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Aurel Joliat 07-05-2011 03:24 PM

2011-12 Fighters by Team
 
New season, new thread !


Anaheim
:ducks
George Parros
Matt Beleskey
Sheldon Brookbank
Rod Pelley


Boston
:bruins
Zdeno Chara
Shawn Thornton
Greg Campbell
Nathan Horton
Milan Lucic
Adam McQuaid


Buffalo
:sabres
Patrick Kaleta
Cody McCormick
Corey Tropp


Clagary
:flames
Guillaume Desbiens
Jarome Iginla
Tim Jackman
Tom Kostopoulos


Carolina
:canes
Bryan Allen
Tim Gleason
Jay Harrison


Chicago
:hawks
Brandon Bollig
Dan Carcillo
Jamal Mayers
Steve Montador
Sean O'Donnell
Andrew Shaw


Colorado
:avs
Steve Downie
Cody McLeod
Shane O'Brien
Ryan Wilson


Columbus
:cbj
Jared Boll
Derek Dorsett


Dallas
:stars
Adam Burish
Jake Dowell
Eric Nystrom
Steve Ott
Sheldon Souray


Detroit
:wings
Justin Abdelkader
Brendan Smith


Edmonton
:edmonton
Darcy Hordichuk
Ben Eager
Theo Peckham


Florida
:panthers
Krys Barch
Matt Bradley
Erik Gudbranson


Los Angeles
:kings
Kevin Westgarth
Kyle Clifford
Matt Greene
Colin Fraser
Jordan Nolan


Minnesota
:wild
Matt Kassian
Warren Peters
Darroll Powe
Clayton Stoner


Montreal
:habs
Travis Moen
Brad Staubitz
Ryan White


Nashville
:nashville
Paul Gaustad
Brian McGrattan
Jordin Tootoo
Brandon Yip


New Jersey
:devils
Eric Boulton
Cam Janssen
Ryan Carter
David Clarkson
Brad Mills


NY Islanders
:isles
Michael Haley
Travis Hamonic
Matt Martin


NY Rangers
:rangers
Brandon Dubinsky
Mike Rupp
Stu Bickel
Brandon Prust
Michael Sauer
John Scott

Aurel Joliat 07-05-2011 03:28 PM

Ottawa
:sens
Matt Carkner
Zenon Konopka
Chris Neil
Zack Smith


Philadelphie
:flyers
Tom Sestito
Jody Shelley
Scott Hartnell
Zac Rinaldo
Wayne Simmonds


Phoenix
:coyotes
Paul Bissonette
Kyle Chipchura


Pittsburgh
:pens
Deryk Engelland
Craig Adams
Arron Asham


St-Louis
:blues
BJ Crombeen
Scott Nichol
Ryan Reaves
Chris Stewart


San Jose
:sharks
Ryan Clowe
Andrew Desjardins
Doug Murray
Jim Vandermeer
Tommy Wingels


Tampa Bay
:bolts
Mike Commodore
Ryan Malone
Brandon Segal


Toronto
:leafs
Mike Brown
Mike Komisarek
Dion Phaneuf
Jay Rosehill
Luke Schenn


Vancouver
:nucks
Kevin Bieksa
Zack Kassian
Maxim Lapierre
Aaron Volpatti
Dale Weise


Washington
:caps
Troy Brouwer
John Erskine
Matt Hendricks


Winnipeg
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Tanner Glass
Mark Stuart
Chris Thorburn

Who should I add ?

Wheatking 07-05-2011 04:01 PM

Maybe Andy Sutton for the Oilers. He's good for a handful of fights every season.

BacklundtoBartschi* 07-05-2011 04:20 PM

What about Iginla he gets in like 5 fights a year

Gene Parmesan 07-05-2011 04:23 PM

you forgot Andrew Desjardins for the Sharks. I'm sure Jamie McGinn will drop them a few times as well.

straka91* 07-05-2011 05:48 PM

Leblond (Devils) and M. Kassian (Wild) could see a few games this season. Long shot for Peluso(Blues) if Reaves goes down with injury.

Staubitz is not a HW, but a solid MW. Otherwise solid list.

Kevin27nyi 07-05-2011 06:10 PM

Add Hamonic to the Isles list.

Zrinski 07-05-2011 06:52 PM

Orr, Brown and Rosehill (if Orr is injured) for Leafs.

Aurel Joliat 07-05-2011 06:55 PM

Updated ! Thanks for your contribution.

Anaheim is normally a pretty tough team I am sure they will add some toughness to their line-up

JeffMangum 07-05-2011 06:57 PM

I'd add Dubinsky on for the Rangers.

MoreMogilny 07-05-2011 07:39 PM

I'd put Aulie in for the Leafs.

He had 2 fights for the Leafs last year in only 40 games, and had 5 fights in the AHL, for a total of 7 over a whole season. By comparison, Schenn only had 2 fights total, 5 less than Aulie.

