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02-03-2013, 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by bruinsfan46 View Post
Thornton is clearly a better fighter than Parros (both head to head and how they do around the league), Parros just grabbed a hold early on of Scott. Not much of a scrap this one, neither guy landed much. I'm not worried about the Bruins' heavyweight, you fight the biggest, toughest around for long enough somebody will catch you. As long as his concussion doesn't linger too long.
Well said. That's why I was like wowed, cause seeing him day in and day out, for years; fighting for our team and winning the majority of them. Not once can I remember where he was hurt like that. Just as you said, there will come a time when someone will put you down that's just the way it is. You can't win them all.

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