Habs management doesn't get it...(umpteenth toughness thread)
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09-04-2011, 11:19 PM
Join Date: Mar 2011
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I don't think his analogy was calling into question what fighting provides in the game, rather what the meaning of the poll is and whether the information that it provides is a good argument to keep fighting in the game...namely that players approve of it. He's saying had you polled nhlers in the 60s whether they wanted to force helmets, he would expect that a similar answer would happen.
It has nothing to do with the relevance of fighting in hockey, but his question was regarding the relevance of the information of that poll. I really don't understand why you can't see this and choose to talk about irrelavent points..
Not to get into a back and forth, but the gist of this thread is "toughness" and the lack thereof with the Canadiens.
A member posted a poll regarding the players not wanting to get rid of fighting. Fighting goes hand in hand with toughness......despite the staunch denial by some here.
Asking about a speculative poll that never happened regarding
on a thread about toughness is completely irrelevant. It would make as much sense in this thread if I were to ask you if you knew the poll results of players regarding the elimination of the
two line pass
But then again, this thread has had so many twists and turns away from the original topic that I expect nothing less.
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