Not that it means a whole lot, but Aulie is a better fighter than Schenn as well.

Paris in Flames 07-05-2011 09:14 PM

Komisarek had 7 fights this season for the Leafs. While he only won like....2, he still dropped them a good amount.

.....though, I'm not sure I want Komisarek to represent us as a fighter.

Fel 96 07-06-2011 12:46 AM

Matt Kassian shouldn't play with the Wild this year.

If he plays, he might possibly play less than 10 games.

purpleparrots30 07-06-2011 03:51 AM

add boyle for rangers

Black Tank 07-06-2011 06:23 AM

The only players who should be fighting for the Rangers are Rupp and Prust. Sauer, Dubinsky and Boyle dropping the gloves hurts the team.

Lion Hound 07-06-2011 07:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Black Tank (Post 34718559)
The only players who should be fighting for the Rangers are Rupp and Prust. Sauer, Dubinsky and Boyle dropping the gloves hurts the team.

All depends on the sitaution. Sometimes it fires them up...Remember the Dubinsky Richards fight?

I agree Prust is the main guy followed by Rupp.

swissexpert 07-06-2011 07:53 AM

Sbisa for Anaheim. Will likely fight more than 5 times

Aurel Joliat 07-06-2011 10:37 AM

Yes Sbisa was surprising last year.

I will not add Boyle he has a carrer high of 4 fights... Dubinsky fought only 6 times in the last 2 years.

To be on the list I think you must drop the gloves 5,6,7 times per year, at least

fully spectrumed 07-06-2011 10:49 AM

Could add Matt Walker for Philly.

As is seems most likely he'll be waived down again but who knows.

ShadowDuck 07-06-2011 11:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wheatking (Post 34694005)
Maybe Andy Sutton for the Oilers. He's good for a handful of fights every season.

Maybe not anymore, wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't fight again because he broke his hand in one last year.
Obviously that's not a rare thing to do but that shattered any type of confidence in him and made him play 'fragile'

lancer247 07-06-2011 10:02 PM

CHI is ridiculous.
Carcillo starting the fires and Scott putting them out.
Mayers, OD and Montador is just being piggish about it.

I wish EDM would resign Mac.

That would be some awesome games.

Mac - Scott
Peckham - Mayers
Eager - OD
Hordichuk - Carcillo

Phaedrus 07-07-2011 06:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lancer247 (Post 34754123)
CHI is ridiculous.
Carcillo starting the fires and Scott putting them out.
Mayers, OD and Montador is just being piggish about it.

I wish EDM would resign Mac.

That would be some awesome games.

Mac - Scott
Peckham - Mayers
Eager - OD
Hordichuk - Carcillo

I haven't heard squat about MacIntyre, but until I hear that he has signed elsewhere I am holding out hope that the Oil re-signs him.

For the really tough games a lineup with

Eager-?????-?????
MacIntyre-??????-Hordichuk

Peckham-Sutton

...should make for interesting hockey.

Think of it this way, Hordichuk replaces Stortini and Eager replaces Jacques - both are big improvements, and like last year the Oil could still make use of MacIntyre. And IF the Oil were to bring back Bic Mac you can be sure he would know his role.

For the record, MacIntyre would probably pull an Ivanens on Scott.

lancer247 07-07-2011 06:36 PM

For the record, MacIntyre would probably pull an Ivanens on Scott.

thats a tall task...no pun intended.

have they fought in the minors?

Phaedrus 07-07-2011 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lancer247 (Post 34789583)
For the record, MacIntyre would probably pull an Ivanens on Scott.

thats a tall task...no pun intended.

have they fought in the minors?

Not that I am aware of... but that doens't mean much. I am only basing it upon the quality of competition and the fact that Scott seldom - if ever - fights guys his own size. And no disrespect is meant to Scott, but the fact is MacIntyre was top two with Boogaard around. Now that Boogaard is no longer with us, well...

Boogaard's passing may have been the beginning of the end for players of his ilk. With no Boogeyman around, teams no longer need a MacIntyre. Perhaps we'll witness a return to old time enforcers... guys that can play the game, hold people accountable, and not only fight by appointment. I would be all for this... I really like MacIntyre, but what is the point of having a player like him if he'll only fight a handful of others in the league - and to be fair, only a handful of others would dare to fight him. The Boogaards, MacIntyres, etc., may be going the way of the dinosaur (a fitting comparison, on a few levels).

Given Sutton's comparable size, and the fact he fights at close to the same level as Scott, he may be a more fitting match-up for Big Jon. I am not claiming Sutton would win, only that I don't think Scott is in MacIntyre's league.

If we are indeed witnessing a return to a more well rounded type of enforcer, one to police the ice, I like Boston's chances with Thornton. Albeit, the Oilers aren't too bad off with Hordichuk - both are old school sorts of players who know their role.

A return to Old Time Hockey? I hope so.

Mogo 07-08-2011 07:00 AM

Mike Duco, Ed Jovanovski for Florida


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