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11-27-2012, 11:34 AM
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I don't feel like responding to your post
Then why did you?

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but since when is Bobby Farnham in the same class as Asham and Engelland?
If you would simply read what you continue to respond to maybe you'd know the answer to this. Asham can play hockey and fight. Farnham can play hockey and fight. Engelland can play hockey and fight. Steve MacIntyre CAN NOT play hockey and fight.

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Oh, and Godard wasn't that bad of a player and he was a GREAT team guy.
Being a great team guy does not make you a hockey player. If you've ever watched Godard "play" hockey, which clearly you haven't, you'd know if were 100% completely useless when his gloves were on. Same as Mac.

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He left the bench to defend Brent Johnson.
Good thing, otherwise that whole thing would have boiled over into a huge circus and a joke that made the Penguins look like the Flyers of the 70's.

Oh wait...

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Now, get out of the hockey fight section...You're clearly just trolling.
Ok, now I understand your replies without any bother of what you're actually responding to, and I even get that you have this weird obsession with goons pounding heads in as if that were the main objective or "goal" in hockey. The thing I don't get though is why you're trying to push me out of your little hockey fights clique going on here.

Also, I don't believe I am trolling, however on this Nazi-based website I'm sure I'm going to get fined for the internet crimes I've committed in this thread so far.

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11-27-2012, 12:45 PM
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Selleck, Hagel and Bagnall aren't heavyweights, and Desbiens is more of a fringe HW imo. That said, a guy like Brett Gallant is more of a MW/LHW but he's a hell of a fighter and could probably crack the list if we're not limiting it to true heavyweights.
Disagree on Selleck and Hagel. I've seen Hagel pull out a W on Peluso and Peluso definitely a heavyweight.

Another guy that probably belongs on the list in Soryal

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11-27-2012, 01:43 PM
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List of players I put together who could be considered heavyweights:

Super-heavyweight
Light Heavyweight
Occasional Heavyweight
Middleweight


Abbotsford
Zach McKelvie?
Carter Bancks
Akim Aliu

Adirondack
Zack Fitzgerald
Oliver Lauridsen
Tye McGinn
Cullen Eddy
Marc-Andre Bourdon
Mike Testwuide
Ben Holmstrom

Albany
Darcy Zajac
Dan Kelly
Matt Corrente
Jean-Sebastien Berube

Binghamton
Hugh Jessiman
Mark Borowiecki?
David Dziurzynski
Eric Gryba

Bridgeport
Brett Gallant
Nathan McIver
Blair Riley
Mike Halmo
Brandon DeFazio

Charlotte
Nicolas Blanchard
Justin Soryal
Brett Bellemore
Tim Wallace

Chicago
Guillaume Desbiens
Tim Miller
Steve Pinizzotto
Zack Kassian
Alexandre Mallett



Connecticut
Brandon Segal
Micheal Haley
Kris Newbury


Grand Rapids
Triston Grant
Brennan Evans
Mitchell Callahan


Hamilton
Kyle Hagel
Zack Stortini
Michael Blunden


Hershey
Matt Clackson
Alex Berry
Steve Oleksy
Garrett Mitchell


Houston
Josh Caron
Drew Bagnall


Lake Erie
Patrick Bordeleau
Mitchell Heard

Manchester
Justin Johnson
Richard Clune?
Jordan Nolan
Andy Andreoff



Milwaukee
Michael Latta
Mike Moore


Norfolk
Jay Rosehill
Troy Bodie
John Kurtz
Mat Clark

Oklahoma City
Dane Byers
Alex Plante
Cameron Abney
Colten Teubert

Peoria
Scott Ford
Anthony Peluso
Cody Beach
Brett Ponich?
Chris Bruton?

Portland
Joel Rechlicz
Mark Louis
Chris Brown

Providence
Bobby Robbins
Lane MacDermid


Rochester
Nick Tarnasky
Joe Finley

Rockford
Brandon Bollig
Wade Brookbank
Rob Flick

San Antonio
Eric Selleck
JF Jacques
Nolan Yonkman
Tyson Strachan


Springfield
Cody Bass?
Greg Amadio
Tim Spencer

St. John's
Dean Arsene
Spencer Machacek?

Syracuse
Radko Gudas
Pierre-Cedric Labrie
Jared Nightingale
Jean-Philippe Cote
Mike Angelidis
Eric Neilson

Texas
Luke Gazdic
Francis Wathier
Antoine Roussel

Toronto
Mark Fraser


Wilkes-Barre
Steve MacIntyre
Bobby Farnham
Keven Veilleux
Alex Grant


Worcester
Frazer McLaren
Matt Pelech
Jimmy Bonneau
Brandon Mashinter
Curt Gogol
Sena Acolatse


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11-27-2012, 02:32 PM
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List of players I put together who could be considered heavyweights:

Super-heavyweight


Abbotsford
Zach McKelvie?

Adirondack
Zack Fitzgerald

Albany
None

Binghampton
Hugh Jessiman
Mark Borowiecki?

