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Old 02-15-2013, 01:24 AM
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Possible fights 2/15/13


Boston Bruins (10) at Buffalo Sabres (10) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
BOS: Shawn Thornton (3), Gregory Campbell (2), Milan Lucic (2), Lane MacDermid (2)(AHL), Adam McQuaid (1)
BUF: John Scott (3), Steve Ott (2), Marcus Foligno (1), Patrick Kaleta (1), Cody McCormick (1), Drew Stafford (1), Mike Weber (1)



Philadelphia Flyers (11) at New Jersey Devils (7) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
PHI: Tye McGinn (2), Zac Rinaldo (2), Tom Sestito (2), Scott Hartnell (1)(injured), Brayden Schenn (1), Luke Schenn (1), Wayne Simmonds (1), Maxime Talbot (1)
NJD: Krys Barch (4), Steve Bernier (1), Ryan Carter (1), David Clarkson (1)



Pittsburgh Penguins (5) at Winnipeg Jets (6) 7:00 PM ET - Preview
PIT: Deryk Engelland (2), Tanner Glass (2), Robert Bortuzzo (1)
WIN: Chris Thorburn (3), Jim Slater (1), Mark Stuart (1), James Wright (1), Eric Tangradi



Anaheim Ducks (8) at Detroit Red Wings (5) 7:30 PM ET - Preview
ANA: Matt Beleskey (3), Corey Perry (2), Brad Staubitz (2), Bryan Allen (1)
DET: Jordin Tootoo (4), Justin Abdelkader (1)



San Jose Sharks (8) at Chicago Blackhawks (8) 8:30 PM ET - Preview
SAN: Ryane Clowe (2), Andrew Desjardins (2), Adam Burish (1), Douglas Murray (1), Matt Pelech (1)(AHL), Brad Stuart (1)
CHI: Brandon Bollig (3), Jamal Mayers (2), Bryan Bickell (1), Duncan Keith (1), Andrew Shaw (1)



St. Louis Blues (8) at Calgary Flames (3) 9:00 PM ET - Preview
STL: Ryan Reaves (2), Chris Stewart (2), Barret Jackman (1), Scott Nichol (1), Wade Redden (1), Vladimir Sobotka (1)
CAL: Steve Begin (1), Jarome Iginla (1), Tim Jackman (1)



Dallas Stars (5) at Vancouver Canucks (9) 10:00 PM ET - Preview
DAL: Brenden Dillon (2), Eric Nystrom (1), Stephane Robidas (1), Antoine Roussel (1)
VAN: Dale Weise (3), Kevin Bieksa (2), Zack Kassian (2), Aaron Volpatti (2)



Columbus Blue Jackets (16) at Los Angeles Kings (9) 10:30 PM ET - Preview
CBJ: Jared Boll (7), Derek Dorsett (4), Brandon Dubinsky (2), Nick Foligno (1), Colton Gillies (1), Derek MacKenzie (1)
LOS: Jordan Nolan (3), Kyle Clifford (2), Mike Richards (2), Colin Fraser (1), Trevor Lewis (1)
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Old 02-15-2013, 01:36 AM
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Richards vs Dubinsky (cause why not?)

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Old 02-15-2013, 06:56 AM
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I'm tired of Boston/Buffalo match-up. If Kaleta gets running around maybe he'll embarrass another Bruin with some right fists. Scott needs to fight somebody other than Thornton. Marchand owes Ott a fight, although Marchand will probably continue to run his mouth and do jack squat.
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:19 AM
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im hoping simmonds is good to go fight-wise and clarkson doesnt wanna hug him to death again
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:36 AM
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Scott was scratched last game so hope he will be back in. I'm interested to see what ruff will do because sabres are in slump. If he is not in, bruins might run around.
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:47 AM
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Scott was scratched last game so hope he will be back in. I'm interested to see what ruff will do because sabres are in slump. If he is not in, bruins might run around.
Pretty sure that Scott will be scratched tonight in favor of more softness . Don't worry sabre fans they will put a card board cut out of him on the bench and the bruins will be on their best behavior
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:47 AM
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im hoping simmonds is good to go fight-wise and clarkson doesnt wanna hug him to death again
don't think simmonds will fight, dind't he get a concussion after the Erskine hit?
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Old 02-15-2013, 10:14 AM
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I'm tired of Boston/Buffalo match-up. If Kaleta gets running around maybe he'll embarrass another Bruin with some right fists. Scott needs to fight somebody other than Thornton. Marchand owes Ott a fight, although Marchand will probably continue to run his mouth and do jack squat.
Ya beating Greg fukin Campbell is quite the feat init? My mum could beat up Campbell. Hes won maybe 1 fight in his carreer an that was agasint a Hab. Tell him to have a go at Luccic again cause that was embarrassing last year according to your logic.


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Old 02-15-2013, 10:52 AM
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Scott was scratched last game so hope he will be back in. I'm interested to see what ruff will do because sabres are in slump. If he is not in, bruins might run around.
On GR they said the lines would be the same as the Sens game? If Mindy scratches Scott I sincerely hope the Bruins use this opportunity to re-emerge as the top of the toughness ladder.

Which underperforming soft player would they put in his place? If it comes down to McCormick or Scott, it's gotta be Scott... but I'd prefer them both. You can get zero production and defensive liability from them or another forward. With them you at least get physicality. It's a very good possibility that the Sabres could be dead last in the NHL after tonights game.


Edit: According to Paul Hamilton on twitter McCormick is out. I assume that means Scott is in.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:13 PM
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I'm tired of Boston/Buffalo match-up. If Kaleta gets running around maybe he'll embarrass another Bruin with some right fists. Scott needs to fight somebody other than Thornton. Marchand owes Ott a fight, although Marchand will probably continue to run his mouth and do jack squat.
Hahahahahaha, "Embarrass another Bruin" - Campbell is hardly a big win. Maybe Lucic will plant him again?
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:16 PM
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potential, but you never know.

Hopefully Scott is in and something happens!
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:32 PM
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Scott in, McCormick out. Here's hoping to another Bruin or two being hammered.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:51 PM
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Hahahahahaha, "Embarrass another Bruin" - Campbell is hardly a big win. Maybe Lucic will plant him again?
LOL. Why do Bruins fans always want the easiest matchups for Lucic? Asking Kaleta to fight Lucic is like Lucic fightng John Scott, except Kaleta actually had the balls to fight Lucic, and I doubt Lucic will get anywhere near Scott.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:58 PM
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As a fight fan, I'm happy as long as there are spirited scraps. Sure, it would be great to see Buffalo win them, but realistically, they're bound to take a few on the chin with the line up Boston has.

I think Scott fights tonight. If he wins against Lucic or Thorts, people will claim he should have. If he loses, he'll go back to being an enigma. Buffalo's history of disappointing leads me to believe he gets brought back down to earth.

I'd like Scott to tune McQuaid, and after that I couldn't care less if Lucic or Thorts beats him.

I'd also like to see Marchand get whooped, but I doubt ott has what it takes. He's less than impressive with the gloves off.
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Old 02-15-2013, 01:00 PM
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LOL. Why do Bruins fans always want the easiest matchups for Lucic? Asking Kaleta to fight Lucic is like Lucic fightng John Scott, except Kaleta actually had the balls to fight Lucic, and I doubt Lucic will get anywhere near Scott.
I'm not saying Lucic should fight Kaleta. Numb nuts here is making out Kaleta as some kind of Bruin killer. He beat a punching bag, turtle to McQuaid and got pumped by Lucic.
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