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That 2nd fight may have been between Nazem Kadri and Victor Hedman but all I have to say after watching it is that Colton Orr is the best enforcer and one of the baddest mother****ers in the league.
I would absolutely love to play with this guy on my wing.
agree with this,leafs are fuking awsome this year playing so many tough guys,with Orr the pick of them
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:50 AM
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Win Crombeen I guess, meh.
Win Kadri I guess, meh.
Win Fraser

Do miss Aulie on Toronto.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:21 AM
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A 6'6 dude was taking liberties on Orr's 6'nothing line mate and team-leading scorer. There's nothing more that needs to be said.
Taking liberties, are you blind FFS. The guys (Kadri, Hedman) were trying to fight, let em go damnit..

It is not exactly like Orr was defending Kadri from Brian McGrattan.
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Old 02-20-2013, 04:51 AM
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Sucks the Leafs lost, but at least they went down fighting!

Brown and Fraser with fights with Orr right in the thick of things with the hit on Vinny then going after BJ, then making sure his little linemate was ok in that scrum. Great enforcing!

Ah, the days are back where something happens every game!

John Scott is coming to Toronto Thursday, oh boy!
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:15 AM
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Win Crombeen


Draw

Win Fraser

I like the fact that Burke is finnaly molding the Leafs into a physical squad. They look to be developing a personality which is half the battle. Give Burke time he will get this fixed
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:21 AM
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Kadri on Hedman fight: 'It's not something I'll shy away from. I felt like he kind of initiated & I had to stand up for myself.'
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:25 AM
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Guess you didn't see what all took place.
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Taking liberties, are you blind FFS. The guys (Kadri, Hedman) were trying to fight, let em go damnit..

It is not exactly like Orr was defending Kadri from Brian McGrattan.
Yes, taking libirties. BNG is not blind but maybe the only one out of the 3 of you that saw Hedman start this with a nasty crosscheck. Orr is not standing around thinking "I wonder if my smaller line mate could handle the 6 inch difference in this fight". He doesn't care if it is McGrattan or Hedman, Orr is jumping in there to protect his line mate. Text book enforcing and thinking otherwise because it was Hedman is crazy talk.
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:47 AM
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They both went back and forth with the sticks and then Kadri decides to sucker punch Hedman when they are all bunched together. That's why the fight happened. But if we wanna call it good enforcing by Orr then go right ahead. But I won't call it anything other then one dude jumping on the back of another just like 6 other guys on the ice were doing.
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Old 02-20-2013, 08:01 AM
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They were going back and forth because Hedman nailed Kadri with a crosscheck.

I agree that the others in the main scrum did their job. Couple Lightning players grabbed Orr and one finally grabbed McArthur out of the middle of the main bout. Colton pushed Crombeen out of the way and made sure to get a hold of the guy that crosschecked his smaller line mate. Protecting teammates is definitely part of enforcing and I agree that there were about six of them enforcing to some degree out there.
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Old 02-20-2013, 09:48 AM
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Mike Brown vs B.J. Crombeen

win crombeen


Nazem Kadri vs Victor Hedman

wasn´t really a fight... (thanks to the refs and the other players..)


Mark Fraser vs Keith Aulie

win fraser
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Old 02-20-2013, 10:25 AM
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The funniest thing about that Kardi-Hedman sequence, Orr somewhat went after Lecavalier, and in return BJ Crombeen came in and tried to break things up. Colton then reacted as if a 14 year old little runt had skated in there and was clearly not aware of what he was getting himself into. Colton then gave BJ a hard face wash of sorts, almost as if to say, "Run along home before I piss in your frosted flakes".

It would have been perfect if Lecavalier had felt they need to drop the gloves --- then Crombeen would have had another opportunity to skate after Phil Kessel for a minute or two. What an old school tough guy....
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:19 PM
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That's the perfect hockey game there. We may lose, but were going down fighting. Wish all game were like that.

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Old 02-20-2013, 01:26 PM
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Win Crombeen. He landed some solid punches while Brownies arm was tied up. Glad to see BJ willing.

The best part about Kadri-Hedman was Orr showing everyone that he is the best enforcer in the game.

Win Fraser. I think he would have done more if he didn't spend the first part of the fight trying to get Aulie's lid off.
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:34 PM
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I like the fact that Burke is finnaly molding the Leafs into a physical squad. They look to be developing a personality which is half the battle. Give Burke time he will get this fixed
Ummm, Burke was fired in the off-season.

But outside of the McLaren waiver wire, this roster is what Burke built. He just didn't have enough time after the Ron Wilson firing to run with it under Carlyle.
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brown vs crombeen draw
kadri vs hedman draw
fraser vs aulie win fraser
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