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12-29-2011, 10:47 PM
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Darcy had a rough night




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12-29-2011, 11:02 PM
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surprised there was a second fight, especially when the first looked like a tko

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And guess what it contributed?

Nothing.

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12-29-2011, 11:13 PM
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About the second fight.

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Hordichuk not wearing his elbow pads to start 3rd with intent of fighting Kassian is not cool at all
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And guess what it contributed?

Nothing.
Not true at all. Kassian pumping them up afterward turned the crowd absolutely delirious. Totally swung the momentum to the Wild's side; they were a juggernaut for much of the rest of the game. Fans named Kassian first star, even.

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12-29-2011, 11:15 PM
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And guess what it contributed?

Nothing.
Got the crowd into it. I'd say it was successful on Kassian's part.

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I did not get why he tried the second time. He didn't come out with elbow pads for the second fight.


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Not true at all. Kassian pumping them up afterward turned the crowd absolutely delirious. Totally swung the momentum to the Wild's side; they were a juggernaut for much of the rest of the game. Fans named Kassian first star, even.
If you think the Wild were "juggernauts" in the third period, then I'd say "delirium" is more apt a word than you could possibly expect.

Wild were outshot and outchanced, but regardless of that it had nothing to do with an encounter between a couple of guys who contributed nothing to the game.

Hordichuk's presence in particular provided much the same as it has the entire season: **** all.

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12-29-2011, 11:26 PM
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If you think the Wild were "juggernauts" in the third period, then I'd say "delirium" is more apt a word than you could possibly expect.

Wild were outshot and outchanced, but regardless of that it had nothing to do with an encounter between a couple of guys who contributed nothing to the game.

Hordichuk's presence in particular provided much the same as it has the entire season: **** all.
Wild definitely weren't juggernauts in the third, but they did win the game, the only thing that matters. Kassian contributed much to the game. Got his team going.

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If you think the Wild were "juggernauts" in the third period, then I'd say "delirium" is more apt a word than you could possibly expect.

Wild were outshot and outchanced, but regardless of that it had nothing to do with an encounter between a couple of guys who contributed nothing to the game.

Hordichuk's presence in particular provided much the same as it has the entire season: **** all.
I'd say scoring chances were relatively even, with you guys having more zone time, with your bogus penalty at the end not withstanding.

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If you think the Wild were "juggernauts" in the third period, then I'd say "delirium" is more apt a word than you could possibly expect.

Wild were outshot and outchanced, but regardless of that it had nothing to do with an encounter between a couple of guys who contributed nothing to the game.

Hordichuk's presence in particular provided much the same as it has the entire season: **** all.
I didn't say the third period. I said "much of the rest of the game." I'd say the Wild played like a team possessed for the remainder of the second period after the first fight, and I'd say the momentum they picked up (after Hordi failed, twice, to do something to get his team back into it) kept the Oilers from really getting back into the game until the last three minutes or so.

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I didn't say the third period. I said "much of the rest of the game." I'd say the Wild played like a team possessed for the remainder of the second period after the first fight, and I'd say the momentum they picked up (after Hordi failed, twice, to do something to get his team back into it) kept the Oilers from really getting back into the game until the last three minutes or so.
And even if I agreed with your take on how the game went, I'd say it was coincidental.

Each team could have generated more momentum by sending out some actual NHL players.

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12-29-2011, 11:53 PM
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Hordi's a tough cookie and I gotta give him props for going back for seconds against a really tough sob. Would like to see Kassian and MacIntyre go at it.

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lol what the hell is Kassian doing after beating the crap out of Hordichuk anyway

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... Would like to see Kassian and MacIntyre go at it.
that would be a great fight to see

here is Kassian going against extremely toughguy Jeremy Yablonski a couple of years back


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The first one appears to be a basic "get on your feet" motion to the crowd.

I interpret the second one as "same ****, different period".

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that would be a great fight to see

here is Kassian going against extremely toughguy Jeremy Yablonski a couple of years back

Speaking of Yablonski...


Kassian would be in tough against Mac but the kid has a ton of potential. Would be a great fight I think.

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yup, that Macintyre fight was one of Yablonski's very few losses

might as well post this amazing Kassian fight with the other dude in my avatar



get a load of Mirasty at the :40 second mark telling the refs to gtfo lol

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yup, that Macintyre fight was one of Yablonski's very few losses

might as well post this amazing Kassian fight with the other dude in my avatar



get a load of Mirasty at the :40 second mark telling the refs to gtfo lol
lol good ol' Nasty, great scrap.

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Props to Hordi for coming out hard. Kass is a monster but he has to get that chin down unless he wants the Colton Orr headache.

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And even if I agreed with your take on how the game went, I'd say it was coincidental.

Each team could have generated more momentum by sending out some actual NHL players.
You'd say, but you're not in uniform, on the bench, nor the locker room. NHLers have said for decades that fights pump them up. Ah, the anti-fight crowd.

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I gotta give it Hordi--the man does not back down or show fear, he has my respect.

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And even if I agreed with your take on how the game went, I'd say it was coincidental.

Each team could have generated more momentum by sending out some actual NHL players.
So soft

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Props to Hordi for coming out hard. Kass is a monster but he has to get that chin down unless he wants the Colton Orr headache.
One of the best beatwriters in the league. Works for the Star Tribune.

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And guess what it contributed?

Nothing.
The Oilers were a completely different team in the 3rd period. You could tell that they were pumped up by Hordichuk having the guts to go a second time.

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