Oct 21, 2011, 8:03 PM EDT
Fighting is the toughest job in the league and San Jose’s hulking defenseman Douglas Murray is usually one of the best and most intimidating guys to drop the gloves with. New Jersey’s Eric Boulton didn’t seem too impressed during the first period when the two came together to duke it out.
After rolling up his sleeves and ditching the elbow pad, Murray was dropped like a sack of hammers by a single straight right to the face by Boulton. Check out the pugilistic domination from New Jersey thanks to HockeyFights.com.
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