The fact that Rinaldo ''feathers in'' at 169 pounds, soaking wet...
might help to better explain his ''loss infested'', fight carear...
but in this case, Campbell, seemed to be as surprised as I was,
by his sudden ability to inflict a fairly, one-sided, beatdown.
Zac Morris hits the always game Soupy with a nice overhand to get the Win........Happy St Patricks Day to all my pals @ Hockeyfights....Finally the Bs got the luck of the Irish for a much needed Victory
Two things about Jack Edwards.
1. He seems to have toned down his bias a little.
2. He confirmed how little he truly knows about hockey outside of the Bruins. Rinaldo, a veteran fighter? He's a 22 year old in his 14th NHL fight playing his first full season. He says s**t like that in a lot of fights. Maybe because he had to tone down his bias he tries to make it like the guy fighting against the Bruins is tougher than he actually is. Then the fans can be like "wow did you see Campbell beat up that NHL fighting legend Rinaldo? Which he didn't do anyway. Win Rinaldo.
Mmadced- I was gonna reply to your ridiculous post, but then I checked your profile and see you obviously have issues. TURN YOUR CAPS LOCK OFF!
for a guy who weighs in at a buck-70, Rinaldo over achieves and gets the honest W... he's kinda like a modern day Warren Rychel,..Im sure Campbell was a bit bummed after lettin this one end so poorly,...hope these two meet in the playoffs. spirited bout/good hockey.
clear draw, watch the fight an you will see no punches landed except maybe one of Campbell's and if Rinaldo is this "veteran" fighter, what the hell was all that swinging going on at the end of the fight when Campbell was on the ice?