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Hotstove: Fighting in NHL on the decline

On Saturday night's edition of Hotstove Tonight, Elliotte Friedman and Glenn Healy discussed the decline of fighting in the NHL.

70 per cent of games this season did not include a fight

On Saturday night's edition of Hotstove Tonight, Elliotte Friedman and Glenn Healy discussed the decline of fighting in the NHL.

Glenn Healy noted that fighting is down 17 per cent so far in the 2013-14 NHL season, while 70 per cent of games didn't include a fight.

The Hockey Night in Canada crew also touched on the impressive offensive numbers by defencemen this season, Charles Wang, who is reportedly in talks to sell the New York Islanders, and more.

For more, watch the full segment in the video above.

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