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March Sadness: Worst Bruin of the Past Decade. THE FINALS. ☆

Alright, we’re here. The finals of the “Worst Bruin of the Past Decade”. Here are the results from “The ****** Four” which ran a two day voting. Tomas Kaberle absolutely destroyed Colton Orr. It wasn’t even close. Also, I’m glad that our buddy MLSE from Pension Plan Puppets dropped in. We love PPP, we really do. The other match-up in the ****** Four was closer than...
Via Days of Y'Orr
16 days ago  |  Discuss

March Sadness. Worst Bruin of the Past Decade: The ****** Four.

We’re so close to the end. The ****** Four brings us, as voted on by our readers, the top four worst Boston Bruins players of the past decade. Here’s how the Awful Eight shook out:   Insane final with Kaberle vs Hamill. Here’s out the ****** Four shakes out: 3. Steve Montador vs 6. Jordan Caron 1. Tomas Kaberle vs 4. Colton Orr It is insane that Colton Orr has made it this...
Via Days of Y'Orr
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs fourth liner's Carter Ashton, Colton Orr, day-to-day

The Toronto Maple Leafs may be without a few key components for their goon-ish fourth line when they return to action tonight against the New York Islanders.Both Colton Orr and Carter Ashton are considered day-to-day with injuries, and aren't expected to suit up in the Leaf's first game back - and potentially putting both players on the shelf longer - according to the Toronto...
Via Sports Injury Alert
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Videos- Dallas Up Big On Toronto, Stuff Happens

First Colton Orr with a hit on Cody Eakin...  Orr received a 10 minute misconduct.   Then about ten minutes of clock-time later, Nazem Kadri and Antoine Rousssel get into it... Continue reading "Videos- Dallas Up Big On Toronto, Stuff Happens"
Via Kukla's Korner
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Hockey fights of the week

Are you ready for an awesome installment of Hockey Fights of the Week? Of course you are. We usually try to promote each article as being better than the one preceding it, but this time we're delivering an incredible batch of fights. Two of these may be in the discussion for fight of the year.  Get ready - this is a good one.  5. Adam McQuaid (BOS) vs Kyle Clifford (LA...
Via Puck Drunk Love
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Colton Orr and John Erskine square off in epic heavyweight fight

Late in the 2nd period of a 1-1 game, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Colton Orr and Washington Capitals defenseman John Erskine decided to settle a score. Orr and Erskine squared off in this heavyweight tilt and showed no regard for their own safety, throwing haymaker after haymaker. Orr ended up going down after taking a heavy shot from Erskine and the Caps went on to win 3-2. [HockeyFights...
Via Diehardsport
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Capitals Defenseman John Erskine Accidentally Punches Linesman in Chin; Drops Colton Orr in Spirited Fight (GIFs)

Washington Capitals defenseman John Erskine was going to fight regardless of who got in his way on Friday night. Erskine was a man on a mission, wanting to drop the gloves first with Toronto Maple Leafs star Dion Phaneuf, but a linesman had other ideas early in the second period. The unlucky man in black and white attempted to break things up, but as he skated in between the pair...
Via NESN.com
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

After “Princess Phaneuf” Remarks, John Scott Understands Why He Was Handed A Misconduct

from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News, Buffalo Sabres winger John Scott collided with Toronto defenseman Dion Phaneuf early in the third period Saturday and then got jumped from behind by Frazer McLaren as Cody McCormick and Toronto’s Colton Orr joined the fray. Yet Scott got 14 minutes in penalties, a double minor for roughing and a 10-minute misconduct. The 6-foot...
Via Kukla's Korner
November 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Habs GM Bergevin: Parros is 'almost symptom-free'

Canadiens forward George Parros in recovering quickly as Montreal general manager Marc Bergevin told The Montreal Gazette on Wednesday that Parros - who was concussed after falling face first to the ice during a fight with Toronto's Colton Orr last Tuesday - is "almost symptom-free." The Gazette added that Bergevin and the Canadiens are in no hurry to get him back...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Canada prime minister weighs in on hockey violence

Stephen Harper dropped his prime ministerial gloves to discuss violence in hockey. He says the game today is a lot less rough than it was many years ago. ''We all have to realize is that this debate is as old as the game itself,'' the Canadian prime minister said. Harper has a book coming out next month on the early history of professional hockey. His unsolicited...
Via AP on Fox
October 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Players Should Say Yes Or No To Fighting

from Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe, George Parros’s opening-night concussion, sustained in a scrap with ex-Bruin Colton Orr, is stirring the pot about the future of fighting. Respected general managers Ray Shero, Steve Yzerman, and Jim Rutherford expressed their reservations about fighting to TSN after Parros’s injury. But the players are the men bashing their...
Via Kukla's Korner
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Brooks: NHL, NHLPA need to ax fighting

You might expect that the New York Post's Larry Brooks would have a strong reaction to the George Parros-Colton Orr scrap which yielded Parros exiting the game on a stretcher with a concussion, and Brooks does indeed offer suggestions that the NHL and NHLPA need to embrace Jacques Plante-style, "Just because everybody else did it, doesn't mean that I have to put my face...
Via Kukla's Korner
October 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Canadiens Home Opener Defined by Parros Injury

