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Wilf Paiement vs Larry Robinson.

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07-30-2013, 04:40 AM
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Wilf Paiement vs Larry Robinson.

Robinson did not fight often as he was feared but I'd give Wilf the decision there.



Those were the days.

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agree....oh yes, old school. love it.


league needs more line brawls in general....


too bad players and the game in general are kittens now. where is the fire?!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bsjL915cag ....it wont embed/

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There were 2 Paiements,

#1 Was the gentleman who came back from his car to make a 11 year old boys year and talked to him about hockey for 20 minutes at Super X Drugs in Whitby and had his picture taken with him (While the boy had a Flying V Canucks jersey on)

#2 Was a crazed lunatic who used his stick as well as his fists to injure players. A power forward long before Neely. 40 goals 200 PIM's was about what he did in Toronto as I recall

It's funny these 2 players are the first 2 hockey players I ever met!

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Robinson did not fight often as he was feared but I'd give Wilf the decision there.



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Why?

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Because the Nordiques-Canadiens rivalry was fierce, merciless and awesome and transcended hockey in the province. It was a tale of two cities, not just two teams, and was reflected into politics, beer brands etc..., splitting families down the middle so much that there were some fights during the holiday family reunions.

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Its pretty close. Wilf got him at the end. But Robinson was so big and always had so much leverage on the other player and he does in this fight as well. Both get some punches thrown in. I would give the edge to Robinson before he gets "jerseyed" by Wilf. Either way, close fight, Robinson never outright lost a fight. Good for Wilf.

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Because the Nordiques-Canadiens rivalry was fierce, merciless and awesome and transcended hockey in the province. It was a tale of two cities, not just two teams, and was reflected into politics, beer brands etc..., splitting families down the middle so much that there were some fights during the holiday family reunions.
This.
My wife a huge Nords fan, me a Habs fan before moving to Ottawa. The Habs-Sens series nice but empty of meaning for her, for me as a former Habs fan shrug and move on. The Habs-Nords games were transcendant...it was the upstarts vs. the hockey gods, big city vs. small city...just absolutely incredible. The Good Friday Massacre was one of the best games in the world. Louis Sleigher a massive coward.
Literally could not talk to half my family after that game, we cooled off a few months later though.

I miss that kind of hockey, today is so "platte". Though not as boring as sleeping on the couch at times, stupid side-bets.

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fight was a draw/narrow win Robinson

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fight was a draw/narrow win Robinson
Agree

Interesting fight as both were extremely strong but not regular fighters

Always enjoyed seeing the Big Bird swinging

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