Belak getting maximum camera coverage from one of his three shifts and 1:50 TOI. Nashville has some top defensive prospects (Ryan Ellis, Charles-Olivier Roussel and others) coming up in their system so surely this blueline boat anchor will be gone next season.
Good spirtited fight. Did I hear that announcer say that Parros has balance? He talked like Belak was in his first fight and should hang on for dear life. "Parros has balance", is that the definition of oxymoron?
On paper, I would have thought that Belak would have come out on top...
Expecting more from these two but got an uneventful Draw at best,
Belak looked kind of odd at the end...his fist must have been tied up by his elbow pad.
Gave it a 4.
The support announcer has got to get his facts straight re- Parros (balance). Perhaps he'd be better off doing NFL games...
ha ha ha big george parros. i was awaiting this fight with glee as i am a big fan of both. it certainly wasn't bad, but unfortunately neither could really get free. both landed a few, both missed a few, both threw half a punch as a cause of their arms being tied up, i can't see a more even fight. draw, 6.
I'm not a Parros fan, but this fight was worse than usual for him. Belak is not afraid to toss'em and it's great to see him back on the ice. I'm still appreciative toward Belak for ultimately retiring the oh so useless Donald "hug til he gives up" Brashear. The commentator in this particular broadcast is completely clueless, his "info" was hilariously irrelevant. Finally, Staceyb, why are you even on this forum? If you're worried about good young talent getting icetime, this is not the place for you. Finally, gave the scrap to Belak because he landed the only real shot, and I don't like Parros.