Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Dallas vs. Montreal

 


The next two moments define the old saying, "I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out." They feature back-to-back-to-back fights, a line brawl, and even a goalie fight. The first moment comes from the February 3rd game against Dallas that began with three fights in four seconds, and the second comes from the 8-6 bloodbath against the Montreal Canadiens.

Three Fights in Four Seconds: The Bruins didn't disappoint when the Dallas Stars came, giving an incredible follow up to their last match-up at the Garden in 2008. In the first four seconds there were back-to-back-to-back fights between Gregory Campbell and Steve Ott after one second, Shawn Thornton and Krys Barch after two seconds, and then Adam McQuaid and Brian Sutherby after four. The first period would end with another fight between Andrew Ference and Adam Burish approximately four minutes into the game, and two goals respectively from Milan Lucic and Patrice Bergeron within 45 seconds.

Three fights in four seconds vs. Dallas on 2/9/11. (via FFMHockeyFan1)



Line Brawl and a Goalie Fight: After a hard hit from Brad Marchand on PK Subban, the gloves were off - and both lines from both teams wanted in on the action, including the goalies. Tim Thomas skated over and challenged Carey Price to throw down. The two exchanged a few attempted punches, but neither made any connections and fell to the ice ending a wild brawl.


Line brawl and a goalie fight against the Montreal Canadiens 2/9/11 (via FFMHockeyFan1)
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