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who will get the most fighting majors for the sabres in 2003-04?

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Afinogenov 4 12.12%
Boulton 7 21.21%
Mair 1 3.03%
Mckee 0 0%
Peters 21 63.64%
Other....name who 0 0%
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10-07-2003, 08:05 AM
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who will get the most fighting majors for the sabres in 2003-04?

Whos gonna get the most fighting majors?

im hope its peters cuz he is our best fighter. boulton sucks at fighting, he just should stop and work on his game. hes got speed...2nd fastest next to afinogenov and he could use that to his advantage instead of getting his ass kicked nightly...but i still think boulton will get the most majors

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All i know for sure is it won't be Afinogenov lol.

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All i know for sure is it won't be Afinogenov lol.
didnt u see him scrap at the end of the season, it was awesome lol

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Peters in a runaway. Bad poll, too obvious of an answer.

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I voted for Peters but it ain't an obvious answer. Boulton or Mair could have more majors, because Peters could get sent to Rochester.

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See above. I picked Peters b/c he's tougher and prolly more willing to fight but he could be sent down which will lower his chances.

 
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See above. I picked Peters b/c he's tougher and prolly more willing to fight but he could be sent down which will lower his chances.
exactly y its a good poll, cuz peters will have less chances

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I voted for Peters but it ain't an obvious answer. Boulton or Mair could have more majors, because Peters could get sent to Rochester.
Agreed. I voted for Boulton 'cause I see Peters getting hurt for some reason.

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I voted for Peters but it ain't an obvious answer. Boulton or Mair could have more majors, because Peters could get sent to Rochester.
Oddly enough, it's the other way around this season. Boulton is the one who can be sent to Rochester because he went unclaimed in the waiver draft. Although Peters was exempt for the waiver draft, he is eligible for regular season waivers and would have to clear to play in the AHL.

The Sabres could have voluntarily exposed Peters to the waiver draft as they did with Norm Milley (also exempt but eligible for reg season waivers) to get the waiver issue out of the way. They chose not to risk it. That's a pretty solid endorsement from Sabres management for Peters.

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3 people picked maxim?

haha, boulton is only beating him by one...

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Oddly enough, it's the other way around this season. Boulton is the one who can be sent to Rochester because he went unclaimed in the waiver draft. Although Peters was exempt for the waiver draft, he is eligible for regular season waivers and would have to clear to play in the AHL.

The Sabres could have voluntarily exposed Peters to the waiver draft as they did with Norm Milley (also exempt but eligible for reg season waivers) to get the waiver issue out of the way. They chose not to risk it. That's a pretty solid endorsement from Sabres management for Peters.
However, Peters has a two way contract.

Boulton is on a one way deal.

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