Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-05-2013, 09:45 PM
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And the common denominator was that the Habs do not need tough guys.
"There Is NO FIGHTING In The Playoffs".
The Bruins and the Leafs have the two teams with the most tough guys.
Look at the ****ing box score last night. One pissed off Thornton fight against Fraser at the end of the game. That's it. No more than that. The other fight in their series was Komarov vs Kelly.
Now look at the Sens vs Habs. Because the Habs dont match up in size and toughness against Kassian and Neil, they take advantage of it and beat the **** out of the Habs on the ice.
Wonder why that happened? Because the Sens or any other team can. Nothing more than that. Pound the Habs and you win.
But the tough Leafs and Bruins are not fighting because they have plenty of tough guys.
That point is lost and will probably remain lost for most here.
Enjoy the ass whipping on the ice boys.
In before the hippies ask how tough guys prevent injuries!
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