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03-24-2013, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by black charger View Post
Easily Orr in the east.Won all scraps this year,except for one,maybe two draws.He's only 6,3",220.Not all that big and will go with anyone.Usually skates away smiling too.

Don't know about the west,I don't get to watch many games.
Originally Posted by BMW View Post
This. Orr has defeated all the top heavyweights over the past few years ie Boogaard, Scott, Lucic, Mcgrattan, etc.

He may be undefeated this season while leading the Leafs in fighting majors. This guy's got to be the best enforcer, even those who have beaten him (Engelland for ex), Orr has avenged his loss by beating them.
Originally Posted by BMW View Post
Lol'd. Orr will take care of him like he did Carkner, then the Sens fans will still say hes not the best.

Since the lockout, Orr has the 2nd most fights in the league. This season, he has the 2nd most fighting majors (10) and is undefeated. JS.
Leafs fans need to drop the hyperbole if they want to be taken seriously. Orr isn't undefeated this season, not even close. He has two clear losses, to Westgarth and Neil. I can understand why people are trying to forget that, given the two guys he lost to, but you can't ignore facts. Can try to make as many excuses as you'd like, but they were clear losses.

Making excuses just hurts your credibility, and really shouldn't be necessary. When you fight as much as Orr, it happens, this should be common sense.

That said, he's certainly up there, along with McGrattan, Scott etc. Certainly not the undisputed champ as some will like to believe, there is none.

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