NY Rangers Rookie Drops The Gloves Once Again In Brutal Heavyweight Fight

Published February 24, 2024 at 7:52 PM

The New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers, two fierce rivals and top three teams in the Metro, clashed today in a highly anticipated showdown. With both squads boasting their fair share of tough players, it didn't take long for the intensity to ramp up.

Just three minutes into the first period, Rangers' forward Matthew Rempe and Flyers' forward Nicolas Deslauriers wasted no time dropping the gloves. Deslauriers, a seasoned enforcer, faced off against Rempe, who despite being in only his third game, is quickly gaining a reputation as a formidable opponent.

Despite the significant size and weight difference, with Deslauriers at 6'1, 218 pounds and Rempe towering at 6'7, 247 pounds, the two duked it out for an intense 45 seconds before the referees intervened. Both players landed their fair share of punches, making it a strong contender for fight of the year.

Rempe's eventful week continued with this spirited bout, following his previous encounters with Islanders' Matt Martin and Devils' Nick Bastian. The energy from the fight reverberated through both benches, igniting the players and fans alike with excitement.

Source: Bladeofsteel
February 24   |   76 answers
NY Rangers Rookie Drops The Gloves Once Again In Brutal Heavyweight Fight

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