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12-08-2013, 03:42 PM
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Looks like Neil wants to go with Fraser, who wants no part of Neil. Then McLaren comes in to help out. The fight was really meh...Neil landed the only two punches of the fight while McLaren got the takedown. I guess you call it a draw...or two guys just roughing each other up a bit?

Was hoping to see Kassian and McLaren go again. They fought twice last year. The first one was not much of a fight. The second one was a little better..although McLaren started getting dominated so resorted to hair-pulling and head-butting. Disappointing, especially from a player who only gets paid to fight, but it is what it is.

Hopefully the next time these two teams meet Orr is back and in the lineup. Although he lost to Neil and Kassian last year, he's the real threat on Toronto and the treat to watch. Looking forward to seeing him and Kassian duke it out because their only fight last year was also not much of a fight.
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There ya go.

McLaren is in a heavier weight class, not sure why you would want Neil to get a rematch as he was lucky to get out of this one.


This is the fight I was referring to.

Also, not sure why you think Neil can't handle McLaren.

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12-08-2013, 06:55 PM
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Looks like Neil wants to go with Fraser, who wants no part of Neil. Then McLaren comes in to help out. The fight was really meh...Neil landed the only two punches of the fight while McLaren got the takedown. I guess you call it a draw...or two guys just roughing each other up a bit?

Was hoping to see Kassian and McLaren go again. They fought twice last year. The first one was not much of a fight. The second one was a little better..although McLaren started getting dominated so resorted to hair-pulling and head-butting. Disappointing, especially from a player who only gets paid to fight, but it is what it is.

Hopefully the next time these two teams meet Orr is back and in the lineup. Although he lost to Neil and Kassian last year, he's the real threat on Toronto and the treat to watch. Looking forward to seeing him and Kassian duke it out because their only fight last year was also not much of a fight.
You don't have much credibility left to lose, but wow

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12-08-2013, 10:39 PM
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lol this is hockey not olympic wrestling

should we say Neil landed one for reversing the take down
No! He must have been outside the circle.

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12-09-2013, 06:33 AM
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Because Fraser didn't exist in that fight? Good work, chief.


Hahaha, anybody else love when this guy posts? Like, he attempts the troll every time, does it horribly, and nobody ends up caring what he says, ever...it's great.

Neil gets in nothing, McLaren lands a few, down goes Neil. Soft fight, hilarious that Neil tries to stand up and pose after losing.
lol sorry. FraZer. my bad that I did not remember he spelt his first name differently. regardless a weak performance by both.

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Looks like Neil wants to go with Fraser, who wants no part of Neil. Then McLaren comes in to help out. The fight was really meh...Neil landed the only two punches of the fight while McLaren got the takedown. I guess you call it a draw...or two guys just roughing each other up a bit?

Was hoping to see Kassian and McLaren go again. They fought twice last year. The first one was not much of a fight. The second one was a little better..although McLaren started getting dominated so resorted to hair-pulling and head-butting. Disappointing, especially from a player who only gets paid to fight, but it is what it is.

Hopefully the next time these two teams meet Orr is back and in the lineup. Although he lost to Neil and Kassian last year, he's the real threat on Toronto and the treat to watch. Looking forward to seeing him and Kassian duke it out because their only fight last year was also not much of a fight.
So sad. So sad.

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