Right off of the faceoff, the two drop the gloves and square off in front of the Sabres' bench. They grab ahold of each other and Belak misses with a left jab, allowing Peters to throw two rights. Belak returns fire with eight unanswered punches, a mix of overhand rights, jersey-jabs, and uppercuts. Peters finally responds with a right and they go back and forth with rights until Belak takes control once again, connecting with a few rights to the back of Peters' head. Peters goes with the right once again and they spin around until Peters loses his balance and starts to fall to the ice. Belak connects with a right to Peters' chest while he is falling and the linesmen quickly intervene.
Peters never really had any opprotunity to throw.
It's hard to vote against Peters as a Sabres fan. Belak did a great job using his size, balance, and strength to keep Peters away at a safe distance. He also consistantly was throwing punches which kept Peters unable to do much of anything except defend himself. No major connections made.
Not good fight where Belak was better to getting a NARROW WIn. He was active of the two, not much landed or anything clean. Peters lost his balance as looks like Belak maybe spins him down.
go golfing peters
Big win for Belak. Peters didn't look very good in this one at all. Belak tossed him around big time.