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Old 12-15-2013, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by ChaseSpace View Post
Paradis has hands worse than Labrie's but he's a former first round pick who can actually skate. Offensively he's possibly worse than Labrie but he beats him everywhere else.
Except Paradis couldn't beat a pillow up in a fight let alone hang with a NHL tough guy like Labrie can
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Old 12-15-2013, 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Derek28 View Post
Guys you do realize that Labrie had STREP THROAT on Thursday he was still sick so if anyone's had strep then you know he wasn't 100% yesterday only two days after catching it. Who else was there to play? Panik got suspended for a stupid hit and Barberio isn't a forward so I just don't get why people are blaming a 4th liner for a 3-0 loss when he did nothing wrong haha.
I dont really care what he has or had. It's not a charity. There are plenty of "hardworking/good" guy in the league; doesn't mean i want them playing on our team.

How many times have you said, "wow what a play there labrie"?

It is just standard for palat, killorn, suster, etc now...

I want results, and regardless of his "role" he isn't much of a factor out there. When Neil is on the ice people know because he is a prick, same for all of boston players or even downie. That's the difference
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