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01-13-2010, 10:50 PM
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John Scott destroys Alexadre Bolduc

What was Bolduc thinking?


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01-13-2010, 10:57 PM
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01-13-2010, 10:58 PM
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I don't know, it looked to me like Bolduc beat the crap out of his hand with his face

on a side note, I wish the Canucks had some huge guys that could kick the crap out of someone, nevermind the 'pound for pound' this or that. We just need a huge friggin guy, Minnesota has two.

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6'8 255 against 6'3 178. Congratulations John Scott. He and Boogaard don't belong on an NHL roster, probably not even AHL. Based on skill they probably wouldn't cut it in your local beer league.

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01-13-2010, 11:02 PM
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Good on Bolduc for at least taking the fight, had to expect a loss, but it shows his character.

Scott took a cheap shot earlier in the game, so he was looking for trouble.

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About time people take notice. Scott has been one of the most underrated fighters in the NHL for some time.

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6'8 255 against 6'3 178. Congratulations John Scott. He and Boogaard don't belong on an NHL roster, probably not even AHL.
Seems from the video Bolduc was a willing participant. He didn't have to fight him.

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I'm sure this thread will get moved to the hockey fights forum.

I can't believe the many times I've seen threads about Canucks getting hurt, or destroyed.

At least he was willing, and glad to see him take off his visor. Good beating nevertheless.

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Seems from the video Bolduc was a willing participant. He didn't have to fight him.
Bolduc knows thats what his role is in that type of game but I really doubt he was happy to have to fight him. Atleast he can play the game a little bit, Boogie man hasn't scored in 200 hundred games and Scott has one career goal and will likely never score again. These guys make Colton Orr look like Sid or Ovie.

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Have to give Bolduc credit for taking him on but jesus - just go down for your own sake! There's no shame in turtling after taking a couple good shots from a guy that big. Heck he could just have stumbled and fell and nobody would have even known. Hope he's not hurt too bad - looks like maybe a concussion.

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6'8 255 against 6'3 178. Congratulations John Scott. He and Boogaard don't belong on an NHL roster, probably not even AHL. Based on skill they probably wouldn't cut it in your local beer league.
Well, if Andrew Sykes says that they do not belong on an NHL roster, I guess Jacques Lemaire, Todd Richards (who sings the praises of Boogaard regularly), and Chuck Fletcher are all wrong. What do they know anyways.

P.S. I think I have seen about 50 posts tonight by Nucks fans wishing they had a 6'8" guy that can fight.


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Well, if Andrew Sykes says that they do not belong on an NHL roster, I guess Jacques Lemaire, Todd Richards (who sings the praises of Boogaard regularly), and Cliff Fletcher are all wrong. What do they know anyways.

P.S. I think I have seen about 50 posts tonight by Nucks fans wishing they had a 6'8" guy that can fight.
hahah hey if you want Boogaard and Scott on your team then be my guess. You might not make the playoffs but you can be sure that you'll win a lot of third period fights hahaha what a joke. I wouldn't trade Canucks play by play announcer John Shorthouse for Boogaard.

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01-13-2010, 11:15 PM
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Bolduc knows thats what his role is in that type of game but I really doubt he was happy to have to fight him. Atleast he can play the game a little bit, Boogie man hasn't scored in 200 hundred games and Scott has one career goal and will likely never score again. These guys make Colton Orr look like Sid or Ovie.
Ok but Bolduc doesn't have to fight him. Rypien can do that. Bolduc chose to fight him. Your just bringing his height and weight advantage into this to try and turn him into some kind of bully.

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Did anybody see what the Wilds beat writer tweeted?

According to Boogaard, Hordichuk told him, "‘The coach is making us fight you guys.’ I don’t really agree with that."

twitter.com/Russostrib

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Ditto. I was expecting a clip from the AHL or Juniors. Mind blown when it turned out to be from the NHL...

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Ok but Bolduc doesn't have to fight him. Rypien can do that. Bolduc chose to fight him. Your just bringing his height and weight advantage into this to try and turn him into some kind of bully.
No i brought the height and weight into it to go against the title of this thread which acts like it is something special that a 6'8 255 pound beast would destroy a 6'3 178 pounder in a fight.

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Wouldn't that just deflate a team? I give Bolduc HUGE props for having the balls to go, but that was embarrassing.

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Did anybody see what the Wilds beat writer tweeted?

According to Boogaard, Hordichuk told him, "‘The coach is making us fight you guys.’ I don’t really agree with that."

twitter.com/Russostrib
exactly why i said that "I doubt Bolduc really wanted to fight him" he just knew he had to do it.

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Wouldn't that just deflate a team? I give Bolduc HUGE props for having the balls to go, but that was embarrassing.
ya it was kind of hard to watch.

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Haha, this.

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John Scott has less hockey skill than most people on this board, but he's a big maf.

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hahah hey if you want Boogaard and Scott on your team then be my guess. You might not make the playoffs but you can be sure that you'll win a lot of third period fights hahaha what a joke
All along I trusted great hockey guys like Jacques Lemaire, Todd Richards, Chuck Fletcher to know who should or should not be on the roster - I feel so betrayed now that I have learned from the great hockey mind, Andrew Sykes, that these guys really do not belong on an NHL roster. I know Jacques Lemaire was a HHOF player, and regarded as one of the best coaches in the last 20 or 30 years, but what does that matter when Andrew Sykes says different.

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All along I trusted great hockey guys like Jacques Lemaire, Todd Richards, Chuck Fletcher to know who should or should not be on the roster - I feel so betrayed now that I have learned from the great hockey mind, Andrew Sykes, that these guys really do not belong on an NHL roster. I know Jacques Lemaire was a HHOF player, and regarded as one of the best coaches in the last 20 or 30 years, but what does that matter when Andrew Sykes says different.
hahah yeah good call. No way you can argue against all the solid playoff production that Boogy and Scott have been giving the Wild, they've just been on fire leading the team to the playoffs year in and year out...Please stop.

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No i brought the height and weight into it to go against the title of this thread which acts like it is something special that a 6'8 255 pound beast would destroy a 6'3 178 pounder in a fight.
But he did destroy him. The title holds true.

It's like if I made a thread that said "Man Inhales Pie". And in that thread I post a video of a man eating an apple pie really quickly. Wait not apple, pumpkin. Yea.... pumpkin.

Now most people would go into that thread expecting what I would have provided them. A mean eating a pie very quickly. The title of my thread is a little exaggerated like the title "Scott Destroys Bolduc", but it doesn't make it seem like some big special thing that some guy is eating a pie really fast.

Man if I had a nickel every time I had to use a pie analogy.

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