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(Video) Friday Fights: Top 25 of 2017-18 (15th-11th)

As the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs trudge on into the second round, we have added one more fight to the list in the playoffs. Making our grand total, a WHOPPING, three fights so far. The NHL is committed to the dumbing down of passion and fighting, especially in the most animosity filled time in their season. So with that being said, we have pivoted Friday Fights to a yearly review of the fights that were; rather than the usual standard of recapping the week’s best and worst fights.

This past week you were privy to the top 20 down to 16 fights of the year. The previous week you were able to watch the 25th down to 21st best fights of the year.

Coming in at number 15:

15 – Mack Weegar vs Noel Acciari

Mar 31, 2018

My oh my, the Bruins announcer cannot pretend to call the game down the middle. He makes you cheer for the other team even when you don’t have a dog in the fight. Just brutal announcing. I’m sorry we use the home feed on this one.

14 – Michael Liambas vs Kurtis MacDermid

Nov 25, 2017

Credit goes to Liambas here. He gives up height and weight to MacDermid but he went anyways. He lost. But he did go for it.

Josh Gorges vs Jordie Benn

Nov 11, 2017

A whole lot of swinging for the fences early with Georges cutting Benn’s bridge of his nose early. Benn gets the last laugh with a

12 – Josh Manson vs Cody McLeod

Dec 2, 2017

Like, when will the Ducks learn? You can’t touch the goalie, and not expect to be beaten down. A lot of show fights, but at the end of the day, credit to Sam Bennett for standing up for his goalie.

 

What do you think of the ranking? One of the fights better than the others? Let me know in the comments below.

Previously in the Top 25:

Number 25 to 21

Number 20 to 16


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Source: Hockeyfights Official Twitter Account – April 27th, 2018