Why Are Hockey Fights so Prevalent?

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Hockey fights are prevalent because that is what the sport is known for. It's not typically acceptable, but hockey players know that's what viewers want. Sometimes they might even be planned.
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Man do I love this question. No offense but you must to be a hockey fan to ask such a question. First the reason for fighting is a complex one. Most fights start due to a player looking
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