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Winnipeg's Frazer McLaren stars in AHL fight on YouTube

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If you think fighting should be banned in hockey, then we suggest to proceed on to another story on winnipegfreepress.com.

But if you love a good-old fashioned dust-up, then the YouTube video of an American Hockey League fight featuring Winnipegger Frazer McLaren might get your juices flowing.

A seventh-round draft pick, (203rd overall) of the San Jose Sharks, McLaren – who played seven games with the NHL club last year – has spent most of this year in the AHL with the Sharks’ farm club in Worcester.

McLaren and Portland Pirates forward Joel Rechlicz got into a nasty battle in the first period of a game Tuesday night, eventually won 7-2 by the Pirates. Those two clubs have combined for 29 fighting majors in seven games this year and meet again this Sunday in Worcester.

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