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01-27-2008, 12:15 PM
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Would Knuckles ever consider being a fighting coach

http://www.canada.com/topics/sports/...b6&k=64076&p=1

I found an interesting article on Chris Nilan. IMHO he was one of the most important ingredients to our winning the cup in 86. He was an intimidating force but also could also play. How much would a guy like that be worth in todays NHL.
We have specialist coaches for every other aspect of the game, why not fighting?

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Not a bad idea... I don't know if it would be feasible though. Figthing training can be very hard on the body. So the players that are doing it would have to leave some actual hockey training aside.

On second though, let's just hire that guy.

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Im praising the Habs to have a fighting coach and a skatin coach.

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They should just lace up Nilan instead. I'm sure he could still have a go with punks like Avery and Ruutu.

He'd probably also kill waffledave's favourite, Lucie.

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http://www.canada.com/topics/sports/...b6&k=64076&p=1

I found an interesting article on Chris Nilan. IMHO he was one of the most important ingredients to our winning the cup in 86. He was an intimidating force but also could also play. How much would a guy like that be worth in todays NHL.
We have specialist coaches for every other aspect of the game, why not fighting?
I think he may be too emotional

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