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Video: John Moore hands Jack Skille his lunch in one-sided fight

Apr 18, 2013, 11:07 PM EDT

When you think of the big fighters on the New York Rangers and Florida Panthers, you probably think of George Parros or Arron Asham first, right? That’d be normal and expected.

So how about a fight between John Moore and Jack Skille? What if we told you it was really one-sided in favor of Moore? Seeing is believing as the gang from HockeyFights.com shares with us.

According to HockeyFights.com it’s Moore’s first regular season fight in the NHL as he had a preseason tilt in 2009. Meanwhile this was Skille’s fifth fight in the pros and he looked decidedly overmatched.

After seeing the Rangers run away with a 6-1 victory over Florida, seeing a non-fighter take care of business helped turn the game into even more of a laugher.

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