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03-07-2012, 06:52 AM
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If Seidenberg beat him down like that I'm glad McQuaid didn't get his hands on him.
At the faceoff before this he jawing at looch.. maybe army should've taken his beaten then so he wouldn't have gotten embarassed by seids.

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Wow, did not think Seidenberg had it in him. That was a beatdown.

New nickname for him is: Eisenfaust! (Ironfist, in German)
DAS EISENFAUST haha

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03-07-2012, 08:58 AM
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He's got a nose on the backside of his body?
That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.

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03-07-2012, 09:06 AM
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Army lost, at least he wasn't made to be a prison ***** like Marchand was.
Paper bag Connelly wouldn't fair too good against the guy that totally dominated your team

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03-07-2012, 09:06 AM
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That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.
Armstrong wasn't using his hands to punch, maybe he should have pulled off Seids helmet.

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03-07-2012, 09:07 AM
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That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.
I have less of a problem with it since he doesn't fight as much.. **** I don't even think he's got more than 5 fighting majors in his career. He should've taken off the helmet but it still wouldn't have changed the fight.

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03-07-2012, 09:18 AM
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That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.
Really grasping at straws there buddy. It was a spur of the moment scrap after a questionable hit, not Seidenberg's fault that Armstrong underestimated him.

Was awesome seeing Dennis handle himself, he comes off as being almost too passive some of the time. Almost reminds me of Bergeron's throatpunch to Gorges.

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03-07-2012, 09:40 AM
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This is why I like Jack Edwards (and why everyone else hates him)


Honestly, I think that vid's a perfect example of why Edwards is a good announcer.

He didn't say anything slanderous or untrue about Armstrong. Right before the hit he was kind-of complimenting him on being a blue-collar player and he didn't overreact to the hit on Seidenberg... just commented that Armstrong came all the way across to throw it, which was true. On the replay, Brickley pointed out that Seidenberg did indeed lose an edge.

The only thing to get upset about is that Edwards clearly enjoyed seeing Seidenberg win the fight. And being a Bruins fan, why wouldn't he? Good fight call IMO.

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03-07-2012, 12:33 PM
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Army is a terrible fighter, he got one shotted by Fedotenko.

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03-07-2012, 01:00 PM
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You mean when Connolly hugged Marchand and fell to the ice with him?

Right.

Armstrong hasn't come back to the game. Marchand is still playing. Good call though.
That was more of a Judo throw by Connolly.

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03-07-2012, 01:02 PM
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At the faceoff before this he jawing at looch.. maybe army should've taken his beaten then so he wouldn't have gotten embarassed by seids.
I know. Would of been pretty ugly if he fought Lucic.

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03-07-2012, 01:15 PM
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I know. Would of been pretty ugly if he fought Lucic.
I was really hoping for the Lucic and Armstrong fight lol

but Armstrong seems like a funny person and a good teammate, respect

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I know. Would of been pretty ugly if he fought Lucic.
If seids broke his nose what the hell would looch do? would've been scary.

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03-07-2012, 02:18 PM
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That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.
Low, complaining about how much you hate fighting all the time, then going to the fights forum an critiquing something a Bruins player did.

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03-07-2012, 04:17 PM
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He got wrecked.

Seidenberg was wearing a visor for what it's worth, but it didn't matter because all Colby did was hold on for dear life as he was being pummeled.
Yeah I didn't like that he had the visor on. Armstrong is lucky that McQuaid didn't get to him though.

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03-07-2012, 04:40 PM
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Yeah I didn't like that he had the visor on. Armstrong is lucky that McQuaid didn't get to him though.
I'm defending a Bruins player against a Bruins poster, but... Seidenberg didn't really have time to take it off.

Also, Seidenberg probably saved Armstrong's life had he had to fight McQuaid.

God, Armstrong sucks at everything.

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03-07-2012, 08:53 PM
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That's Lucic's.

Low, wearing a helmet and a visor and punching on a guy who has no head protection.
can't figure out if you are a Canucks or Canadiens fan but typical reply- hopefully a Canucks because they have a good chance at winning it all the next two years; Montreal may never win again.

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Army is a terrible fighter, he got one shotted by Fedotenko.
That's no excuse.

Was it not Armstrong that once upon a time ran at players coming out from back of their net with the puck? Something like Chris Neil does.

Well there are a couple of players rejoicing.

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Good for Dennis, took the hit then handled it himself.....pretty well too!!

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That's no excuse.

Was it not Armstrong that once upon a time ran at players coming out from back of their net with the puck? Something like Chris Neil does.

Well there are a couple of players rejoicing.
What excuse was I giving?

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Good thing he didn't go with McQuaid.

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The word destroyed gets used so liberally around here, eh?

In this case, yes Armstrong was destroyed and good riddance. It's not that he's "dirty" or another Cooke, as some would want you to believe, it's just... he brings absolutely nothing to the table, and that's all.

He's a nice guy, but... no. Just no.
Not really sure why this was necessary.

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I think Armstrong is at a disadvantage in fights because of his dumb face. If I were in a fight, and my opposition had a similar, stupid face, I would have an increased motivation to just punch it in and punish it. This is probably what happens with Armstrong. Patrick Kane would probably fill him in.

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Wow, did not think Seidenberg had it in him. That was a beatdown.

New nickname for him is: Eisenfaust! (Ironfist, in German)
I was going to write Panzerfaust, but Eisenfaust works better

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i like the game armstrong plays - his absence from TO's lineup is noticeable - but jeeeeez colby, throw a ****ing punch! especially when you are getting gehammert!

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