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03-11-2004, 06:22 PM
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Peters v. Doull

I hate to start the tread after all the violent press hockey has been getting lately but did anyone see the Doull v. Peters fight? One of the best ones I've seen lately! Peters is a beast!!!

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I hate to start the tread after all the violent press hockey has been getting lately but did anyone see the Doull v. Peters fight? One of the best ones I've seen lately! Peters is a beast!!!
I take it that Andrew tooled someone else, can you give a better description.
Thanks

BTW A good toe to toe bout is part of the game, the BS Bertuzzi pulled isnt. Its OK to talk about a good scrap.

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Overall it was a pretty good scrap. Doull certainly was giving up some size but he landed some pretty good shots. Peters ended up with the decision because he landed more but it there was some pretty good give and take.

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Overall it was a pretty good scrap. Doull certainly was giving up some size but he landed some pretty good shots. Peters ended up with the decision because he landed more but it there was some pretty good give and take.
Doug Doull is one of my favorite new fighters, he fights wide open is as game as they come and knows his role. The NHL needs more players like Doull.

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I saw Peters fight Stephen Peat the night before, and for my first viewing of what he can do, I was quite impressed. Peat was struggling to keep up with the younger Peters, and he got about 4 or 5 shots off that glanced off the side of Peat's head. He appears to have a quick follow through meaning that he can unload more bombs quicker, and pull back quicker while exposing himself after throwing a punch. I'll be keeping my eye on him.

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What Peters lacks in experience,he makes up for his toughness(stupidity).I have seen no less then 5 fights in which Peters let's go of another fighter's arm and motioning him to hit him.

Another funny fight was Adam Mair(6'1) vs Hal Gill(6'7)

Mair caught Hal Gill with a punch that cut his face open!

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03-12-2004, 06:47 AM
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Peters is one of the most underrated fighters in the NHL. Every time I see him fight he impresses me. Including this one which he clearly won.

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Darren Langdon is the most underrated fighter i think.

And Rivet vs. Marchment was the best i've seen this year

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03-12-2004, 10:27 AM
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What Peters lacks in experience,he makes up for his toughness(stupidity).I have seen no less then 5 fights in which Peters let's go of another fighter's arm and motioning him to hit him.

Another funny fight was Adam Mair(6'1) vs Hal Gill(6'7)

Mair caught Hal Gill with a punch that cut his face open!
Hal Gill is not a fighter..He might win this year 7th player award for participation in the fights.

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03-12-2004, 10:29 AM
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Hal Gill is not a fighter..He might win this year 7th player award for participation in the fights.

Even if Gill isn't a fighter,getting cut open by a guy half a foot shorter then you is pretty embarrassing.

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Hal Gill is not a fighter..He might win this year 7th player award for participation in the fights.
He should have realized that before tangling with Zdeno Chara a few weeks ago.

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Even if Gill isn't a fighter,getting cut open by a guy half a foot shorter then you is pretty embarrassing.
Nothing embarrasing about that. He won that fight but was cut.

He completely lost to Chara but cut him open...So what?

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He should have realized that before tangling with Zdeno Chara a few weeks ago.
It's an effort that counts.

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Doug Doull is one of my favorite new fighters, he fights wide open is as game as they come and knows his role. The NHL needs more players like Doull.
Doull is a punk and the NHL does NOT need players like him. If he played the game like other enforcers, I wouldn't mind him. But he took a run at Nedved earlier this year that was a clear cheap shot. And according to JD that night, Doull is known for not doing the "right" thing.

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Darren Langdon is the most underrated fighter i think.
Trust me, I love Darren Langdon as much as the next guy. He's a big newfie with a heart of gold, but he honestly doesn't have the skills to be a great fighter in this league. Now, i'll give Langdon the title for best "survivor" in a fight. Even when he's fighting one of the better known heavyweights, he won't get knocked out.

However, Langdon doesn't throw a very good punch even when he connects.

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Doull is a punk and the NHL does NOT need players like him. If he played the game like other enforcers, I wouldn't mind him. But he took a run at Nedved earlier this year that was a clear cheap shot. And according to JD that night, Doull is known for not doing the "right" thing.
Ok..he got suspenssion for that.


He is very good in his role usually and earned his spot on the 4th line. He is well respected by his teammates and drops gloves when it's necessary(unlike someone named Sandy McCarthy, you can have him back!) I don't care what JD said, he is not one to decide what is right or wrong. Would you care if Gord Kluzak or Andy Brickley said something like that about your team? Cheap shots happen left and right.

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Doull is a punk and the NHL does NOT need players like him. If he played the game like other enforcers, I wouldn't mind him. But he took a run at Nedved earlier this year that was a clear cheap shot. And according to JD that night, Doull is known for not doing the "right" thing.
JD has become as bad a homer as every other announcer in the league, and I won't take his opinion on this as fact. Doull isn't know for cheapshots, that was just JD freaking out because of the Nedved hit, which wasn't that bad at all. Doull does his job, and does it with respect.

Peters was a punching bag in the A last year, but put on like 30 pounds this summer. His balance still sucks, but he has heart, punching power, and pretty good hand speed. If he can work on his balance he can be a top guy. Most people put him in their top ten this year. He did get ruined by Johnson though.

Mair is quite possibly the worst fighter in the league, save for Hal Gill.

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Gill definitely got the better of Mair last night.

Yes, Mair landed one good punch on Gill, but other than that Hal dominated the fight.

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Even if Gill isn't a fighter,getting cut open by a guy half a foot shorter then you is pretty embarrassing.
gill actually won the fight though. mair got that one shot in, that was it

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Even if Gill isn't a fighter,getting cut open by a guy half a foot shorter then you is pretty embarrassing.
Isn't everyone half a foot shorter than Gill?

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gill actually won the fight though. mair got that one shot in, that was it
When you're that big you should win the fight. Hal Gill picks on smaller players all the time, yet can never seem to back anything up.

He threw five crappy punches that made Adam Mair laugh.

I hope he enjoys the cut under his eye.

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When you're that big you should win the fight. Hal Gill picks on smaller players all the time, yet can never seem to back anything up.

He threw five crappy punches that made Adam Mair laugh.

I hope he enjoys the cut under his eye.
Just about everyone in the league is shorter than Hal.

I hope Buffalo enjoys missing the playoffs.

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When you're that big you should win the fight. Hal Gill picks on smaller players all the time, yet can never seem to back anything up.

He threw five crappy punches that made Adam Mair laugh.

I hope he enjoys the cut under his eye.

Is this why he fough that midget Chara?

I don't know how long you've been watching hockey but big size doesn't make player a good fighter otherwise Tie Domi wouldn't fight most of the people in the NHL.

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[QUOTE=BruinsGirl]Is this why he fough that midget Chara?

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That was the biggest mistake he's ever made.

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Even if Gill isn't a fighter,getting cut open by a guy half a foot shorter then you is pretty embarrassing.
Not really. Domi is a good fighter and is a half foot shorter than alot of people.
I remember when Tyler Wright schooled Worrel about 4 or 5 years back. It was actually funny. He bent down and pulled Worrels legs out from under him then proceeded to clock him a few times.

Had he gone toe to toe with Pete, then Worrel would have killed him. This "defense" was the only move Wright had.
In fact, he tried it in a game later that year as well, but this time Worell was ready and he DID beat Ty.

Gotta give him props for goin with a bigger guy though.

Ahhh...I loved Wright!

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