Comments Off on Two Minutes for Untimely Roughing: Frustration Fights in the Playoffs
One thing is for sure, when you step onto the ice in the NHL's going to get rough. Fighting and scrapping is a huge part of hockey, that's just the way it is. Whether a player fights to gain momentum after a goal or to avenge an earlier hit, the enforcers on a team sometimes put forth as much effort as the guys scoring the goals. That's all well and good for the regular season, but this is the playoffs. It's a different world. What I really can't stand is when the fighting gets out of hand. I'm not talking about punching another guy's teeth out, I mean when fights break out because a team's pissed off that they're losing. The fans paid for a hockey game not a barroom brawl over someone's girl. Come on. Now I don't want to point fingers, but it seems as though wherever the Bru ...

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