Sport Watch: Kings, Ducks fight 3 times in 4 seconds of play

08:10  14 january  2018
08:10  14 january  2018 Source:   theScore

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Less than three minutes into the first period, three fights broke out within a span of four seconds of play.

The combatants?

  • Kurtis MacDermid vs. Jared Boll
  • Andy Andreoff vs. Kevin Bieksa
  • Kyle Clifford vs. Nick Ritchie

Here's how it all went down:

It all amounted to a unique box score:

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