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03-07-2013, 01:22 PM
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Frazer mclaren

He's thrown down with a ton of guys including big bad John Scott...

N who knows maybe tonight if lucic has the balls, he will put the lucic myth to rest.

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To the Bordeleau guy, from those videos, all he has a strong right, when he pulls it back all the way.. Orr/Lucic/Parros
Yeah thats all he has...

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McGratton or Reaves.

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03-07-2013, 01:27 PM
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The best player that fits into the role of a "fighter", in terms of hockey, is Brandon Prust.
Somehow I knew u would say this

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03-07-2013, 01:28 PM
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I thought I was pretty clear? Rinaldo is 45 lbs lighter than Neil and is certainly capable of beating him, thus he's better p4p
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No

Who has Rinaldo fought that would make you think this?

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Rinaldo would beat Neil 3 or 4 out of 10 and he's significantly smaller, Rinaldo is definitely the best P4P
Dorsett, little ball of hate.

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03-07-2013, 01:32 PM
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Yeah

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Who has Rinaldo fought that would make you think this?
Look at their fight cards this year, there's a lot of common opponents, both have fought crombeen, Rinaldo was much more impressive vs him, both have fought Prust, good fights on both ends. Just watch both of their fights vs crombeen this year.




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03-07-2013, 01:33 PM
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The best player that fits into the role of a "fighter", in terms of hockey, is Brandon Prust.
This is worded quite confusingly. Are you actually implying Brandon Prust is a better hockey player than Milan Lucic? Or conversely that Prust is a better fighter than Lucic? Either way you're wrong, just want to figure out your bias.

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03-07-2013, 01:34 PM
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Dorsett, little ball of hate.
Dorsett definitely deserves recognition but Rinaldo is a better fighter and he's smaller

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Look at their fight cards this year, there's a lot of common opponents, both have fought crombeen, Rinaldo was much more impressive vs him, both have fought Prust, good fights on both ends. Just watch both of their fights vs crombeen this year.



Are u saying he is the best in his weight class or the best in general

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Somehow I knew u would say this
Why not? Prust is a very good fighter and he's a good hockey role player. Definitely more effective than Neil and almost equal a fighter.

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Are u saying he is the best in his weight class or the best in general
Definitely not the best in general, there's many guys who would destroy him, I'm simply calling him the best P4P, the guy is 169 lbs

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03-07-2013, 01:36 PM
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Rinaldo does not weigh 170 pounds, they mentioned earlier this year that he's upwards to 195 pounds.

Also, Simmonds is said to be 183 where he's 200 right now. Don't believe the tail of the tape on NHL.com.

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Rinaldo would beat Neil 3 or 4 out of 10 and he's significantly smaller, Rinaldo is definitely the best P4P


Rinaldo: 5'11" 169 lbs
Neil : 6'1" 215 lbs
You can't be serious.

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Definitely not the best in general, there's many guys who would destroy him, I'm simply calling him the best P4P, the guy is 169 lbs
People really don't understand P4P. Just because he's small doesn't make him the pound for pound best.

Imagine all fighters in the NHL were one height, and one weight... who would be the best fighter out of them. That's how pound for pound is determined.

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03-07-2013, 01:39 PM
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So does P4P mean small? Cuz I thought P4P just meant overall weight

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cam jansson is another name people are forgetting, people hate fighting this guy cuz he wants to fight for 2 mins and he is an absolute nut
Janssen waits 50 seconds before he throws his first punch. He's a draw machine, doesn't often connect, doesn't often get hit.

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03-07-2013, 01:40 PM
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Why not? Prust is a very good fighter and he's a good hockey role player. Definitely more effective than Neil and almost equal a fighter.
There are a bunch of better hockey players that can fight and play who are better than Prust

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No Deryk Engelland mentioned?

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Rinaldo does not weigh 170 pounds, they mentioned earlier this year that he's upwards to 195 pounds.

Also, Simmonds is said to be 183 where he's 200 right now. Don't believe the tail of the tape on NHL.com.
Lol I've met Rinaldo twice, he's nowhere near 190, I'm 190 and I easily have 15-20 lbs on him, Rinaldo is at most 175.. Also Simmonds is a bean pole, his legs weigh nothing, he's 183.

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People really don't understand P4P. Just because he's small doesn't make him the pound for pound best.

Imagine all fighters in the NHL were one height, and one weight... who would be the best fighter out of them. That's how pound for pound is determined.
In this case it's Wayne Simmonds, he has a 7 foot reach and destroys everyone bigger than him.

Either way flyers win

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03-07-2013, 01:45 PM
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Best enforcer has to be Lucic if you factor in actual playing ability. He's probably the only guy in the league that could do well in fights against the goons and play on the top line of a good team which is huge because it makes the team that much tougher for the extra ice time he gets compared to the average heavy weight.

IMO best fighter is Mcgrattan and then Orr. Both these guys are great at it because they like to cause trouble sometimes instead of just skating around and wait for the staged fight or until they have to watch one of their guys get a cheap shot thrown at them to do something.

Engelland is also a great fighter and especially tough to play against because he's a solid bottom pairing dman. Would love this guy on my team!

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In this case it's Wayne Simmonds, he has a 7 foot reach and destroys everyone bigger than him.

Either way flyers win
You must be a Flyers guy, right? I couldn't tell...

Just curious where big bad Rinaldo was when Lucic punched him in the dome and dropped him in the playoffs, or where Simmonds and Rinaldo were when Lucic boarded him last year?

We will see on Saturday how tough he is, of course he will probably find David Krejci or Patrice Bergeron.

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I think it's Orr right now. Probably will change year though. It seems like someone has that year where they don't lose many fights.

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