What was the best hockey fight ever?

Now, let’s take a look at the “Top 50 Hockey Fights of All Time”.

  • David Koci Vs Brian McGrattan.
  • Rick Rypien Vs Chris Neil.
  • Riley Cote Vs Shawn Thornton.
  • Zdeno Chara Vs David Koci.
  • Georges Laraque Vs Donald Brashear.
  • Erik Goddard Vs Brian McGrattan. 3 of 50.
  • Krys Barch Vs Brad May. 2 of 50.
  • Wayne Gretzky Vs Neal Broten. 1 of 50.

Who is the No 1 player in hockey?

Connor McDavid, C, Edmonton Oilers. For the third straight season, McDavid tops the list. The 22-year-old finished second in the NHL with 116 points (41 goals, 75 assists), behind Kucherov, and had at least one point in 66 of his 78 games for the Oilers.

Who is the scariest hockey player?

Scariest NHL Players: Dave ‘The Hammer” Schultz Compared to Probert, Williams, and Kocur, Dave Schultz’s 130 fights seems paltry. However during the heyday of the Broad Street Bullies this man terrorized the NHL. With 2922 PIMs to his name, he certainly was the scariest Flyers member.

Who is the toughest hockey player ever?

Gordie Howe
1. Gordie Howe. One of hockey’s greatest players is also its toughest. Gordie Howe is the combination of every tough guy on this list.

Who is the best goon in hockey?

The greatest enforcers in NHL history

  1. Tiger Williams.
  2. Dale Hunter.
  3. Tie Domi.
  4. Rob Ray. Beloved in Buffalo for 14 seasons, Rob Ray was considered a scourge by just about every other team in the league.
  5. Stu Grimson. Stu Grimson, who earned the nickname “The Grim Reaper” in his 14 seasons in the NHL, was the quintessential goon.

What was the longest hockey fight?

The Flyers–Senators brawl was a National Hockey League (NHL) regular season game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Ottawa Senators that resulted in a league record for penalty minutes….Philadelphia Flyers–Ottawa Senators brawl.

1 2 3 Total Ottawa Senators 1 1 1 3 Philadelphia Flyers 3 1 1 5
Date March 5, 2004
Attendance 19,539

Which hockey team fights the most?

NHL Team Fighting Majors Leaders

  1. Boston Bruins 26.
  2. New York Rangers 25.
  3. Ottawa Senators 22.
  4. Colorado Avalanche 18.
  5. Minnesota Wild 18.
  6. Nashville Predators 18.
  7. Winnipeg Jets 18.
  8. San Jose Sharks 17.