The All-Purpose Toughness Thread (Part 2)
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01-11-2012, 09:43 PM
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: New Brunswick
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The Habs are a puss team. Deal with it guys.
15 toughest teams (according to hockeyfights.com) : 13.5th/30 (average)
15 softest teams (according to hockeyfights.com) : 17.5th/30 (average)
The Habs are not going to win until they will put on the ice, a team that's going to match with:
- The tough Boston Bruins (Thornton, Lucic, Chara, McQuaid, Boychuk, Ference, Campbell)
- The tough Ottawa Senators (Carkner, Neil, Smith, Konopka, Cowen)
- The tough Rangers (Rupp, Prust, Dubinsky, Callahan, Deveaux, Bickel)
- The tough Penguins (MacIntyre, Engelland, Asham, Adams, Kennedy)
- The tough Flyers (Shelley, Walker, Simmonds, Bourdon, Rinaldo)
Beside this, what do we have? Travis Moen... who doesn't even match up with most of those guys.
What does this mean? Am I missing something here?
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