yeah i am all for 'justice', but i felt sick seeing that, until cooke finally stood up on his own. then i was able to say, 'ah sweet, the little prick'. kane with the shotgun right nearly kills cooke, was challenged, did his job, didn't get cocky, too bad you're in the hockey hot bed of atlanta, kid. if he played north he'd be an absolute god right now.
thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you,thank you evander ..........actually that was the 2nd best KO of the day...the 1st ,my student Graham made his muay thai debut and KTFOd his opponent in 25 seconds ala overhand right....what a great day...congrats grahaminator and evander kane...team sudden impact
NashRedWing, you sound like an idiot Flyer fan. There is no bigger ***** in the league than Henrietta Zetterberg. 1st off Crosby checked Kane which caused the initial skirmish. Are you that much of a fool to think Sid would fight in a meaningless game to a non-playoff team?? Kane is a pest just like Cooke, thats their style. Evry team wants the down and dirty guys that play through injuries and hit hard night after night and every team has a player or 2 that always plays in the grey area. Once the scoreboard showed the Devils up 4-0 the game was meaningless....Just remember the guy that coached your loser team depended on Sid to win the gold medal. Babcock has had nothing but awe when talking about Sid. Maybe you should learn hockey or better yet move to Philly.
A cheer went up in Boston. I don't get the "Kane picking his spots" comments. He's a damn good hockey player and doesn't need to fight on most nights. It's like saying Sidney Crosby is avoiding Eric Boulton.
By the way, this is not ironic, it was expected that someone would clock Cooke in a one-on-one battle at some point in time.
Anyway, this is one of the best knockouts of the year and it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.