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Despite Rule Changes, Fighting in the N.H.L. Is on the Rise

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listmargorita91: Dropping the gloves, an accepted part of hockey for generations, has increased in the National Hockey League by 75 percent over the last three years. With few exceptions, every team has at least one player who can fight. Two enforcers battle,...

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Dropping the gloves, an accepted part of hockey for generations, has increased in the National Hockey League by 75 percent over the last three years. With few exceptions, every team has at least one player who can fight. Two enforcers battle, often briefly, to defuse the emotion generated by a tight, physical game, or to create some emotion.

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Dropping the gloves, an accepted part of hockey for generations, has increased in the National Hockey League by 75 percent over the last three years. With few exceptions, every team has at least one player who can fight. Two enforcers battle, often briefly, to defuse the emotion generated by a tight, physical game, or to create some emotion.

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Dropping the gloves, an accepted part of hockey for generations, has increased in the National Hockey League by 75 percent over the last three years. With few exceptions, every team has at least one player who can fight. Two enforcers battle, often briefly, to defuse the emotion generated by a tight, physical game, or to create some emotion.

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Dropping the gloves, an accepted part of hockey for generations, has increased in the National Hockey League by 75 percent over the last three years. With few exceptions, every team has at least one player who can fight. Two enforcers battle, often briefly, to defuse the emotion generated by a tight, physical game, or to create some emotion.

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