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02-10-2013, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by lampshade View Post
Fortunately for Orr his job is to fight and enforce not score goals. How many fighting majors has Orr had and how many pims? Believe it or not that's what he is employed to do. When you are the best at anything there is a market for you. Orr happens to be one of the best fighters in the world and gets paid good money to do it. That just the way it is mate.
I agree with you, but I really don't think guys like him are game changers. Out of the others mentioned, Orr is the best choice.

But there are plenty of guys tougher than Orr that just can't handle a shift in the NHL. Orr can get by. Barely imo

John Scott can't play but is tough, MacIntyre is tough but has trouble playing in the AHL. Thornton is my favourite enforcer though I hate that he plays for the Bruins.

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