Big hit by Dorsett and Hannan comes over to confront him. Dorsett drops his gloves and basically just has his way with Hannan with about a dozen unanswered rights, including a couple of decent shots and one real good one. Hannan might have thrown one punch, he was basically just wrestling for position and holding Dorsett off. I dunno why he bothered to confront him after the hit as he didn't appear to have any intention of wanting to actually fight once the gloves were dropped. He did a good job holding Dorsett at bay I guess, but Dorsett is not a big or dangerous heavyweight, there was no reason for Hannan to show him as much respect as he did. He made it real easy for Dorsett who won this one on cruise control. Nothing devistating or damaging landing but it was all Dorsett for the easy win.
Not much to see between Weber and Boll. Good on Weber though for defending his teammate against a solid fighter in Jared Boll. Weber landed a nice right out of the gate, then they locked one another out to distance and each missed a right. Boll got free to fire three punches off, might have clipped Weber with one of them. Then they just wrestled one another to the ice as Boll was looking to break free and close distance and Weber was looking to keep him locked out at arms length where he could use his size and reach effectively, momentum got the better of that stalemate and the fight ended in an anti-climactic draw.
| "To be honest, even though he lost, Hendricks did a better job of enforcing than most heavyweight enforcers do." - Peatycap|
Not only is the NHL totally fucked it's fans are out to lunch now as well