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02-03-2013, 04:43 PM
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John Scott vs George Parros fight 3 Feb 2013

John Scott vs George Parros fight 3 Feb 2013


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Slight edge to the stache

LOL at Scott actually trying to play hockey in the beginning

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Why was that last part even necessary? Sounds like someone is still a little upset about Scott bulldozing Thornton.
Good scrap.

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Scott loses again.

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02-03-2013, 05:13 PM
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Upset? No

Win some you lose some

My finding Scotts weak attempt at a hockey play being funny has nothing to do with his fight with Thornton

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The stauche with a win. He forgot to yell Timber!! when Scott toppled over.

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Let me see if I can do this right......

George knocked down Buffalo's big guy - what an embarrassment.
Big John took one for the team and defended Miller. How come the Sabres didn't come to his defense?
George must have been in the Sabres head.
I say because Florida beat them up, then beat them in the game.
Buffalo's days of being the big bullies on the block are OVAH.
Finally they get a taste of their own medicine.

There, is that right? I think that's how it goes.

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Upset? No

Win some you lose some

My finding Scotts weak attempt at a hockey play being funny has nothing to do with his fight with Thornton
Scott has had plenty of good hockey plays this season.

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Scott has had plenty of good hockey plays this season.
When he comes off the ice ?

Parros wins not by much, though.

I'd say Buffalo would be better off without him.

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Scott has had plenty of good hockey plays this season.
NHL13 does NOT count. You know that, right?

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Let me see if I can do this right......

George knocked down Buffalo's big guy - what an embarrassment.
Big John took one for the team and defended Miller. How come the Sabres didn't come to his defense?
George must have been in the Sabres head.
I say because Florida beat them up, then beat them in the game.
Buffalo's days of being the big bullies on the block are OVAH.
Finally they get a taste of their own medicine.

There, is that right? I think that's how it goes.
swing and miss

solid tills good to see dropping the mitts again

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NHL13 does NOT count. You know that, right?

Har.Har.Har.

I'm serious. He has played well for us. No negatives.

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02-03-2013, 06:04 PM
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When he comes off the ice ?

Parros wins not by much, though.

I'd say Buffalo would be better off without him.
Why?

He does his job.

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Let me see if I can do this right......

George knocked down Buffalo's big guy - what an embarrassment.
Big John took one for the team and defended Miller. How come the Sabres didn't come to his defense?
George must have been in the Sabres head.
I say because Florida beat them up, then beat them in the game.
Buffalo's days of being the big bullies on the block are OVAH.
Finally they get a taste of their own medicine.

There, is that right? I think that's how it goes.
I know your just being a smart-ass, but this fight cannot be compared to the ass-kicking Scott gave to Thornton.

The few of you talking about his play have probably only watched one Sabres game, max, this year. He hasn't been a liability at all and has been playing smart. I'm glad he is on the team and it seems everyone in the Sabres community is as well.


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How could anyone call this a win or even a draw to either guy? Stop listening to the commentators and watch the fight. Anyone who thinks the shot at the end did anything to Scott is clueless. He got tugged on the neck and tripped going back into the boards. Draw in a pretty terrible fight.

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Parros wins simply based on the stache

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Slight edge to the stache

LOL at Scott actually trying to play hockey in the beginning
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Why?

He does his job.
Play terrible ? Isn't his fight against Thornton the only one he won ? Sure, that's great and all, but if no one is going to fight him, what's the point of him ? He takes up a roster spot.

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Think Scott has fought 4 times this year and is 2-2

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Parros at the end dazes him.

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Pretty sure Parros choked Scott against the boards which ended the fight, it wasn't that weak left Parros landed.

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Play terrible ? Isn't his fight against Thornton the only one he won ? Sure, that's great and all, but if no one is going to fight him, what's the point of him ? He takes up a roster spot.
Do you even watch the Sabres?

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Love seeing heavyweights like this go at it. Not the greatest fight, but narrow win to Parros with that last left. Although I don't think it was the punch dazed him, probably more so when Parros grabs his throat.

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I know your just being a smart-ass, but this fight cannot be compared to the ass-kicking Scott gave to Thornton.

The few of you talking about his play have probably only watched one Sabres game, max, this year. He hasn't been a liability at all and has been playing smart. I'm glad he is on the team and it seems everyone in the Sabres community is as well.
I am being a smartass, absolutely.

However I am also trying to poke a bit of fun at those (and there were many) who claimed that Scott taking out Thornton and the Bruins response to same was somehow the beginning of the end for Boston and a new beginning for Buffalo.

Since that game, Buffalo is 0-2 and Boston is 1-0 and on top of the league.

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parros is a legitimate tough guy still, cant wait to see him nd orr battle again

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