Found February 22, 2013 on
Dallas Stars rookie Antoine Roussel can’t be serious rushing Vancouver’s Zack Kassian to instigate a brawl while wearing a visor. And you don’t even man up and throw off the helmet during the fight? So it’s fair for you to throw bombs at a guy whose face is exposed while your nose is hiding behind a wall?
Give credit to mountain man Kassian for continuing to throw bombs at the Frenchman. Here’s the thing about Roussel, he’s a fighter. He knows the unwritten rules.
The guy had 177 PIM last year in the AHL.
It’s even more embarrassing when you charge wearing a visor and still lose a fight.
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