Tales of the Tape: Bill Guerin vs. Jim Slater

Oh, what would you like today, fellow Penguins fans?  A fight in which Bill Guerin gets a solid win?  I think I can help with that.

 

It looked like Jim Slater pushed Alexei Ponikarovsky a bit, but Guerin seemed to be itchin' for a tussle, so the two began struggling, gloves and sticks flying as they went.  Guerin's second shot knocked Slater's helmet off, then a couple jabs from Slater took off Guerin's.  Guerin got Slater down and started hitting his back, causing Slater to take something of a desperation swing to get him back into the match.  Unfortunately (for him), Guerin kept a hold of his jersey, bringing it up over his head (D2 style).  Guerin composed himself, pulled back for the big swing, and levelled Slater with it.  If that's not a win, I don't know what is.

What, don't believe me?  Here:

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(Thanks to Empty Netters).

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