After a hit along the boards at center ice they talk to each other and the gloves come off! Long square off and they come together with Bisonette landing a short right. They get in tight together and than jockey a bit and Bisonette lands two short rights while Bollig lands a left. Bollig tries two more lefts that come up short and Bisonette loads up a big right that looks to land while Bollig scored with a left. They get in close again and both miss with punches and they get up close against the boards. Bisonette looks to land one more right and Bollig two lefts and the linesmen come in... Draw in a decent fight.
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Decent spirited fight- Biz early, Bollig later. Bollig's conditioning always has impressed me, and he can take a hit, cause Bisonette I thought landed some good ones early. Also Boom Boom can throw a good left along with his right.
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Side note I love Bollig..He tweeted Ben Smith From PHX Last night asking details of the Hogs Griffs brawl! That being said A pretty good tilt..Biz Man landed the best shot Bollig Held sway..Slight Edge to Biz
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Bissonnette early, Bollig late. Biz with a couple of solid overhand rights which probably had a bit more on em, but they didn't bother Bollig who slipped the lefts in nicely, but they didn't look to have a whole heck of a lot on em either. I'd call it a draw. If I had to pick a winner I'd probably give it to Bissonnette but that was pretty even and it looked like Bissonnette was gesturing for the linesmen to come in while Bollig was trying to establish position on the inside and prolong the fight into a more technical battle. Zebras weren't having it though and stepped in. They landed about 3 shots each, Biz's were probably a bit better but Bollig pushed the pace to the finish so I'll score it a draw.
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The square up near center ice, and both guys look to get position. They are throwing hard with Bissonnette with the rights and Bollig with the lefts. Bollig gets Bissonnette's helmet off as the move over to the glass. They clench up and Bissonnette calls in the refs. Edge Bissonnette for landing but I am not sure why he called in the stripes.