Scott played for the first time since Nov. 10 Saturday against the Los Angeles Kings with Fernando Pisani out with an upper-body injury.
In the second period, Scott was asked to fight by the Kings' Kevin Westgarth. The aftermath was a beat up and bloodied Westgarth, who is 6-4 and 228 pounds. Play was stopped afterward as Westgarth's blood was scrapped off the ice.
"It was a good fight," Scott said. "He wanted to get their team going. It happens. I got the better of him this time.
"He tried to hit me but couldn't reach me. I got long arms, kind of like a monkey-armed baboon swinging away."
It looked like Westgarth tried to tap out after a while, but Scott said that wasn't the case.
"I heard the ref saying stop, stop, stop, but he kept going, so I just kept throwing," he said.
Here's the fight: