Do we need a heavyweight enforcer...
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02-01-2013, 08:04 AM
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Lorraine, QC
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There's a lot of good young fighters that aren't that bad, like Toronto that just claimed Mclaren. The player to get imo was Brandon Maschinter who got traded from San Jose to NY.
The point isn't to have THE BEST fighter out there, it's just getting somebody that can do the job, for us to stand our ground, and to Whitesnake, that doesn't mean we're becoming Boston, it's just a winning formula when you're best players can play their game.
Anyways, we moved wayyy forward by getting Prust, he's made his presence felt since day 1 and it shows, a lot. Galchenyuk was happy to have him on his on his side at the end of last game I'm sure of it.
But McLaren CAN'T play hockey whatsoever. I don't see the point in going back in ages and get a guy who can't play hockey. What Boston does great is that their fighters are actually good hockey players. You get a goon who can't play and right there you have a disadvantage. And sorry...but 1 game of Scott against Thornton will not change my mind. If anything, Chara should have went there and visit Scott. Thornton is incredibly brave for doing it.
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