Hockey fights are weird. Often times, players duke it not because they have any real animosity towards each other, but because it’s their job.
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On Saturday, the San Jose Sharks’ Brenden Dillon got in a tussle with the Nashville Predators’ Austin Watson, and the two threw a few punches before settling into an aggressive slow dance.
Lucky for us, Dillon was wearing a microphone the entire time, and the two exchanged some penalty box small talk that shows how deep player camaraderie sometimes runs.
Dillon: Hey Wats, we gotta work on our cardio this summer, huh?
Watson: I’m dyin’ after like 10 seconds, man. I’ll come see Joey, we’ll mix it in.
Dillion: Joey doesn’t know cardio.
Watson: Good luck the rest of the year bud.
Dillion: Thanks, you too buddy!