I love Cote so I find it unnerving when he drops the mitts with Godard. It wasn't the greatest fight, for the potential it had. Cote's new style is boring but way smarter than how he used to fight in the past, especially against a wrecking machine like Godard. Cote comes out on top in this one, seemed to land more, though nothing big. I'm calling this one a 4. And pay no heed to whatever inane jibberish mcb comes up with for this one.
Edge Cote. I caught the end of this on television and thought Cote dominated, but after watching the replay it was very close. Godard looked a bit frustrated after taking a couple of in close left hands, but he didn't do anything to erase those points.
I love both of these fighters, usually very entertaining guys to watch. Looked like Cote didn't want to trade with Godard this time though. Nothing much happening here. Can't give the decision to Cote for getting in tight to hang on, so niether guy could get going. Draw
Cote in a close one. I don't agree with the comments about the hugfest. Cote has been one of the most exciting but least successful fighters in the NHL. Seems like he has changed his style a little and actually has won a couple fights against some top fighters.
Cote starts with a hug fest, thinks he got 1 shot in, and grabs his man and pulls him down to end it fast. A real wuss of a move. RC is becoming know as the best hugger in hockey. Draw, but it may have been a smart move.
Flyers4Life, Oh really you were there. I guess they showed a totally different clip of the fight on this web site. Try watching it again 3 or 4 times with the audio off. Huggy bear riley!
Furthermore if your coach focused more on the hockey game than trying blitz Malkin and Crosby he may have won the game. I think you have been sitting to close to Coatesy your starting to sound like him!