This did not last long! Boston Bruins’ Trent Frederick knocks down Blue Jackets opponent Len Pederson with just one punch in an ultra-fast NHL fight… before being pulled away
The Bruins’ Trent Frederic made quick work of Lane Pederson Thursday night as the two battled it out in the second period.
Frederick had had trouble with the Blue Jackets’ Pederson checking Boston captain Patrice Bergeron in the face earlier in the period.
While Pederson only got a two-minute penalty for the offense, Frederick made sure he got it back soon enough.
As the two circled each other, it took Frederick one quick punch to Pederson’s chin to send Columbus crashing to Earth.
Frederick’s teammates latched on to their captain as they beat the boards after a quick fight over.
Trent Frederick wanted to take out Lynn Pederson for Patrice Bergeron’s check in the face
Frederick Pedersen quickly took down Pedersen with a single punch to the face
Frederick threw a punch to Pederson’s chin, sending him to the ground
“It was a good punch,” Boston’s Tyler Bertuzzi said after the game, according to 98.5 The Sports Hub’s. Ty Anderson.
‘I do not know what to say.’
For Frederick, it was his seventh fight of the year, and only eight NHL players have fought as frequently this season.
The Bruins would go on to win the hard-fought game 2-1 in overtime.