Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-06-2013, 10:41 AM
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I also heard a few bright comments from Darche on the anti-chambre last night. He said that players from other teams go after Subban and Gallagher and Galchenyuk after every whistle with cross-checks to slashes.
Why don't we do the same?
Instead we go after the people doing the offence in Smith, Neil, Cowen, Kassian. Which we shouldn't because we're out-matched in size. Also, to the people who think having an enforcer is useless, look how Pacioretty and DD play a perimeter play now, knowing they don't have any enforcers to back it up. You know why Prust doesn't go after Karlsson? He remembers what a beating his team-mate from NY took last year for doing so. That's the kind of mentality we need to have, because sooner or later Subban and Gallagher will get injured.
that's what the Habs did in game 2, hitting Karlsson, Gonchar and a few others A LOT, no one bothered with Neil and he was invisible.
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