The Gloves are Comin' off: Hockey Fights are Here to Stay

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"Knockout Hockey" video capturing incredible fight action begins airing in National Television Commercials!

We've brought one of the oldest aspects of the sport to fans' living rooms at the click of a button.

Hockey is a sport of grace, hand-eye coordination, strength, endurance and of course, fights. This week, many of the most entertaining bouts the sport has ever witnessed will be made available via "Knockout Hockey," the ultimate DVD for the ultimate Hockey fan.

Ex-minor league hockey player and radio personality Mal Lang had a vision for "Knockout Hockey" since his days on the ice when he realized that only two events cause fans to stand up and cheer! A goal and a fight!

When the gloves fly off and the players give each other first a look of frustration, followed by fans yelling, the action is on with the players and fans alike slamming their hands on the glass as they demand the unheralded excitement that no other sport can offer.

As the crowd settles down and the brawl is minimized into a penalty, a player is penalized for a few minutes of the game but the adrenaline that viewers receive is far more rewarding.

"'Knockout Hockey' captures the excitement of a hockey fight over and over again with its nonstop action throughout its entirety," said the Producer of Knockout Hockey, Mal Lang. "We've brought one of the oldest aspects of the sport to fans' living rooms at the click of a button."

WARNING: Prolonged viewing may cause aggressive tendencies is some individuals.

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