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juha82
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03-20-17 05:03 AM - Post#1696026    



Mine list here=

1.Tyson Nash(did some fightning, but wasnt knonw as a fighter, but was an agitator, very dirty cheap shot artist, was brutally bad when he dropped his mitts, just never wins though, he couldnt wins Tomas Holmstrom even... he fought usually about 5-8x but he has 1 season with 13 fightning majors, no physic, no technique, no punching power)

2.Rene Corbet(wasnt a fighter by any means, but he has at least 1 season over 10 figtning majors, but was fucking awful, what comes to the fightning)

3.Bill Lindsay(toe to toe style, but it was only way he could fight)

4.Darryl Bootland(very active, but was very awful, lost to Sydor!)

5.Ulf Samuelsson(very boring, also takes loses after loses)

6.Doug Houda(mr balance haha, terrible balance, terrible puncher, no physic)

7.Steve Staios(very bad, boring also)

8.Steve Ott(no physic, no talent for the fightning)

9.Denis Pederson(had ok punching power which keep him in this spot but without his ok punching power he would be worse, never was fighter, but more agitator-fighter, very awful defense, he just ate punches a lot in his all fights)

10.Chris Chelios(he had 1 season with 8 or 9 fightning majors, so i think he can gets ranked here, he was very boring, wrestler, no physic, no killer character, bad fight card too, wasnt a fighter, but aggressive player, who sometimes fought in his early years)
 
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03-20-17 07:05 AM - Post#1696028    


    In response to juha82

There is a reason these guys are bad at fighting, cause they aren't fighters. I don't get the question here.

Anyways, I didn't think Pederson was all that bad, but again he was never claimed to be the champ. Lindsay was also OK.. Ulf was a cheap motherfucker, but had a few wins in his career and fought a few guys much tougher then him.

This is like making a list of 10 girls who aren't models that are hot models.


 
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03-20-17 11:20 AM - Post#1696043    


    In response to Matt Dillon

Wayne Gretzky stunk when he dropped the mitts!
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03-20-17 11:39 AM - Post#1696048    


    In response to irish_66

For rare/occasional fighters, I'd add Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Hollweg.

For others that fought more regularly, I would say a pre-tearaway Rob Ray. Ken McRae always seemed to be on the short end as well. Al Stewart always seem to be able to get in a few shots, but was typically overmatched.
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03-20-17 11:50 AM - Post#1696049    


    In response to Edmond Dantes

Adam Burt
Bob Boughner
Scott Pearson
Steve Leach


 
Matt Dillon
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03-20-17 11:58 AM - Post#1696050    


    In response to Edmond Dantes

  • Edmond Dantes Said:
For rare/occasional fighters, I'd add Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Hollweg.

For others that fought more regularly, I would say a pre-tearaway Rob Ray. Ken McRae always seemed to be on the short end as well. Al Stewart always seem to be able to get in a few shots, but was typically overmatched.



Didn't Stewart do well against guys who should have destroyed him.. I remember him having a few good fights with Link Gaetz. he beat Craig Coxe and Jay Miller, and had a decent showing vs Dave Brown even tho he lost.


 
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03-20-17 12:01 PM - Post#1696051    


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  • Maguire19 Said:
Adam Burt
Bob Boughner
Scott Pearson
Steve Leach




Poor Steve Leach, I just think he was always put in situations where he had to fight guys alot better then him. I mean he was gamed and always showed up, but shouldn't have been fighting guys like Craig Berube, Frankie Leroux, Bill Huard.


 
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03-20-17 12:12 PM - Post#1696052    


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Mark Visheau
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Edmond Dantes
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03-20-17 12:29 PM - Post#1696054    


    In response to Matt Dillon

  • Matt Dillon Said:
  • Maguire19 Said:
Adam Burt
Bob Boughner
Scott Pearson
Steve Leach




Poor Steve Leach, I just think he was always put in situations where he had to fight guys alot better then him. I mean he was gamed and always showed up, but shouldn't have been fighting guys like Craig Berube, Frankie Leroux, Bill Huard.



Good list, I'd add Steve Patrick too.
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03-20-17 12:31 PM - Post#1696055    


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Mike Hartman
Gary Rissling
Bobby Schmautz
Graeme Townshend
Nick Drake




 
Edmond Dantes
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03-20-17 12:34 PM - Post#1696056    


    In response to Matt Dillon

  • Matt Dillon Said:
  • Edmond Dantes Said:
For rare/occasional fighters, I'd add Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Hollweg.

