i agree the stripes could have jumped in before they did, i mean he was up **** creek for about ten seconds there. but on the other hand, whose fault is it? wilson with an absolute thumping of johnson. ouch, that hurt to see, that was school in session. i'm going to give it an 8 for the ferocity the avalanchian showed here, and the absolute domination.
Bloodonyourlips, you're an absolute idiot. I tried not even to respond to people without hockey knowledge that spew nonsense like you. I kept it opinion oriented and didn't get personal so as not to have to read bs like this, but you're more of an idiot than I thought. First off, if u enjoyed watching Laraque fights, you're definitely an idiot. He was not an entertaining stand back and trade em guy like a Probert, Domi or even Carkner or Orr type. He was effective, but not entertaining. Yes he was a good code type fighter, but not even close to Thornton in that respect. I would go on and point out numerous things you're screwed up about, but it's too late for u. Anyways, good luck with your flawed logic. I'm done responding to people like you. I'm still going to give an opinion without name calling when it's needed, but seeing as how you love to complain I'm sure you'll find a reason. Good luck Sally. And to the few people who have some brains, and saw what I was saying, without bias, thank u. This goes both ways. If a bruin non-tough guy gets his ass beat by another team's tough guy, I don't whine, I just hope one of our fighters even it up! Bloodonyourcrotch, man up dude!
me being a Red Wings fan, i hate the Av's and the Pen's, but credit to Nick Johnson. He took that beating like a man, and that was a thorough beating. Hell of a fight by Wilson. those punches were solid.
I was watching the game, the new Penguin came in pushing folks around at the net. He got his arse handed to him, but he was looking for some action, not standing around and then getting jumped. He found it, and learned a lesson.