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01-23-2012, 07:11 PM
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Another fight after a clean hit (Brad Stuart obliterates Pietrangelo)

This is so stupid. Why should Stuart have to fight Stewart?

EDIT: Stuart nails Pietrangelo... "Obliterates" him... Clean hit though.

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01-23-2012, 07:13 PM
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Yep, this is a reason the instigator exists. I'm sick of morons saying it needs to be removed.

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Stewart didn't have to fight someone when he hit Kronwall from behind last time.

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They need to start handing out suspensions for idiots starting fights over clean hits.

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Stewart is a coward, and a moron.

You go and fight a guy who you know can't fight, after a hit that everyone knows is clean, and put your team on the penalty kill after having the majority of momentum during that period.

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That wasn't even a big hit, Stewart sure pounded him for it anyway.

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Stupid fight.


But Stewart was wrecking Stuart in that one.

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Haha, agree. That was idiotic.

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This is so stupid. Why should Stuart have to fight Stewart?

EDIT: Stuart nails Pietrangelo... Amazing, clean hit.
So Stuart doesn't get called on the tie-down? Stuart got straight dropped. Funny how he can only throw a punch when he is down on the ground while the ref's are trying to break it up.

Stay class brohan.

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i believe its also a suspension to come onto the ice for the soul purpse to start a fight. He made a B-line from the bench away from the play and went after Stuart.

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Stewart is a coward, and a moron.

You go and fight a guy who you know can't fight, after a hit that everyone knows is clean, and put your team on the penalty kill after having the majority of momentum during that period.
Someone needs a tissue, eh?

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i believe its also a suspension to come onto the ice for the soul purpse to start a fight. He made a B-line from the bench away from the play and went after Stuart.
Boo hoo.

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Someone needs a tissue, eh?



Boo hoo.

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Mighty Ducks voice: "Two minutes? Well worth it". Stuart got worked over after being jumped after that clean hit.

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This is so stupid. Why should Stuart have to fight Stewart?

EDIT: Stuart nails Pietrangelo... "Obliterates" him... Clean hit though.
He didnt have to fight any one, he choose to fight stewert. If he didnt want to fight he could have skated away when he saw stewert coming straight towards him. but he choose to drop his gloves

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Haha Stewart beat the crap out of him.

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So Stuart doesn't get called on the tie-down? Stuart got straight dropped. Funny how he can only throw a punch when he is down on the ground while the ref's are trying to break it up.

Stay class brohan.
hahahaha you want a tie down penalty?!? Then says he has no class because a goon jumped him and he threw one punch? He got worked in the fight, sure, but it shoud've never happened.

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No Hit League.

it's not the Refs.

It's not Shanaban.

It's not Bettman.

It's the stupid players.

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He didnt have to fight any one, he choose to fight stewert. If he didnt want to fight he could have skated away when he saw stewert coming straight towards him. but he choose to drop his gloves
...and then there would be people calling Stuart a coward.

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So Stuart doesn't get called on the tie-down? Stuart got straight dropped. Funny how he can only throw a punch when he is down on the ground while the ref's are trying to break it up.

Stay class brohan.
How can the tie-down rule apply when a player is forced to fight?

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By the way Stewart threw a lot of punches but hits Brad maybe twice. He also pinned him against the boards and brought him down. He didn't really kick his ass. Looked much worse than it was.

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How can the tie-down rule apply when a player is forced to fight?
All players are required to wear the tie-downs.....

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Lurker bro. Don't be mad that I'm cooler than you.
Lurker or not, you're quite the troll.

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How can the tie-down rule apply when a player is forced to fight?
Forced? LuL!

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