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03-23-2013, 06:05 PM
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Matt Kassian vs B.J Crombeen

Kassian's 1st fight in an Ottawa uni!


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Crombeen fights more than anyone, and loses more than anyone.

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I still dont know why Kassian threw his helmet away...

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That's an old tyme beating.

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Crombeen fights more than anyone, and loses more than anyone.
Probably because his strategy is to hold his head as far away as possible and rarely try to throw. So pointless and boring. I can't even give him credit for dropping them, he makes Konopka look like the most exciting fighter on the planet.

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The real Kassassian strikes again

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I still dont know why Kassian threw his helmet away...
Probably an adrenaline thing.

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i still cant believe kassian scored his first goal with the sens before getting his first fight.

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Getting KO'd by Zack Rinaldo should equal an immediate forced retirement. It should be a league mandate. Talk about player safety, a guy who gets KO'd by Rinaldo needs protection from himself.

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I am looking forward to Kassian dropping the mitts with some of the heavys in his divison.

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I am looking forward to Kassian dropping the mitts with some of the heavys in his divison.
I was hoping Lucic would have accepted the challenge when the sens played the bruins a game ago.

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I am looking forward to Kassian dropping the mitts with some of the heavys in his divison.
Orr, Mclaren, Fraser will be here when you face the leafs next.

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Orr, Mclaren, Fraser will be here when you face the leafs next.
Orr and McLaren, great. Fraser is more for Smith or Neil.

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Crombeen has to be the guy that I find myself asking WTF he was even thinking more than anyone else in the league.

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Kassians a pretty legit heavyweight but how has he looked on the ice out there Sens fans? Standard 4 minute a night goon or someone that can skate a regular 4th line shift?

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Kassians a pretty legit heavyweight but how has he looked on the ice out there Sens fans? Standard 4 minute a night goon or someone that can skate a regular 4th line shift?
I don't feel he's been a liability on the ice as his skating is definitely up to par for this role, one in which he embraces! He's actually some what fun to watch in a 30 second shift with the way he tries to hit people.

Some fans seem to think he can develop into Carkner type player and contribute a little more than fighting.


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Hell yeah, Matt.

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I would think its almost a lock kassian and McLaren go next leafs/Sens game after last game between them

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I would think its almost a lock kassian and McLaren go next leafs/Sens game after last game between them
They have to. That game was pretty much the only reason Kassian was brought in.

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