What Prust may lack in stature, and common sense,
he more than makes up for, in courage, and willingness to go.
Still, if the Rangers don't start thinking about acquiring
an 'actual heavyweight' at some point in the near future....
( as hard as he may try...Rupp is not an ''actual heavyweight'' )
...it's just a matter of time, before someone,
inevitably, destroys the ''ever-game'' Prust.
Clowe with the win,
but props to Prust for keeping it close,
much less surviving.
I hadn't even sat down to watch the game and this fight took place at the 7-second mark. Kudos to Prust for taking on the big man but eventually he was overwhelmed by the size factor. After the game the analyst said the fight was the spark the Rangers needed to win and win they did.
I agree that both Sam Rosen and Joe Micheletti never seem to find nothing wrong with the Rangers players--"That was an excellent play by Dubinsky" or "Callahan made an excellent pass." If that is so then why didn't the Rangers make the playoffs last year?
Hard to judge this one...
It was pretty even till Prust lost his helmet and he then went into defensive mode.
Clowe tried to shake loose but not able to land effectively.
If I go on points, it's a draw...but will give edge to Clowe for having more intensity.
Rate it 4.