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Who's the best enforcer this year?

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03-20-2004, 01:41 PM
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Q. Who's the best enforcer this year?

A. Whichever team's players had the fewest cheapshots taken at them. Fighting is not the mark of a great enforcer. An enforcer's #1 task is to ensure that his teammates, especially star players, are protected, and no one takes liberties with them.
In the "pre-instigator rule" NHL that may have been a good guideline, but in today's NHL i'm not so sure.

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You mean the brawl that started because Brashear challenged Ray, busted his face open, and then two Senators were all over him as he was being escorted off the ice by the refs?
That wasn't Brashear. Somik is the one who started everything by busting up Ray. Brashear was in the penalty box next to Havlat the entire time.

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