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Video: Oilers’ Brown fights Red Wings’ Tootoo

Mar 16, 2013, 5:30 AM EST

It was inevitable. Edmonton Oilers scrapper Mike Brown and Jordin Tootoo of the Detroit Red Wings lined up on a neutral zone faceoff, so, of course, they dropped the gloves immediately as the puck was dropped.

Both guys threw a wild flurry of rights and lefts, and landed some heavy body shots but tired themselves out quickly.

The Red Wings, in case you’re wondering, won Friday’s game against the Oilers 3-2 in overtime.

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