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03-05-2004, 09:22 PM
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Martin Havlat vs. Mark Recchi

Martin Havlat vs. Mark Recchi
This is for all the Sens fans who said all week that Havlat would drop Rex in a fight and that Rex wouldn't and couldn't fight. Well, when the going got tough, Havlat took a seat in the box, while Recchi through down with Smolinski and got the edge, imo. Meanwhile, Havlat watched his team fight his battle.

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I'm pretty sure that it wasn't Havlat's choice to serve that penalty.

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There is already a thread for this.

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I think it was a bad move to do that.

The rest of the Sens just bonded because of this. Did Havlat? I wouldn't think so. Unlike a Bondra or the other 4 not named Havlat that didn't get fighting majors on the Sens tonight, they weren't seen as part of the cause. In a sense, I think it could hurt Havlat a bit.

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There is already a thread for this.
Gags seems determined to start several threads on the same topic I believe.

And as mentioned in one of the other several threads, Recchi got the edge on Smoke, but Recchi was whacking Smolinski's head with a loose elbow pad.

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I'm pretty sure that it wasn't Havlat's choice to serve that penalty.
I am absolutley sure it was his choice.

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Gags seems determined to start several threads on the same topic I believe.

And as mentioned in one of the other several threads, Recchi got the edge on Smoke, but Recchi was whacking Smolinski's head with a loose elbow pad.
I simply wanted to make this a seperate issue because of Sens fans who defended Havlat all week and questioned Recchi's toughness. A great game all and all and i'm glad the flyers and senators finally have developed a physical rivalry similar to sens/leafs.

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Yes lets spam the most populated forum because none of the other posts get attention!

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