Found November 09, 2011 on Puck Daddy:
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Tanner Glass is the Hugh Jackman of the NHL, in that he has two very distinct sides. He's a real softie, pretty much incapable of turning down a charity opportunity (such as when he raised nearly $10,000 playing Scrabble with some loser blogger for the Canucks For Kids Fund), but he's also a noted pugilist, more than willing to bash a face in, should the opportunity arise. Lucky for him, it often does in the NHL, such as in this major league tilt with Buffalo Sabres' forward Cody McCormick from the Sabres 6-5 overtime win versus the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday night. Those are some serious haymakers. Glass takes one right on the jaw, too. Doesn't even flinch. They should call him Tanner Adamantium. To the naked eye, this might look like a slight victory for McCormick, who lands some heavy blows. But speaking of eyes, McCormick didn't exactly walk away from this one unscathed. Check out the damage: Yeah. He didn't look like that when the fight started. Of course, ...
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