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DETROIT -- My Uncle Bertrum used to tell me that you can never have it both ways.
But that appears to be what the NHL is trying to do with fighting.
Former Red Wings great Steve Yzerman told TSNs Darren Dreger that the league needs to re-examine the place of fighting in the game.
Yzerman, now the general manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning, told The Dreger Report: Yes, I believe...
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Following last nightâs game in Montreal against the Toronto Maple Leafs which saw enforcer George Parros taken out on a stretcher after going face first...
Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman is among a group of NHL GMs and executives who believe the time has come for the league and Players' Association to take a more aggressive path towards eliminating fighting.
"Yes I believe a player should get a game misconduct for fighting" Yzerman told The Dreger Report. "We penalize and suspend players for making...