Tuesday night’s game in Montreal between the Canadiens and the Maple Leafs marked the 15th time the two teams have opened an NHL season against each other. The Leafs now hold a 10-5 record after winning the season opener 4-3. The night started off with what’s now becoming a traditional passing of the torch between current and past players. A loud ovation came from the fans at...
Via The Farm Club
October 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Why the NHL should ban fighting

The ongoing debate of whether or not to ban fighting in the NHL was rekindled Tuesday night when Montreal Canadiens enforcer, George Parros, hit the ice face first and suffered a concussion in the middle of a fight with Toronto’s Colton Orr. Thankfully, Parros should be fine, but it was another example of why the fighting debate should continue among the NHL and its players. Fighting...
Via Midwest Sports Fans
October 03, 2013  |  Discuss

NHL Has No Plans To Change Fighting Rules

from Erika Tucker of GlobalNews, The sight of Montreal Canadiens enforcer George Parros hitting the ice during a fight with Toronto Maple Leafs enforcer Colton Orr Tuesday night has rallied both supporters of fighting in the National Hockey League, and its detractors. But the NHL says Parros’ injury won’t lead to the removal of fisticuffs from the game. “At the...
Via Kukla's Korner
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Poll: What should the NHL do about fighting?

In the wake of the incident between George Parros and Colton Orr last night, there has been a lot of talk regarding fighting and its role in today’s NHL. Some people want harsher penalties, some want it banned entirely, and some people are just fine with things the way that they are. Let us know how you feel in the poll below.
Via Flyers Faithful
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

NHL Hockey: Anti-Fighting Cabal uses Parros Incident to Push Agenda

Last night, newly acquired Habs tough guy George Parros while fighting fellow Leafs Pugilist Colton Orr, slipped and fell awkwardly on to the ice, landing on his chin.  The violent fall knocked the Habs tough guy out. Fortunately, Parros wasn’t seriously injured and this is the tweet that George put on twitter account this morning.  Thanks for all the well wishes everyone...
Via Goon's World
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

George Parros Sustains Concussion, Thanks Supporters for ‘Well Wishes’ After Nasty Face-First Fall Onto Ice (Video)

MONTREAL — Canadiens enforcer George Parros sustained a concussion early in the third period of Montreal’s 4-3 home-opening loss to Toronto after slamming face-first into the ice during a fight with Maple Leafs forward Colton Orr. The hard-hitting Parros spent several minutes motionless on the ice, attended to by both teams’ medical staffs, before being removed on a stretcher...
Via NESN.com
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

About last night: Offense ruled the NHL

OK, so what did we learn from the first night of NHL hockey? Let’s go down the list:Fighting is dangerous. The ice surface is hard. Canadiens enforcer George Parros got tangled up with Maple Leafs ruffian Colton Orr. When Orr pulled him down, Parros landed face first on the ice and suffered a concussion. The bellowing of the anti-fighting crowd commenced.The Capitals will be a...
Via Fox - The Hockey Guy
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

George Parros injured after falling face-first onto ice during fight (VIDEO)

Montreal Canadiens enforcer George Parros was taken off of the ice on a stretcher after falling on his face while fighting Colton Orr of the Toronto Maple Leafs. While falling, Orr held onto Parros, who had his arms wrapped up and had no way to protect himself as his face collided with the ice. The Canadiens announced after the game that Parros suffered a concussion and...
Via The Other Paper
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Opening night marred by serious injury to Habs' Parros

Toughness is innate to hockey its culture its lore but no one is immune to regular human emotion. So when Montreal Canadiens enforcer George Parros clattered face first to the ice during a fight with Toronto Maple Leafs tough guy Colton Orr it was a traumatic experience even for men who play the sport at its highest level. One Hab privately said the impact was the most sickening...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Parros slams face, is hospitalized

A scary sight unfolded late in the first game of the NHL season Tuesday night, as Canadiens enforcer George Parros slammed his face on the ice after stumbling over Maple Leafs tough guy Colton Orr during a fight late in the game at Montreal. After lying motionless on the ice for a few a moments, Parros turned over, blood visible on his face and the ice. He was put on a stretcher...
Via Fox Sports
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

George Parros has a concussion, will remain in hospital overnight

George Parros did indeed hit the ice face-first while attempting to fight Colton Orr during the Canadiens-Leafs game, but Parros' status matters more than anthing else at present, and here's the Canadian Press's update: Parros suffered a concussion early in the third period of the Montreal Canadiens' 4-3 home-opener loss to the rival Toronto Maple Leafs after...
Via Kukla's Korner
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Orr-Parros Scrap Ends Badly (VIDEO)

((HT: NHL on CBC)) The Montreal Canadiens brought in George Parros for muscle and he ended up squaring off against Colton Orr, for what seems like the elevendy billonth time on the ice. The guys know each other. They know the styles... Just sometimes it doesn't end well... Like tonight... This was their first scrap... But the rematch ended this way at 2:34 of...
Via Online Sports Guys
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Canadiens' Parros leaves on stretcher after fight

Canadiens enforcer George Parros has left the ice on a stretcher after being pulled down face first during a fight in his first game with Montreal. Parros was in his second fight of Tuesday night's season-opening game when he was injured in a bout with Toronto Maple Leafs heavyweight Colton Orr. Orr had fallen to the ice and reached up and pulled down Parros. Parros' face...
Via AP on Fox
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

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