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01-30-2013, 12:19 AM
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Mike Brown vs. Mike Weber 1/29/13


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Good sequence by Mike Brown, taking care of that little **** Kaleta and then feeding tasty punches to Weber. And lol @ the Buffalo commentator, yeah eating a bunch of punches is totally "addressing" the situation.

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01-30-2013, 04:43 AM
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LOL Mike Weber

Idiot he seems like one of those guys who acts tough when hes jumping people or he thinks no one will address it

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01-30-2013, 06:35 AM
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I could get used to seeing that little chicken hawk Kaleta getting pasted like that every game. Weber "addresses" Brown? More like took a dumb penalty to take away a PP from his team. Gotta love Brown, try and go down, he'll pull ya back up if you wanna go that bad. One of the few guys who can actually play and fight.

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would have rather kaletta got those punches...

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01-30-2013, 07:49 AM
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Brown can throw. Really good technique and balance, and has some solid power. He'd look better wearing the spoked B.. jus sayin

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I never realized Mike Brown was that big of a goon, until like the last 2 years! But ya gave Weber a nice beating.

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looks good on the ***** kaleta

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Brown definitely got the better of Weber.

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Even as a Sabres fan I cant stand it when Weber tries and act all tough, absolutley teerrible fighter. Dont think he has won one yet.

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Weber doesn't really "act tough," he plays like a physical bottom pairing defensemen. And even though he sucks at fighting, he'll still drop the gloves with guys who he knows are gonna kill him. He's not some fraudulent tough guy.

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Ya he sure taught Brown a lesson there... a lesson in holding on for dear life!!

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Its funny see how much Brown as improved as a fighter from what I remember he was awful when he was in Van

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I really wish Scott would've seen this hit.

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I really wish Scott would've seen this hit.
Then Orr would have to drop Scott again.

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Brown worked him bad. Good for weber though to stick up for his teammate even though it was kaleta

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I really wish Scott would've seen this hit.
And what? Gone to try and regain his manhood by mugging Brown?

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Its funny see how much Brown as improved as a fighter from what I remember he was awful when he was in Van
He works with Orr a lot on his technique in practice and on their own time. I think most Leafs fans really like what Brown brings to the table. He can play 4th line minutes and the PK fairly effectively and is able to throw down with most of the B heavyweights. He wouldn't fair well against Orr, Thornton, Scott and some of the other really top enforcers, but he's in the same class as guys like Prust, Asham, etc.

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He works with Orr a lot on his technique in practice and on their own time. I think most Leafs fans really like what Brown brings to the table. He can play 4th line minutes and the PK fairly effectively and is able to throw down with most of the B heavyweights. He wouldn't fair well against Orr, Thornton, Scott and some of the other really top enforcers, but he's in the same class as guys like Prust, Asham, etc.
not to mention dat stache

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And what? Gone to try and regain his manhood by mugging Brown?
Not to "regain his manhood," but to actually make Brown answer for the hit instead of getting hugged to death by Weber. Scott doesn't have to regain anything, he took a shot to the rib/kidney region and went to the ice; nothing to be ashamed of and definitely not the ass-kicking many delusional Leafs see.

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Not to "regain his manhood," but to actually make Brown answer for the hit instead of getting hugged to death by Weber. Scott doesn't have to regain anything, he took a shot to the rib/kidney region and went to the ice; nothing to be ashamed of and definitely not the ass-kicking many delusional Leafs see.
The hit was an answer for Kaleta acting like a classless chicken**** mugging Kessel and being scared to answer the bell for it afterwards. Brown gave him a chance the game before to answer with some dignity. Pull garbage like that and this is the result.

Weber can't fight, but good on him for at least being willing to drop them and attempt to respond for his teammates. More courage than the guy he's fighting for, that's for sure.

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Its funny see how much Brown as improved as a fighter from what I remember he was awful when he was in Van
He's a great fighter now, wins 85-90% of his fights and he does it in exciting fashion. He doesn't do any active defense but he keeps good form and just throws rapid bombs. His fight with Kris Newbury from last year is a prime example. Most exciting fighter to watch imo.

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