Thread: Team toughness
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10-17-2013, 07:49 AM
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Originally Posted by savebyrichter420 View Post
You don't go after the guy right away, you wait till the game is out of reach to go after him. You also have the option of going after him the next time you play them. Constantly turning the other cheek and not stepping up when challenged, in my opinion, sends the wrong message. There's also nothing wrong with responding physically by laying down big hits on some of their top guys. For the facts tossed around here the one being ignored is that standing up for teammates and responding physically brings a team together and raises the overall battle level.

Chicago was and is a very skilled team but they have a few guys that are bigger and nastier than anyone we have. You don't have to be a goon to drop the gloves or lay the body. Who is our Seabrook on the back end or our Bickell up front? Would be nice to have a few guys who can match up size wise and who have an edge to their game.
i dont know why, but the Rangers seem to get big guys Pyatt, Pouliot, Malik Poti in the past that does not use their size at all or does not know how to, but when ever the Rangers get a gritty player hs is either under 6' or on the downside of his career.. why cant the Rangers get a player like Hartnell, Malone (when he was on the Penguins) Jamie Benn (5th round pick by Stars) Kyle Clifford, Matt Martin.. is it really hard for the Rangers to find these guys? it seems like every team has a player like this...

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