D Steve Montador is out indefinitely with a concussion
D Niklas Hjalmarsson is expected to return following a concussion
D Sami Lepisto is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury
F Jonathan Toews is out indefinitely with a concussion
F Dan Carcillo is out for the year with a torn ACL
D Michael Sauer is out with a concussion
F Brandon Dubinsky is questionable with sinusitis
F Chad Kolarik is out with a knee injury
Hossa, Marian 27g+37a=64p
Toews, Jonathan 29g+28a=57p
Sharp, Patrick 25g+30a=55p
Kane, Patrick 16g+37a=53p
Keith, Duncan 4g+31a=35p
I think that, squared up, Bollig would prove a hard opponent for Scott. Bollig's like a taller Cam Janssen--a man that Scott has always had trouble with--because he can take a bunch of hits and still not lose his stride. Bollig may be able to out-endure him.
Why the **** should any player in the NHL go after John Scott. You win hockey games by intimidating the good players. We saw it first hand over and over again when Scott was here. Opps would go after the Kanes and the Toews, and ignore Scott. Yes, you'll see the odd staged fight in today's NHL, but that is quickly going extinct. This team, including Bollig can forget a slug named John Scott. If Bollig or any Hawk fights anyone it should be as a direct result of him taking on a skilled player or .. ahem... the result from him running Lunquist. A staged fight with Scott serves no purpose whatsoever .. and if does happen, Bollig is likely to be carried off on a stretcher afterwards.