10yo kid it's pretty nice.

I also scanned my goalies trade cards collection (30+ Mike Richter). I have also a big collection of NHL New York Rangers (cca 500+ cards) and misc (cca other more 500+ cards)...
 

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NooteBook, Drawings, Cards...
 

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Here is my first drawing of a Goalie. He is called Richard and plays for USA.
 

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the lancaster kicks ass said:
and that's one crazy fight, anyone got anymore info about what it was about?

Well, it looks like a "revenge fight" that went into a general melee. If you look carefully, you see at the start of the video (top-center screen) that one of the red shirts started a fight with a Prolab player... Without any logical reasons.

"Semi-Pro" is like this... Generally, there is at least one fight by games. Some fights are bigger than others.
 
Just one question why not larup each other with the hockey sticks I saw the guy cop one across the jugular and that seemed to work quite well he pumped out half a pint in 2 seconds.
 

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