Really impressed by Carkner there, I'm thinking Colton might have underestimated him after the first result. Should be some good scraps to come between these two going forward...and the trade-off favors the Leafs every time, so I can't complain at any outcome.
great fight, i like it when the battle of Ontario heats up. The only problem i'm seeing here is Carkner is a fairly important player for the Sens, so I don't know how often he'll be able to go. I think if Orr and Carkner had their way this would only be the start of many clashes, but Carkner may be told that it's not a good trade off for the Sens.
"Beats the living crap" might be a bit of an exaggeration. He landed one great punch that did Orr in. Does not even come close to the abuse Carkner took in the first fight.
I heard Orr was recovering from the flu and wasn't even gonna play that game against Ottawa. Just sayin'.
Orr landed just one punch in the first fight. He couldn't even land one after Carkner was KO'd and struggling to stay on his feet. Carkner popped Orr so hard he flew a couple feet to his right and then landed a few more on his way down. Watch them again son.
As an Ottawa fan, I am just glad that the team has both Carkner and Neil. Not only can they do the rough stuff, but they are both valuable members of the team. Carkner is a solid defensive defenceman, while Neil has been insane this season with his all-around gritty game.