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    Can't forget about the guy who many fighters called the hardest puncher to ever drop the gloves - Joe Kocur. Kocur's career was cut short due to one too many hand surgeries..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2YV4CBFZNI
    Kocur, a smarter fighter, also used bodypunches to great effect.
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    ...I'm not fixing your YouTube links anymore.

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    As long as people don't mind opening a window..no problem with the links the way they are.

    Last one's for the day. This Montreal Canadien was one of the first real ' enforcers ' and a great teammate by all accounts - the late John Ferguson. I used to enjoy watching interviews with him, a really humble, likeable man.
    There's not a lot of footage of his tussles out there anymore, but he was one of the most revered NHL fighters of the 1960's who also chipped in with timely goals now and again.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ke2C...feature=relmfu
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZnTw...feature=relmfu
    RIP John

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    Are there any where hockey players or fans are killed?
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    When I was a Leaf fan, they had a Borje Salming who had one of the most brutal skate cuts to the face you will ever see back in the 80s. 200 stitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egg NoB View Post
    Are there any where hockey players or fans are killed?
    Don't you have your daily pigfucking session to get to, NoB ?
    Trot along now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KO'd N DOA View Post
    When I was a Leaf fan, they had a Borje Salming who had one of the most brutal skate cuts to the face you will ever see back in the 80s. 200 stitches.
    The scariest thing ever, for me ,was the Clint Malarchuck incident..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dT4PenDwiPo
    Makes my stomach flip-flop every time I see it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZ View Post
    The scariest thing ever, for me ,was the Clint Malarchuck incident..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dT4PenDwiPo
    Makes my stomach flip-flop every time I see it..
    Oh ya, that is spectacular and I remember. But in the innocence of a child limited to CBC, and local TV, and having never seen a slasher flick, that really scared me.

    Why does NoB disturb your threads. Surely he has enough of his own.

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    One fan was killed by an out of control puck once...

    But wow, that throat slash... just wow! That's terrible! So glad the guy lived.

    I am suddenly VERY aware of my neck.
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    Turns out there was a repeat of the Malarchuck incident (hit the same artery) except this time they had the presence of mind to go and help the man immediately rather than let him bleed out on the ice.


    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjoByuFt1_8



    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4TySBCEPvI
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