Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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04-22-2013, 07:30 PM
Join Date: Jun 2011
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The proper way to use an enforcer.
If you are not watching the Pens Sens game, you are missing what Montreal has been missing for many years.
Michalek hits Orpik high and Orpik responds by getting into Michalek's face. Linesmen break them up.
A shift or two later, Neil goes after Orpik. Big MacIntyre steps in front of Neil, Neil tucks his tail, skates away and all he can do is yap at the Pens bench.
If this were Sens vs Habs, Neil would not have had anyone step in and stop him from doing whatever he wanted to.
Kudos to the Pens from pulling big Mac up for this game. Hopefully Bergevin is watching and finally gets an idea for next season.
The sad thing is you actually having to explain why we need a "tough guy" and how the game operates with those kinds of players.
It's not a knock on you. It's a knock on those who oppose this part of hockey.
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