Would the Habs benefit from a Heavyweight enforcer? Part 3
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05-26-2013, 09:39 AM
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Where is this "decent hockey player who can fight" player at?
Thornton leaving Boston? Neil leaving Ottawa? There arent too many of them around and I know that you realize that because it gives you some sense of credibility wishing for something that you cannot have.
Enforcers dont strike fear in their opponents. They only fight guys like Neil and Thornton who do take liberties with the Habs skill players. A simple concept that you continue to ignore.
Prust is one, if Moen rebounds he can be another. White has potential to be one but isn't there yet. But since none of these guys are "heavyweights" you think it means nothing.
It's a simple concept that doesn't exist. Guys like Neil and Thornton aren't afraid of any enforcers, so it won't deter them from taking liberties.
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