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Greg81102

Sicard vs Wright

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Sicard looks like he didn't lose his fighting ability after taking a whole year off.

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1 hour ago, PlannedObsolescence said:

Just like riding a bicycle- some things you just don't forget!

Sometimes known as "muscle memory" - which would make Sicard a muscle-bound savant.

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Check out this epic hockey fight involving Evansville's Nick Wright

By Michael Doyle - Courier & Press

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Sometimes hockey fights are obligatory. Anticlimactic. Token.

The scrap between the Evansville Thunderbolts' Nick Wright and Dennis Sicard of the Peoria Rivermen at Peoria, Illinois, Saturday night was not one of those token efforts.

Wright and Sicard wasted no time, squaring up and dropping the gloves one second after the game's opening faceoff and throwing punches at a furious pace, in the video posted to YouTube by hockeyfights.com.

The unspoken ethics of hockey fighting aren't always the easiest to understand. Still, it's hard not to appreciate the two heavyweights nodding acknowledgment to each other at the end of the bout.

The website hockeyfights.com, which tracks just about every fight at every level of professional hockey, currently scores the fight as a win for Wright, but at the narrowest of margins — six votes to five, with two voting it as a draw.

 

 

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