I go with Setoguchi on this obviously. but all the haters on Cleary? C'mon, he's not a fighter. he had to step up because that's what you do in hockey. And he's coming off of a separated shoulder. He showed he's strong enough by taking Seto down. And he showed some class by not punching him when he had Seto down on his back with an open face. Plus, Seto was pissed that he got "pushed" down by a smaller player. C'mon, that's what you do around the net. Frankly, I think Seto's as puss in this instance for not getting up, skating away, and enjoying the penalty on Cleary. Instead, he, too sits, in the box for a crap fight where he endded up on his back.
And as for the comment on the glove, it's clear that Cleary didn't wnat to go and wasn't ready to drop. he had to and was caught letting go in order to drop a glove, and open himself up to get pummelled, or hold on and rely on his strength to hold off a bigger opponent. Leave it a to a San Jose fan to forget they lost 4-1 in their building to a team dessimated by injuries and still nly a point out of the play-offs.
Bruiseyoureye, you are a moron. Red Wings are devastated with injuries. This was Cleary's second game back from a shoulder injury and still throws seto to the ground. Make comments on things you know about.
Cleary did not want to fight, Red Wings need healthy players. I dont know how this can be anything but a draw.
Because Cleary is known for being such a huge enforcer in the league...oh wait no he's not. Yeah there was a cross-check into the net but Setoguchi jumps him while Cleary obviously doesn't want to go (he squared off against Pronger a couple years back I don't think he's scared of Setoguchi). By the way have any of you haters ever separated your shoulder? Apparently not cause there's no way you'd be fighting after that injury either.
Yeah Cleary will drop the mitts with Pronger but I'm sure he was terrified of Setoguchi, morons. Cleary has a bad shoulder and the Wings have had the worst luck of any team in the league with injuries this year, he was smart to protect himself and avoid a re-injury. draw.