Originally Posted by lilburtis9363
Sabres will be fun to watch for once no doubt, but Ott sucks at fighting he got KO'd by the biggest punching bag Kostopoulos. Kaleta has had some decent performances, but usually will turtle rather than fight. Cody is getting old, don't expect a lot more from him. I would like to see Scott prove himself this year and get in some fights with bigger names. Not the Dorsett's, Janssen's, and Brookbank's. Those are all light heavies, would like to see him against Carkner, Godard, Macintyre..guys like that
Bollig has been great to watch. Montador?? When's the last time he won a fight?
Isles are going to be tough with Eric Boulton
, and Matt Carkner
two heavies that can throw em and Matt Martin
a LHW to back them up.
Rangers will be another tough roster with new additions Arron Asham
and Micheal Haley
. They'll also have Mike Rupp and Stu Bickel
to back them up, and if any D are injured there's always a chance for Dylan McIlrath.
Bruins with another tough roster with Thornton, Looch, and Lane Macdermid
if they call him up.
NJD got rid of Boulton, but replaced him with Krys Barch
who will be a good one-two punch with Can Janssen. Ryan Carter
and Bryce Salvador
are also capable of going.
The east is looking good! Toughest team won't be determined till they start playing
Well put! But Godard retired, so we won't see Scott against him.
Sabres ARE much tougher and abrasive, but not really the toughest. I would have to agree with the Isles being the toughest. Carkner, Bolts and Martin are definitely going to supply some fisticuffs.
The East is going to be fun to watch. With Parros being in Florida, there are a lot of guys willing to drop the gloves, and with games only being played within the division and conference, there should be some bad blood fast.
I hope we see a lot more home-and-homes!