Ever since I can remember I have always been all in for a great hockey fight. Although, personally I am more in favor of the older bench clearing brawls that became a norm in the 1980s, plenty of enforcers still know how to throw down on the ice. Last night, in a contest between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers, B.J. Crombeen (6’2″, 210) embarked upon his fourth entanglement of the 2012 season, and got absolutely handled by Zac Rinaldo (5’11”, 169). Maybe next time, Crombeen will think a little longer about picking on a shorter guy who obviously knows how to hold his own.