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02-02-2013, 04:23 AM
Join Date: Nov 2004
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Well Boston has themselves to blame for forcing the hand of another team to GET a goon player to have to combat them. Believe me, the Sabres management was more than happy to have smallish, skilled forwards but they constantly got bullied and roughed up by Boston.
I think it's hilarious this morning on Boston radio to hear people upset that no one on their club had Thornton's back last night. All their big guys suddenly turned "soft"
and they didn't have the guts to challenge Buffalo's big guy. Too funny. The Bruins fan reaction is arguably better than the actual on ice incidents.
Cheers to that!
And...maybe I love the Sabres 'cause they have lots of small, good, entertaining players that I like to watch, but...a team like the Bruins won't let them play hockey...they'll stop playing hockey when they feel they can't make a comeback and just start going after players (injuring them, fighting them)...and then the NHL doesn't do anything about it...it's almost as if
the NHL wants teams to goon it up.
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