Watched this on a Quebec DVD last night and was wondering when this took place, early 80's? It showed Vancouver coach throwing punches with a Quebec fan. Some Vancouver players like Fraser are shown in the stands. This was shown on a news clip and I was wondering when it took place and if it's available in more than a newsclip? Looked pretty wild.
Edited by the hammer on 01-10-13 12:11 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
First time I have seen this too! This is almost as good as Rob Ray beating a Quebec fan. Can't believe Quebec fans have been beaten pretty good in seperate incidents like this! LOL Doug Halward really was throwing them at the fan protecting his coach. How could Quebec (with last change) have Stastny and Goulet out there vs Tiger and Snepsts? Terrible coaching. Harold could have teed off on Goulet but didn't, and Tiger just roughed Stastny up. Could have been worse for them. No wonder the fan had to come to the aid. Where were Quebec's tough guys?
"I never participate in the game anymore. It doesn't work. I am too bad. I only fight". - Link Gaetz
The rest of us don't look lovingly into players eyes, so no.
I believe this incident happened years before Barnaby TKO'd Manson, if anyone is doing a timeline. Maybe someone can check the tape to see if Manson's eyes were crossed or rolled back when he got dropped.
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I think the last names "Molinaro" or something like that, though I think Daniel J Travente's a Dago too!
Hey Kramer, didnt you say something along time ago about being afraid to approach Fraser, because he had this intense look in his eyes? He really does..
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Yep (although 'afraid' isn't quite the right word, I fear NO MAN!!), We would see him all the time in Traverse City, MI at the prospect tournament, he was with ATL at the time, eventually Detroit/Grand Rapids. But yes, very intimidating, cold staring eyes. Most everyone there was pretty approachable to talk hockey, GM's, scouts, former players, etc. But Fraser was the one guy, I said, nope, i'm leaving him alone! Probably the nicest guy in the world, but man he had a look about him.
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