View Single Post
Old
02-28-2013, 12:55 PM
  #988
hockeylegend11
Registered User
 
Join Date: Sep 2010
Country: Canada
Posts: 6,098
vCash: 500
Quote:
Originally Posted by aresknights View Post
You cant be talkin bout Knights fans, can you? The numbers dont seem to support you if true

WIndsor 63 fights for 1st overall. London 33 for 17th

Bilcke, Bowen, Clarke with 9 fights, Rychel and Studnicka 6 each

Leroux with 7 (3 against the Spits), Anderson 5, Raine 4, R Rupert 3

Leroux listed at 16 GP. 49 pims.
Clarke, Bowen and Bilcke all played double that. ( and its hard to argue their out there not to intimidate) hhhhmmm, who plays the "tough guys"
Cant blame HUnter for wanting someone (or a couple) guys in the lineup to prtoect those young skilled guys against a team that has shown it loves to bring the game down to that level Hey Boug has em doing what he thinks they need to, no biggie
Not sure why u guys keep mentioning Clark along with Bilcke and Bowen,Clark last yr had a total of 13 goals in 56 games including playoffs ,is that a player with no hockey skills,this year are aware he has more goals then 10 Knight players,including forwards and dmen,is that a guy with no skills
As for Bilcke and Bowen its interesting u mentioned they have have played double LeRoux,yet he has more fights pro rated then both in half the games
Earlier in the season Bowen rarely played,when the injuries hit he has been in,especially when Bilcke missed 21 games,the tam has been playing short rostered for the last 20 games,so Bowen plays
I can assure u if the Spits were healthy Bowen is the 21 or 22nd guy,Clark has a reg most of season,though again had the team been healthy he might have up on the 4th line,as he has not produced goal wise like last yr
At the end of the day if London wants to dress a unii dimensional player over a skill guy against a team missing 2 of its 3 toughest players go for it,hope he sees a lot
ice,I like that match up

hockeylegend11 is offline