Bridgeport
Brett Gallant
Nathan McIver

Charlotte
Nicolas Blanchard
Justin Soryal

Chicago
Guillaume Desbiens

Connecticut
Brandon Segal

Grand Rapids
Triston Grant
Brennan Evans

Hamilton
Kyle Hagel
Zack Stortini

Hershey
Matt Clackson
Alex Berry

Houston
Josh Caron

Lake Erie
Patrick Bordeleau

Manchester
Justin Johnson
Richard Clune?

Milwaukee
Michael Latta

Norfolk
Jay Rosehill

Oklahoma City
Dane Byers
Alex Plante
Cameron Abney

Peoria
Scott Ford
Anthony Peluso
Cody Beach
Brett Ponich?
Chris Bruton?

Portland
Joel Rechlicz

Providence
Bobby Robbins
Lane MacDermid

Rochester
Nick Tarnasky
Joe Finley

Rockford
Brandon Bollig
Wade Brookbank

San Antonio
Eric Selleck
JF Jacques
Nolan Yonkman
Tyson Strachan

Springfield
Cody Bass?
Greg Amadio
Tim Spencer

St. John's
Dean Arsene
Spencer Machacek?

Syracuse
Radko Gudas
Pierre-Cedric Labrie
Jared Nightingale
Jean-Philippe Cote
Mike Angelidis
Eric Neilson

Texas
Luke Gazdic
Francis Wathier

Toronto
Mark Fraser

Wilkes-Barre
Steve MacIntyre

Worcester
Frazer McLaren
Matt Pelech
Jimmy Bonneau
Brandon Mashinter
Great list! I also like that you labeled super-heavyweights.

Harry Young could be listed as a heavyweight for Albany (even though he's in the ECHL). Zach Sill and Keven Veilleux can be mentioned as light-heavyweights.

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11-27-2012, 03:22 PM
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I'll go back through and list every fighter and their category.

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11-27-2012, 07:19 PM
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List of players I put together who could be considered heavyweights:

Super-heavyweight


Abbotsford
Zach McKelvie?

Adirondack
Zack Fitzgerald

Albany
None

Binghampton
Hugh Jessiman
Mark Borowiecki?

Bridgeport
Brett Gallant
Nathan McIver

Charlotte
Nicolas Blanchard
Justin Soryal

Chicago
Guillaume Desbiens

Connecticut
Brandon Segal

Grand Rapids
Triston Grant
Brennan Evans

Hamilton
Kyle Hagel
Zack Stortini

Hershey
Matt Clackson
Alex Berry

Houston
Josh Caron

Lake Erie
Patrick Bordeleau

Manchester
Justin Johnson
Richard Clune?

Milwaukee
Michael Latta

Norfolk
Jay Rosehill

Oklahoma City
Dane Byers
Alex Plante
Cameron Abney

Peoria
Scott Ford
Anthony Peluso
Cody Beach
Brett Ponich?
Chris Bruton?

Portland
Joel Rechlicz

Providence
Bobby Robbins
Lane MacDermid

Rochester
Nick Tarnasky
Joe Finley

Rockford
Brandon Bollig
Wade Brookbank

San Antonio
Eric Selleck
JF Jacques
Nolan Yonkman
Tyson Strachan

Springfield
Cody Bass?
Greg Amadio
Tim Spencer

St. John's
Dean Arsene
Spencer Machacek?

Syracuse
Radko Gudas
Pierre-Cedric Labrie
Jared Nightingale
Jean-Philippe Cote
Mike Angelidis
Eric Neilson

Texas
Luke Gazdic
Francis Wathier

Toronto
Mark Fraser

Wilkes-Barre
Steve MacIntyre

Worcester
Frazer McLaren
Matt Pelech
Jimmy Bonneau
Brandon Mashinter
Latta is more like a middleweight in ability. Milwaukee doesn't really have a fighter on the roster.

Scratch Yonkman from SA. He rarely fights since he hurt his knee in the NHL.

You have 7 former Milwaukee Admirals listed!

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I'll go through and put the fighters in the right categories.

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11-27-2012, 07:46 PM
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For Peoria, you've got Peluso, Ford and Beach in the right categories. Peluso is developing a nice scoring touch this year as well; he's already set a new career high in points, and tied his career high in goals, and the Rivermen haven't even hit the quarter pole of the season yet.

Ponich can go, but doesn't do so very often. I think his size intimidates a lot of people. Bruton's just an average-sized guy, but he will go with just about anyone.

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For Peoria, you've got Peluso, Ford and Beach in the right categories. Peluso is developing a nice scoring touch this year as well; he's already set a new career high in points, and tied his career high in goals, and the Rivermen haven't even hit the quarter pole of the season yet.

Ponich can go, but doesn't do so very often. I think his size intimidates a lot of people. Bruton's just an average-sized guy, but he will go with just about anyone.
That's why I put Ponich where I did. He can be a heavyweight, but he doesn't fight much.

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Haley could be considerated a light heavy. Justin Johnson, Frazer Mclaren and Spencer could be super heavy to.....

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