Brandon Duhaime Drops William Lockwood in Bar Fight 1st Period Between Wild and Panthers

Brandon Duhaime has been known to get into his fair share of NHL tussles and if you’re going to drop the gloves with him, you’d better be ready for some smoke.

Brandon Duhaime drops William Lockwood

On Friday night in Florida vs the Panthers, 25-year-old winger William Lockwood, was not ready and he paid dearly for it. First, he ate about six Duhaime right hands before one caught his chin. Down he went and his chin paid the price one more time, this time via ice.

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Lockwood isn’t known as a fighter and it showed tonight. In 50 games played during his NHL career, he has just 16 total penalty minutes. Maybe he can take some karate classes or something, before his next fight?

If you can’t take the smoke, stay away from Marc-Andre Fleury

The 1st period of this hockey game saw three fights and it all started when Lockwood upended Marc-Andre Fleury behind his own net. Complete chaos ensued afterwards but the Wild ended up with a power play, which they scored off of.

The final fight of the period came immediately after Foligno left the box for a boarding penalty on Oliver Eckman-Larson. He jumped back onto the ice and charged Jonah Gadjovich, who accepted his challenge.

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