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04-22-2005, 11:15 AM
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Richards vs Perry Scrap

Saw the hi-lites last nite ..even though i am a dyed in the wool Dub fanatic ide love to be watching this series .
man Philly gotta be licking their chops waiting for this kid ..what a beauty .

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http://rapidshare.de/files/1375320/v...Perry.wmv.html

there is the fight

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Nice fight.

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04-22-2005, 11:30 AM
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yeah! very nice fight...

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04-22-2005, 12:51 PM
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I just keep coming to some member page or something. Does anyone know how to actually view the fight?

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04-22-2005, 12:56 PM
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Click on the link

Go down and click on the Free Button

On the next page you should see a timer counting down. Once its done a link appears and you can download the media file

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04-22-2005, 01:42 PM
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I like the Richards pick for the Flyers more every day, it seems.

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Fun stuff.

I think that's the best I've seen Perry skate all year.

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Love to see Perry get involved physically like that!!!

good stuff!

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Fun stuff.

I think that's the best I've seen Perry skate all year.
LOL - He looked like Ray Bourque he was backpedalling so fast!

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Man, neither one of those two can fight. But Richards showed a lot more than Perry.

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04-28-2005, 08:13 PM
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But Richards showed a lot more than Perry.
A lot more??

It was a draw or you can say Richards won barely, but showed a lot more?? no way.

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04-29-2005, 12:49 AM
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A lot more??

It was a draw or you can say Richards won barely, but showed a lot more?? no way.
I thought Richards won.

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I think Richards hammered him earlier in the year also.

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04-29-2005, 04:04 AM
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A lot more??

It was a draw or you can say Richards won barely, but showed a lot more?? no way.
I thought the fight stunk (stank?). I caught some heat on the Flyers board for not saying what a great fighter Richards is. I think he is a terrific hockey player, and I am very happy the Flyers got him, but based on that video, he does not look like a guy that can fight. Wild looping throws that have almost no chance of landing solidly, no crispness. Is that because he was exhausted at the games end? Maybe, but accomplished fighters still maintain some punch discipline even in an exhasuted state.

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04-29-2005, 10:11 AM
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I thought the fight stunk (stank?). I caught some heat on the Flyers board for not saying what a great fighter Richards is. I think he is a terrific hockey player, and I am very happy the Flyers got him, but based on that video, he does not look like a guy that can fight. Wild looping throws that have almost no chance of landing solidly, no crispness. Is that because he was exhausted at the games end? Maybe, but accomplished fighters still maintain some punch discipline even in an exhasuted state.
No "crispness"? They're punches, not friggin potato chips man. You try punching a guy that is backing away from you at about 40 mph. Perry wanted no part of Richards after the licking he put on him earlier in the year.

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No "crispness"? They're punches, not friggin potato chips man. You try punching a guy that is backing away from you at about 40 mph. Perry wanted no part of Richards after the licking he put on him earlier in the year.
They were both spinning around. Perry isn't scared of Richards.

I did see the fight at the beginning of the season and Richards won easily.

Give Perry some credit for fighting to a draw vs Richards this time.

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I thought Richards won.
I could see giving the nod to Richards...but barely...he didn't land any great punches on Perry but perhaps he threw more solid ones in Perry's direction than Perry threw at Richards, and Perry did knock Richards down at the beginning of the fight and Richards gets the off balance take down to end the fight...very close to a draw.

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04-29-2005, 05:15 PM
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Richards landed more punches but he got knocked down by Perry early in the fight, so slight edge Richards.

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They were both spinning around. Perry isn't scared of Richards.

I did see the fight at the beginning of the season and Richards won easily.

Give Perry some credit for fighting to a draw vs Richards this time.
They started in the corner. Perry backpedaled nearly to the opposite blue line.

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04-30-2005, 12:44 AM
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They started in the corner. Perry backpedaled nearly to the opposite blue line.
they were squaring off and Perry was motioning for Richards to take his helmet off (as Perry already had his off)...they were getting ready to fight and square off...I know its fun for people to make it sound like Perry was running away but realistically they were getting away from the pile up so they could have a fair fight at center ice.

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Richards landed more punches but he got knocked down by Perry early in the fight, so slight edge Richards.
Knocked down? Richards slipped, that's it. Edge Richards, Perry is bigger but fighting is not for him.

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04-30-2005, 05:32 PM
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they were squaring off and Perry was motioning for Richards to take his helmet off (as Perry already had his off)...they were getting ready to fight and square off...I know its fun for people to make it sound like Perry was running away but realistically they were getting away from the pile up so they could have a fair fight at center ice.
I suspect you are either a Ducks fan or Jeff's uncle.

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I suspect you are either a Ducks fan or Jeff's uncle.
Or he is correct. It was a square off, often times guys go to center ice for a fight. You really are making something out of nothing here, and this is from a Philly fan.

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Or he is correct. It was a square off, often times guys go to center ice for a fight. You really are making something out of nothing here, and this is from a Philly fan.
It's pretty clear why he is defending Perry so vociferously.

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