Yes, the Flyers don't have "an inkling of toughness" was a perfectly legitimate comment.
The Flyers don't have "an inkling of toughness" but then in two posts you go on to give not one, not two, but three examples of Flyers players fighting out of their classes.
If the Flyers didn't have "an inkling of toughness," would you be able to so quickly cite three instances of Flyers players fighting out of their classes?
If the Bruins are so f*cking bad *ss and the heavy-less Flyers are such a bunch of vaginas, would they have the same amount of fights on the season?
After all, you did nominate the Bruins as the best enforcing team in the mid season thread.
The Flyers aren't as tough as the Bruins and I don't think anyone, including Doc or this tflyer guy, have claimed they are.
But not "an inkling of toughness" were your words...
What is it about a guy willingly dropping the gloves with a guy that he knows he'll lose to 9 times out of 10 that isn't tough?
Grossmann takes on Parros, one of the biggest and best heavies in the league for only his third fight... didn't take "an inkling of toughness" for him to do that.
Rinaldo, a middleweight, takes on one of the best and most experienced heavies in the league... didn't take "an inkling of toughness" for him to do that.
McGinn, a rook, takes on one of the best and most experienced middleweights in the league... didn't take "an inkling of toughness" for him to do that.
Differences of opinion are fine. Spewing bullsh*t followed by bullsh*t followed by more bullsh*t is not.
As I said, you won't find an instance of even the most extreme Flyers fans claiming the Flyers are as tough as the Bruins but you and the other forum disease have made a habit of littering these boards with repeated references to the Flyers being "one of the softest teams in the league," and that's an invalid opinion that simply isn't grounded in any semblance of fact. A quick glance at the fighting leaders chart will confirm this. You know it's an invalid opinion. Yet you persist with it. Ad f*cking nausea.
There's a difference between rooting for your team, as you like to frame it, and constantly seeking attention. What you do is constantly seek attention, and do so at the expense of everyone else's pleasure, then frame it as people being Bruins haters.
It's more like you're a cockroach and most people don't like cockroaches. And I especially don't like continually having your entrails all over the bottom of my shoe.