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Sharks Laugh At Derek Dorsett For Trying To Fight John Scott

  Let’s pretend you know nothing about the NHL. There’s this bad dude who plays for the Sharks named John Scott. Trust me, he’s a bad dude when it comes time to drop his gloves. Derek Dorsett from the Vancouver Canucks thought it would be a good idea Tuesday night to fight Big John. Luckily, Derek skated away. It’s not like Dorsett can’t fight — he has 13 this season...
Via Busted Coverage
2 days ago  |  Discuss

John Scott Wears T-Shirt Commemorating His Lone Goal This Season

John Scott is an NHL enforcer who doesn’t score a whole lot – he has three career goals over his eight year career in The Show – but when he does, he’s going to make sure you remember it. Scott successfully managed to immortalize his one goal for the San Jose Sharks this season – Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
January 12, 2015  |  Discuss

NHL Gets John Scott Verdict Wrong

Last Monday night, the Anaheim Ducks took on the San Jose Sharks in what was expected to be a fierce divisional matchup as San Jose continued their ascension back up the Pacific Division standings after hovering around .500 for the majority of the month of November. Unfortunately, pugilist and hockey goon John Scott had other plans. Most have seen the video of Scott’s reacting...
Via Beyond The Benches
December 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Can we just ban John Scott already?

If there was any support for career tough-guys in the NHL, John Scott is doing his best to single-handedly kill it. One of the dirtiest players in the game and a guy known for being a fighter and not much else, Scott was back at it again on Monday night. The San Jose Sharks enforcer […] The post Can we just ban John Scott already? appeared first on Two Pad Stack.
Via Two Pad Stack
December 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Sharks Enforcer John Scott Scores First Goal Of 2014-15 Season (Video)

It’s a little surprising that John Scott still has a job in the NHL. The 6-foot-8 enforcer lacks speed, skill and the ability to play at least 10 minutes per game, but the San Jose Sharks decided to sign him over the summer as a free agent to bolster the fourth line. Scott entered Tuesday night’s game against the Washington Capitals with two goals in 236 career games. He added...
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Hoping to get 'tough,' Sharks sign nothingman John Scott to one-year deal

Oh, San Jose. We had a chance here. A real chance to do something good for the game. And you had to go and pretend there's something of value left in what is the last of a dying species. A broken down, outdated, useless and cheap species that serves only to damage the game we love.An endangered species in his natural habitat: John Scott (via San Jose Sharks, with...
Via BruinsLife
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: John Scott Signs One-Year Deal With San Jose Sharks

There are times when NHL enforcer John Scott does something that people think is dumb, and the first question is always “Why do teams continue to hire players like John Scott?” That question could have been asked Wednesday afternoon, too. Scott signed a one-year contract with the San Jose Sharks worth $700,000, according to Scott was an unrestricted free agent...
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: John Scott gets knocked out by Justin Johnson

When referencing John Scott of the Buffalo Sabres, I choose to use quotation marks when calling him a “hockey player” because his level of hockey skill is an embarrassment even for the ‘goon’ label he’s tagged with. He’s basically paid solely to hunt, fight and injure opposing players, which is why what happened to him on Sunday afternoon is so great. During the first...
Via Next Impulse Sports
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Buffalo Sabres: Should John Scott have a place on the roster?

Every team has their own version of him.  A player who is put out there for one reason: to scare the opposition.  Most teams would say their version of a ‘goon’ can skate, chip in offensively, defend teammates and bring more to the table than just intimidation.  The Buffalo Sabres’ John Scott, however, is not exactly in that category. John Scott elbowing forward Loui Eriksson...
February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

John Scott gets penalty for literally throwing a puck into the net

As a professional athlete, sometimes you need to come up with unorthodox ways to help your team win games – even if it means bending the rules a little bit. Buffalo Sabres enforcer John Scott is not very good at scoring goals (two career tallies in 205 NHL games) but you can’t fault him for not trying. Scoreless in the first period of last night’s Panthers-Sabres game in Buffalo...
Via Next Impulse Sports
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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