Do the Habs need a heavyweight enforcer?
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02-12-2013, 04:24 PM
Join Date: May 2012
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That's like saying Toronto has a panzy team having to send Grabovsky after Prust to get clocked.
...or Boston having a panzy team since Krejci was the one trying to "take care" of Pouliot.
Even if you have 3 250lbs heavyweights on the 4th line, if the other team sends Orr after Plekanec, they won't be there to "jump in" unless the jump off the bench.
Pleks, gio and co shouldn't have been on the ice at that time. We don't have any options to combat anything like this, we keep rolling the skill guys hoping them will get out of the funk. Gally, gally, gio, gorges, subban, need someone to mix it up for them when things get out of hand.
Those runs at our players take place because there is zero chance of us doing anything about it. Colby Armstrong is garbage, replacing him with garbage that can fight won't hurt a thing.
Pouliot and kreci are equal in the pansy department.
As far as your comment on grabs, I have no idea what you are talking about, that's grabs style, he'll do those things everywhere with anyone, he's fearless.
Getting a tough guy will not hurt a dman thing.
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