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John Scott fights Kevin Westgarth video

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fight.jpgLOS ANGELES -- John Scott wanted to make sure his presence was felt. That would be his 6-foot-8, even-bigger-on-skates presence.

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:

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Westgarth is an inexperienced fighter. It takes a a while and some practice to figure out how to grab a guy in a fight. I'm surprised, as most of the Hawks are punks. Sadly, without Byfuglien, they wont even make it out of the Western this year. And for sure the Kings need to get a tough guy. Westgarth is just a big guy, not a real fighter. Next time they play, I'm pretty sure the next time, when key players return, the Kings will brutalize the Hawks.

garagehero is an idiot. Yeah...ok. Lol

take your helmet off, Scott.

hey garagehero how's that 2 fight prediction going for ya????Scott whipped him again

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