Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-22-2013, 10:14 AM
Join Date: Oct 2012
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Thornton is one hell of an enforcer
and one that you can trust to play quality minutes when he's on the ice. Much more than just a goon imo
no. He follow the "code" way too much. He's a good fighter/player but not enforcer...
And it's funny cause before Boston, he was with Anaheim and he was the number2 guy and was often a scratch. That just show you how much you can be better with more ice time and with a coach who trust you.
Same goes for Peluso before is injury. All the jets fan where **** off after this signing but now, they all want to trade Thorburn because they find out that Peluso is better at everythings.
Add to that Mcgrattan who played on the 3rd line at the end of the year with Calgary and pretty much all their fans want to sign him.
If you never give them a chance to show you what they can do, they will never be good and they will go somewhere else.....
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