Originally Posted by darius
Ah, he fought more then you think. He was by no means a "fighter" but he held his own when the time called. He had more then the average for a non-fighter. He was big, strong and had a tremendous left. I would equate Tim Kerr
to Eric Lindros
during his time.
Early on he did, his first couple years but after he established himself nobody really looked to fight him and he didn't play with much of a mean streak, just stuck to the game. As much as a Kerr fan as I was, I wouldn't equate him with Lindros in any aspect of the game. Kerr was a top right wing in his day where Lindros was the best player in the world in his.