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02-07-2012, 08:42 AM
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1959 Rangers vs. Maple Leafs

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The initial participants:

Leafs
#2 Marc Reaume
#15 Billy Harris
#17 Gary Ehman
#23 Noel Price
#27 Frank Mahovlich

Rangers
#2 Jack Bownass
#3 Harry Howell
#5 Eddie Shack
#7 Red Sullivan
#15 Hank Ciesla


When the teams come off their benches, you can clearly see:

Leafs
#10 George Armstrong (captain)
#16 Bert Olmstead

Rangers
#8 Lou Fontinato
#10 Earl Ingarfield
#12 Andy Hebenton
#16 Les Colwill
#17 Dean Prentice
#21 Camille Henry


Noteworthy moments

0:05 - It all starts with Reaume throwing a flying hip check at Ciesla. Perhaps dazed, Ciesla grabs Mahovlich and starts throwing.

0:25 - Eddie Shack, one of the all time greatest agitators, gets Bownass in a clinch and then A-frames him for a good part of the fight.

0:46 - Shack, still holding Bowman in a headlock, throws a punch at another Leaf!

1:10 - Could be wrong, but I think that's Shack and Price.

1:15 - Hall of Famer Harry Howell flings Billy Harris to the ice like a rag doll.

1:45 - After everything had calmed down, Shack gets it going again and taunts Reaume into making a fool of himself.

2:13 - George Armstrong lays a nice elbow into a Ranger's back before charging onto the penalty bench.

3:00 - Penalty timekeeper pretends to read his notes in the middle of a brawl.

4:05 - Early example of front-row dooshbag waving at the camera.

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I'm confused.

Is it a regular donnybrook? or a regular free-for-all?



Thanks for the vid.

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02-07-2012, 10:28 AM
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Fighting after clean hits since 1959.

Lol at Shack.

Thanks for the vid, man.

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02-07-2012, 02:11 PM
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The code police would be all over that.


If there is a better example of how much BS this mythical code it, I want to see it. Because the video above pretty much kills the mantra that players used to respect each other more.

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At least this fight started with the player getting hit standing up for himself before everybody else jumped in and not his team protecting him.

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The code police would be all over that.


If there is a better example of how much BS this mythical code it, I want to see it. Because the video above pretty much kills the mantra that players used to respect each other more.
ground and pound was a common tactic right into the 70s for sure that I remember

hockey used to be a much much rougher and scarier game to play back then than it is now

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02-14-2012, 07:11 AM
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Never knew what to make of Eddie Shack It seems he was always employed as an enforcer-type yet I don't really think he was much of a fighter? More of a body-checker/wrestler who I don't really think was feared. A great all-time character though.

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Thanks for this. Love seeing these old clips. Too bad ,so many tapes have been thrown away. I would love to see the Ferguson-Green fight in the playoffs & Ferguson_Hull.

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Shack had that guy in a great guillotine choke

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