#7 Caps vs. Flyers line brawl
The date was Nov. 1, 2013 and the setting was Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers renewed their rivalry with an epic line brawl in the third period. You could tell the Flyers were pissed. The Caps came into a hostile territory and romped them with a 7-0 win.
At 17:28 Nicklas Backstrom scored to give the Caps an early 1-0 lead. The infamous Martin Erat and Nate Schmidt had the assists. In the second, the Caps continued to pile it on. Joel Ward scored and Jason Chimera added another.
Backstrom would later score his second goal of the game while Ward added another. Troy Brouwer struck on the power play and it was 6-0 thanks to five goals in the second period. In the third, Ward completed the hat trick with a power play goal before all the chaos started.
Tom Wilson would drop the gloves with Wayne Simmonds, Steve Olesky would go up against Vincent Lecavalier, Alexander Urbom would go at it with Brayden Schenn and even the goalies Braden Holtby and Ray Emery got involved.
The one matchup everyone still talks about is how both goalies got involved. It will go down in the history books as one of the best fights between the two rivals.