Your favourite Fan/Players fights/interactions

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  1. Big Phil

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    Okay a youtube would be nice on all of these. I'm not going to open up much of a discussion but rather let everyone state their favourite Fan/Player fights. Please try to get a youtube on them if you can. Tim Hurlbut (Calgary streaker) is a funny one although its not a fight. Milbury's shoe beating is a classic. Also one more thing. Can anyone explain why the Bruins wnet after the MSG fans in that game? I've heard different versions and you cant see it on the replay. I've heard Stan Jonathan was hit by a fan I've heard O'Reilly got his stick taken away. In the video I know a fan did have a stick but more details on the origin would be appreciated
     
  2. GNick42

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    Back in the mid '70s, the Flyers got into a fight with the Maple Leaf Garden fans. It was a pretty good tilt...with the court cases that followed
     
  3. Wetcoaster

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    Mike Milbury going into the stands at MSG and beating a fan with a shoe.

    “Well, it is the silver anniversary, so I suppose it's fitting for this to come up again now. It’s unbelievable that after more than 30 years in the game, pummeling a guy with his loafer will be my legacy. But I guess it's better than having no legacy at all.â€
    - Islanders’ GM Mike Milbury recalls December 23, 1979, when a brawl between the Bruins and Rangers spread into the crowd. Milbury, a Boston forward, was seen whacking a fan with his own shoe. (New York Daily News, Nov. 21)
     
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    The Drunken Flyers fan that tried to take on Domi. That's definitely up there.
     
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    I think Al Secord when he was playing for Boston in the early 80's jumped the back glass in the penalty box and started taking on fans.
     
  8. LVIsles*

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    better that then being known as the guy who traded Oli Jokinen, Roberto Luongo, (Dany Heatly) for Oleg Kvasha and Mark Parrish
     
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    Gotta love how tough a fan can be when he has the glass to protect him. Do you know the real punishment for a fan? Let the player whale on him.
     
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    Even more amusing when he mentions later that only 32 PIMs were handed out for the entire thing. :biglaugh:
     
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    Loved the Habs-Bruins scrap.

    One of the rare occasions that JC Tremblay worked without his stick. Also noticed Mr. Beliveau negotiating with authorities towards the end of the rhubarb.

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