Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals Brawl (November 25th 1989)


Pittsburgh Penguin's Roster: 31 Tom Barrasso G 191 210 31.03. 1965 Boston, MA 2 Phil Bourque LW 185 196 08.06. 1962 Chelmsford, MA 44 Rob Brown RW 180 185 10.04. 1968 Kingston, ONT 7 Rod Buskas D 185 195 07.01. 1961 Wetaskiwin, ALTA 14 Jock Callander RW 185 188 23.04. 1961 Regina, SASK 15 Dave Capuano RW 188 195 27.07. 1968 Warwick, RI 16 Jay Caufield RW 193 237 17.07. 1960 Philadelphia, PA 30 Alain Chevrier G 173 180 23.08. 1961 Cornwall, ONT 77 Paul Coffey D 183 200 01.06. 1961 Weston, ONT 11 John Cullen C 178 187 02.04. 1964 Puslinch, ONT 2 Chris Dahlquist D 185 195 14.12. 1962 Fridley, MN 27 Gilbert Delorme D 185 203 25.11. 1962 Boucherville, PQ 4 Gord Dineen D 180 185 21.09. 1962 Toronto, ONT 10 Bob Errey LW 178 180 21.09. 1964 Montreal, PQ 15 Randy Gilhen C 185 190 13.06. 1963 Zweibrucken 23 Randy Hillier D 183 185 30.03. 1960 Toronto, ONT 6 Jim Johnson D 185 190 08.09. 1962 New Hope, MN 26 Mark Kachowski LW 178 196 20.02. 1965 Edmonton, ALTA 3 Jim Kyte D 196 210 21.03. 1964 Ottawa, ONT 20 Jamie Leach RW 185 205 25.08. 1969 Winnipeg, MAN 66 Mario Lemieux C 193 225 05.10. 1965 Montreal, PQ 11 Troy Loney LW 191 215 21.09. 1963 Bow Island, ALTA 9 Andrew McBain RW 185 195 18.02. 1965 Toronto, ONT 10 Barry Pederson C 180 185 13.03. 1961 Big River, SASK 40 Frank Pietrangelo G 180 190 24.01. 1963 Niagara Falls, ONT 9 Dan Quinn C 180 175 01.06. 1965 Ottawa, ONT 8 Mark Recchi RW 178 185 01.02. 1968 Kamloops, BC 15 Doug Smith C 180 180 17.05. 1963 Ottawa, ONT 25 Kevin Stevens ...

3 Responses to “Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals Brawl (November 25th 1989)”

  1. linethemind says:

    Mike Lange is the best in the biz!

  2. supercooled says:

    This was 20 years ago — it’s so polarized comparing the players then to the players now because they look so pedestrian in this video while the ones playing today look more like American football players than hockey players especially the guys between the pipes.

    On another note, those fights had so much emotions rather than the ones today are more like “timed” fights and an exercise to see how many punches a guy can get punched in 30 seconds.

  3. hockeygoon79 says:

    You have Dineen wearing #4. He was wearing #5 in this vid.

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