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03-30-2013, 10:26 PM
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Chris Neil vs Frazer McLaren fight Mar 30 2013

Chris Neil vs Frazer McLaren fight Mar 30 2013. NHL called it roughing but they had the gloves off and were tossing. Nice scrum too at end of game.



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Chris Neil vs Frazer McLaren fight Mar 30 2013. NHL called it roughing but they had the gloves off and were tossing. Nice scrum too at end of game.

That wasn't a fight. Roughing was the right call.


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As a Sabres fan I like both Orr and Neil. I respect what they bring to their teams but for some reason I just don't like McLaren.

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That's too bad the refs didn't let them go. Could of been interesting. Love the emotion between these two teams.

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Neil is a big baby. He wanted no part of Orr, McLaren or any Leaf big guy. He knew better. Then he acts all manly when the ref is in between. What a jerk.

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As a Sabres fan I like both Orr and Neil. I respect what they bring to their teams but for some reason I just don't like McLaren.
I understand why you wouldn't like him, if he was playing on the opposing team I would hate it too. He's been great for us this year, better all round game than Orr too.

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03-30-2013, 11:22 PM
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First of all Neil is a tough boy and isnt scared of either one of them. However, watching this game I thought what Neil did was very classless. Not only should you not fight a guy who already fought in a game who is most likely tired out...but it looked like he suckered that guy too.

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Neil is a big baby. He wanted no part of Orr, McLaren or any Leaf big guy. He knew better. Then he acts all manly when the ref is in between. What a jerk.
Are you kidding? Neil was chasing McLaren around the ice the entire shift prior to this scrum.

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Looked like Kassian turned down Orr there.

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Looked like Kassian turned down Orr there.
Thank you! Someone else witnessed this

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Thank you! Someone else witnessed this
It would of been Kassian's 3rd fight that game, I don't think he's afraid of anyone on Toronto whether he turned down a fight or not.

The fights were the only source of entertainment from a Sens fan perspective, credit to Kadri/Lupul tho, they played great.

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It would of been Kassian's 3rd fight that game, I don't think he's afraid of anyone on Toronto whether he turned down a fight or not.

The fights were the only source of entertainment from a Sens fan perspective, credit to Kadri/Lupul tho, they played great.
Isn't there some kind of supplemental discipline when you have 3 majors in a game?

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Neil was really chasing him around there. McLaren seemed scared. Didn't decide it was time to go till the linesman was in between them and he could throw some sucker punches.

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Isn't there some kind of supplemental discipline when you have 3 majors in a game?
yeah, a game misconduct.. that excuse doesn't really work when your a 4th line goon with one minute left in the game.

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Neil was really chasing him around there. McLaren seemed scared. Didn't decide it was time to go till the linesman was in between them and he could throw some sucker punches.
Im new to hfboards so is this what its like just pure fabrication? I dont watch the leafs that much but I know that McL is not scared of anyone. If he can fight Scott and Kassian and Im sure hes not afraid of Neil..lol

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Neil was really chasing him around there. McLaren seemed scared. Didn't decide it was time to go till the linesman was in between them and he could throw some sucker punches.
McLaren scared??? lmao...Did you see Kassian in this video?

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Neil was really chasing him around there. McLaren seemed scared. Didn't decide it was time to go till the linesman was in between them and he could throw some sucker punches.
Seriously? Mclaren was challenging Neil in the Leafs end earlier in the play and Neil kept shoving and checking Mclaren, but wouldn't drop.

Stop with the fabrication. You're making yourself look very silly.

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Seriously? Mclaren was challenging Neil in the Leafs end earlier in the play and Neil kept shoving and checking Mclaren, but wouldn't drop.

Stop with the fabrication. You're making yourself look very silly.
It's silly to say Neil/Kassian/McLaren/Orr are afraid of anyone, none of them are. However, I think it's fairly safe to claim that it was Neil that was challenging McLaren during that entire last shift that led to the scrum. He was chasing him the whole time. Again, there's nothing wrong with turning someone down, Kassian turned Orr down later in that scrum. For some reason, fans don't like admitting that their own guy turned another fighter down, there's nothing wrong with that, especially in the circumstances of this game, everyone fought that should have fought already.

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Neil was really chasing him around there. McLaren seemed scared. Didn't decide it was time to go till the linesman was in between them and he could throw some sucker punches.
McLaren has beaten up John Scott and beat up Matt Kassian tonight. I don't think he's scared of Chris Neil.

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Didn't earlier in the game Maclaren dropped one of his gloves and Neil just stood there ?

Neil wanted to save his face and the Sens the fact that they got beat in every possible way. Mind you if he played for my team, I would expect no less. However, I think this way you embarras yourself and the team more.

Kassian didn't look so tough there.

One more game left, should be a good one.

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McLaren has beaten up John Scott and beat up Matt Kassian tonight. I don't think he's scared of Chris Neil.
Nor is Chris Neil scared of McLaren or Orr (that was worded funny) like some Leaf fans like to claim. It's pretty retarded when any fan claims that any of the aforementioned fighters are scared of the opposing teams fighters..

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Isn't there some kind of supplemental discipline when you have 3 majors in a game?
No, you just get kicked out of the game

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Didn't earlier in the game Maclaren dropped one of his gloves and Neil just stood there?
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Neil wanted to save his face and the Sens the fact that they got beat in every possible way. Mind you if he played for my team, I would expect no less. However, I think this way you embarras yourself and the team more.

Kassian didn't look so tough there.

One more game left, should be a good one.
Neil didn't embarrass the Sens in any way, the game was dominated by the Leafs on the score board thanks to good play by Kadri and Lupul. The fights were alright. Looking forward to the next game, the OTT/TOR games have been good this year.

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[QUOTE=H2ODP;62835443]No?


Yes he did. Behind Leafs net. Maclean was calling for a penalty in that play. Happend in first period.


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Yes he did. Behind Leafs net. Maclean was calling for a penalty in that play. Happend in first period.
Let's say it happened for the sake of argument, are you claiming Neil is afraid of McLaren? I mean, Neil was chasing McLaren all over down the ice before the scrum in the 3rd. Does that mean McLaren is afraid of Neil too? So they're both afraid of each other?

I don't believe any of the above, I'm just making a point like I posted in an earlier post above. I don't get the logic of fans these days.. "Your fighter turned my guy down, he's a coward!!" I don't get it..


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