Gave this entertaining one a draw. Good punch by Beenie at the end....And in response to GreatMurray- I don't know why people think that Lucic should fight every tough guy in the league. He's not concerned about how tough he is, YOU people are. He's one of the top offensive threats on this team, despite his stone hands. The thuggery isn't really his game anymore (and I'm a Bruins fan who doesn't particularly care for Lucic- I think he's a meathead who takes dumb penalties).
And Thornton played last night with the flu, so that's probably why he didn't drop. I would have loved to see Thornton-Reaves. A big kid who throws bombs to an efficient & technical veteran fighter....Gotta go now, I want to make it to Combeen's funeral. And can we all just agree that jersey jabs count?
Fellatio Promqueen gets his dress ripped off on prom night by the Lone Wolf... Now for those of you who belong at the Rocco Clubbo School for the blind, McQuaid clearly went down from a left jersey-jab shove... No points for takedowns, or biting, this isn't the Vancouver Trade School Wrestling Federation.
Adam was on a bit of a tear before this fight and looked to be throwing the only ones that mattered early while Crombeen was only getting left jabs in. In the end though Crombeen gets the one that matters and McQuaid goes down. Great fight.
McQuaid had a chance to show what he could do with a real good fighter as Reaves was on the ice at the time, but he chose to go with a less talented fighter in Crombeen. Again, if McQuaid is the fighter that most of the Bruin ballot stuffers think he is, he should have won this easily, but yet again, this wasn't the case. McQuaid threw more but didn't land much. Crombeen actually landed the better punches to earn a draw.
This was a tough one to call. Crombeen landed some jabs and McQuaid landed a couple of heavy shots but Crombeen's last punch was the best one he landed. I'll call it a draw and a 7. Good tilt. You can make a good case for a win by either McQuaid or Crombeen as well.