Biggest Brawls of the Last 23 Years

We've only got data back to 1987, so a lot of the really big brawls of the past are missing.  Here are the five-biggest regular season brawls plus the biggest playoff brawl:

#1. Ottawa vs Philadelphia, March 5, 2004 - 21 fighting majors, 20 game misconducts, 417 PIMs, Most Penalties in a Single Game Ever:

Ottawa Senators vs. Philadelphia Flyers Brawl March 5, 2004 (via Yoeddy1)


#2. Feb 10, 1991 - Washington vs Philadelphia.  21 fighting majors, 302 PIMs.  Al Iafrate looks tired from his five fights:

Murray Baron vs Al Iafrate 02/10/91 (via igotregistered)

Hockey Fights - Steve Smith Vs. Al Iafrate (via tjackson76)



 

 

 

#3. Dec 8, 2001 - Calgary vs Anaheim.  19 fighting majors, 309 PIMs.  Craig Berube starts everything by running and punching the goalie.

NHL Brawl Flames VS Ducks. (via storm1811)


#4 - Pittsburgh vs NYR. Oct 30, 1988.  292 PIMs following Mario Lemieux getting slashed in the throat.

Penguins vs. Rangers Brawl - Oct. 30, 1988 (via 55Porter)

#5 - Dec 23, 1988.  Chicago vs Detroit.  20 Fighting majors, 308 PIMS and a Manson-Probert bout.

Bob Probert vs. Dave Manson Fight (December 23rd 1988) (via Germy2007)


Honorable Mention: Playoffs - Apr 12, 1991, Detroit vs St. Louis - 18 fighting majors, 298 PIMs.

 

Bob Probert vs. Dave Manson Fight (December 23rd 1988) (via Germy2007)

NHL Fights - Blues Vs Wings 4/12/91 (via tjackson76)



 

 

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