For others that fought more regularly, I would say a pre-tearaway Rob Ray. Ken McRae always seemed to be on the short end as well. Al Stewart always seem to be able to get in a few shots, but was typically overmatched.



Didn't Stewart do well against guys who should have destroyed him.. I remember him having a few good fights with Link Gaetz. he beat Craig Coxe and Jay Miller, and had a decent showing vs Dave Brown even tho he lost.




No doubt, some good fights and most certainly game. I believe after the Gaetz fight, Link called him a 'human punching bad'; however, I thought he did pretty well in that bout. During Crowder's brief run in 1990, always drove me nuts when Crowder appeared he was about ready to go and Stewart would come flying in. Just always thought he was well below .500.
'take the shortest route to the puck and arrive in ill humor' -Fred Shero


 
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03-20-17 02:25 PM - Post#1696070    


    In response to Edmond Dantes

Steve Webb
Jim Cummins
Jeff Odgers
Jeff Cowan
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Matt Dillon
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03-20-17 03:41 PM - Post#1696072    


    In response to Edmond Dantes

  • Edmond Dantes Said:
  • Matt Dillon Said:
  • Edmond Dantes Said:
For rare/occasional fighters, I'd add Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Hollweg.

For others that fought more regularly, I would say a pre-tearaway Rob Ray. Ken McRae always seemed to be on the short end as well. Al Stewart always seem to be able to get in a few shots, but was typically overmatched.



Didn't Stewart do well against guys who should have destroyed him.. I remember him having a few good fights with Link Gaetz. he beat Craig Coxe and Jay Miller, and had a decent showing vs Dave Brown even tho he lost.




No doubt, some good fights and most certainly game. I believe after the Gaetz fight, Link called him a 'human punching bad'; however, I thought he did pretty well in that bout. During Crowder's brief run in 1990, always drove me nuts when Crowder appeared he was about ready to go and Stewart would come flying in. Just always thought he was well below .500.



I believe Gaetz said this after their preseason fight which he won, but Stewie put up a good fight. They fought again that year in San Jose, I actually thought Stewart got the decision.


 
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03-20-17 04:18 PM - Post#1696073    


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Steve McKenna

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03-20-17 06:05 PM - Post#1696083    


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  • Holmgren Said:
Steve Webb
Jim Cummins
Jeff Odgers
Jeff Cowan



Wow. Odgers isn't in the same class with the other three, imo...He was a decent fighter. I think because he was a bleeder, he gets losses in some of his draws..
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03-20-17 07:43 PM - Post#1696097    


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I agree Steve McKenna was one of the worst.

He didn't lose many because he just hugged and wrestled. And then "slipped".

But all McKenna's "fights" were terrible. You knew before the fight started what was to come.

But even McKenna has some decent ones.

Tyson Nash was probably the worst ever. He got his ass whipped in every damn fight and he always had that annoying smile on his face after that.

To be honest Barnaby's win percentage was pretty bad too.
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03-20-17 09:24 PM - Post#1696103    


    In response to Baldridge

  • Baldridge Said:
  • Holmgren Said:
Steve Webb
Jim Cummins
Jeff Odgers
Jeff Cowan



Wow. Odgers isn't in the same class with the other three, imo...He was a decent fighter. I think because he was a bleeder, he gets losses in some of his draws..



Yeah, didn't Odgers drop both Domi and McSorley, own Baumgartner, and have some close battles with Probert.

I also have a issue with Cummins. Guy lost, but was all offense. His fight with Purinton was one of my favorite fights ever.


 
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03-21-17 08:25 AM - Post#1696114    


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I'd consider Jay Caufield as well. How about Jamie Huscroft and Ron Stern? Not terrible but often seemed a bit outmatched.
'take the shortest route to the puck and arrive in ill humor' -Fred Shero


 
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03-21-17 08:33 AM - Post#1696115    


    In response to Edmond Dantes

Odgers had some brutal losses as well to Peat, Grimson, McSorely, Odjick, and Hordi.

Maybe it's because Cummins style, like Orr opened himself up to getting clipped. One thing was for certain, there would be blood.
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03-21-17 09:11 AM - Post#1696120    


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Forgot Richard Zemlak.
'take the shortest route to the puck and arrive in ill humor' -Fred Shero


 
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