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05-15-2011, 11:51 AM
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If the Canucks try to mess with Couture they will have to deal with Ryane "Papa Bear" Clowe, making him the pest. If not, Clowe will chirp at your guys, a lot.

Nichol played the pest role great against LA too.

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05-15-2011, 12:13 PM
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1a - Pavelski (whom they called Divelski, and hated about evenly with Thornton) - for constantly driving the net, pestering Howard, and most of all drawing the most penalties (five in one game were all committed against him). He and Clowe were both constantly referred to as beasts by Wings fans.
http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/boxscore?gid=2011042918

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Penalty Summary
1st Period
2:30 San Jose roughing - 2 min B. Ferriero drawn by D. Miller
2:30 San Jose cross checking - 2 min S. Nichol drawn by D. Miller
2:30 Detroit roughing - 2 min D. Miller drawn by B. Ferriero
11:20 Detroit hooking - 2 min J. Ericsson drawn by J. Pavelski
16:02 San Jose interference - 2 min D. Heatley drawn by B. Rafalski
2nd Period
6:33 Detroit tripping - 2 min J. Hudler drawn by J. Pavelski
9:57 San Jose roughing - 2 min J. Pavelski drawn by J. Howard
9:57 Detroit roughing - 2 min J. Howard drawn by J. Pavelski served by J. Hudler
3rd Period
9:41 Detroit boarding - 2 min T. Bertuzzi drawn by J. Pavelski
13:52 Detroit slashing - 2 min P. Eaves drawn by P. Marleau
OT Period
2:43 Detroit high-sticking - 4 min J. Abdelkader drawn by N. Wallin
Had to look this up out of curiosity... Ferriero actually got credit for 1 draw in Game 1, as well as Marleau, but that's still pretty crazy that Pavs drew 4 penalties considering the "balanced" penalty drawing in the other games.

Oh yeah, one of them was an offsetting minor.

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05-15-2011, 12:56 PM
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No real pests on the team, but majority of the post whistle scrums seem to happen with Vlasic and Demers on the ice.

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05-15-2011, 01:50 PM
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If the Canucks try to mess with Couture they will have to deal with Ryane "Papa Bear" Clowe, making him the pest. If not, Clowe will chirp at your guys, a lot.

Nichol played the pest role great against LA too.

I wouldn't call Clowe a pest because even though he's physical, he plays a very clean game for the most part. He talks a lot, but if there's work to be done he won't just throw little slashes and crosschecks, he'll whoop somebody's ass.

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05-15-2011, 01:57 PM
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I'm thinking if Eager plays in this series he'll return to his Chicago form and just harass Canuck players like the good old days.

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