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12-22-2009, 01:11 PM
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Dubinsky and Boyle involved in a scrap at practice (YT #47)

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Brian Boyle and Brandon Dubinsky in minor scrap at #NYRangers optional.
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12-22-2009, 01:13 PM
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Good to see some fire coming from them. They are brothers now.

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My money is on Dubi (even w/ the injured hand), Boyle couldn't fight his way out of a wet paper bag

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Icy-hot on the jock?

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First time Dubinsky has dropped the gloves in ages.

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Dammit this is hockey and finally the team showing life. Good for them now grab a beer and beat the Panthers

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First time Dubinsky has dropped the gloves in ages.
He's wearing a soft cast on his hand still. If he fought in a game now I'm pretty sure he would face a suspension. (like Souray did last season)

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He's wearing a soft cast on his hand still. If he fought in a game now I'm pretty sure he would face a suspension. (like Souray did last season)
On top of the potential to re-injure his hand

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On top of the potential to re-injure his hand
Well I figured that was assumed. Then again, I guess ya never know.

Brianne Boyle has a sore back maybe Dubi worked out the kinks for him

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Remember me the Malik-Avery scrap a couple of years back. Good to see the guys showing some fire. This team might not be dead after all.

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I bet Boyle got decked...

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Two terrible fighters. I'd put my money on Brandon though.

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Two terrible fighters
He was terrible his rookie season but has improved big time since then IMO

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Dubi can take that stiff Boyle. 6'7 250 pounds, Callahan should fight Boyle or at least tell him man if only I was your size.

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Dubi can take that stiff Boyle.
Boyle isn't stiff, he's soft.

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I remember being at that Ottawa game, and the crowd just letting out an ugh when he took that punch.

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He's wearing a soft cast on his hand still. If he fought in a game now I'm pretty sure he would face a suspension. (like Souray did last season)
Pretty sure I read that he removed the soft cast before the game yesterday

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“It takes a while to get back into the groove of things and when I first came back my hand wasn’t where I wanted it to be,” said Dubinsky, who also won 12 of 19 faceoffs. “Tonight was the first time I was able to play without having my hand covered, not to make excuses, but anytime you’re hindered by anything it makes it harder. I’ve tried hard and worked hard and tonight I took a big step, producing a little bit which, let’s face it, is one of my jobs being on the top line; I’ve gotta get some points.”

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One thing to remember: hockey players fighting is not like you fighting with somebody, even a friend. For the most part, it’s a very swift current taking the water under the bridge. So Brian Boyle and Brandon Dubinsky lobbing a couple of punches at each other at today’s optional skate is not headline material. The two were quickly separated, even as Aaron Voros tried to get in on the action, and joked about it together soon after in the dressing room.

“We’re giving you stuff to write about,” Dubinsky told the media as he passed by Boyle’s stall. “The stuff you write is so stale.”
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That was actually very amusing

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Boyle sucks.

Dubi's a future cpt. Good for him.

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He was terrible his rookie season but has improved big time since then IMO
I guess, he's still a weak middleweight of a fighter.

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Boyle can't roof pucks like Dubinsky can. He just blocks pucks with his long reach.

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Boyle can't roof pucks like Dubinsky can. He just blocks pucks with his long reach.
Disagree. He can, but he isn't mobile enough to ever put himself into a position to do so. In college he sniped all day long.

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