Friday, June 27, 2008

Notorious Moments In Senators History - Volume Three

The classic brawl between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Ottawa Senators on March 25, 2004 which set an NHL record for penalty minutes in a game (419 PIM's).

Here is the short, edited version with all the nasty stuff and below is the real time video of the brawls in three parts to further soak up the vibe of that night.

Real Time In Three Parts

"What Neil did is not something to be proud of. I'm ticked off that a player like Neil would go after a player like Somik. If Martin says it's not his responsibility, then he doesn't have control of his bench."

Clarke had to be restrained from getting to Ottawa coach Jacques Martin outside the Senators' dressing room Friday night.

"I would not have hit him – I am not that stupid," Clarke told the Philadelphia Inquirer on Saturday. "But I would have confronted him."


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