Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-05-2013, 11:27 PM
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Originally Posted by
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I don't care what they did in the AHL, but in the NHL, Reaves has actually been thriving in defensive zone starts and uses his rough play to actually win back pucks, where Bordeleau looks like a standard goon who skips shifts and plays an entirely sheltered role.
I didn't even notice Kassian except for a fight initiated by the Habs. Apparently he got a shot on goal though, so maybe he was more productive than Desharnais. I honestly can't tell what his purpose is considering the Sens have plenty of guys who can win their own fights. Seriously, for all the reasons the Habs got humiliated, you point to
Matt Kassian individually?
The mindset of the Ottawa Senators organization and specifically Paul Maclean who saw a benefit to dress Kassian in the playoffs?
Hockey is a physical game. And if you dismiss the mental game, you get blown out of the arena 6-1.........and get a good ass whipping as well.
We sent a message in Game 2. The Sens replied to our message tonight.
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