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1 Dave September 8, 2005 at 4:44 am

Why? Because they’d like to get back into the NHL again someday, and they know it is evolving into more os a ‘speed-game’.

2 Brushback September 8, 2005 at 5:59 am

Thinking about this one….

I mean, I’ve seen some NHL guys come down to the AHL and actually drop the gloves more often, only because they went to the AHL to add toughness to their game and had something to prove (Manny Malholtra is one example of this; I’m speaking mainly from a Rangers/Wolf Pack perspective). Tomas Kloucek didn’t have to prove his toughness, but he dropped the gloves more frequently in the AHL, too.

I’ve also seen examples of NHL guys staying away from the rough stuff in the AHL. When Krzysztof Oliwa played for the Wolf Pack, he hardly dropped the gloves at all (15 g, 30 pim). I think this is the opposite situation, where the player has nothing to prove, so why bother picking on some small-timers?

3 Chris September 8, 2005 at 7:27 am

Good points by both guys. It would seem to me that if I made a lving being a tough guy, and I get sent down to the Farm, I would want to do whatever it takes to get back to the Show. If I got to the Show droppin mitts, then that is what I would do. Go to the A, and beat up EVRYONE. Show the organization I’ll do what it takes to get back up to the NHL.

4 Kevin September 8, 2005 at 7:33 pm

I think some don’t drop ‘em because they are afraid to get hurt in the minors. A broken hand can finish a guy’s career because we all know enforcers can be replaced by the next guy waiting to chomp at the bit. Someone gets injured and they can be forgotten in a week’s time.
Another huge factor though is their nature. Some guys just LOVE to fight or for whatever reason are incredibly angry…

5 Chris September 8, 2005 at 8:12 pm

Another great point by Kevin. Some guys do have to get very mad to fight, some just love to do it. I think part of it is guys being sent down are sent there to work on their game. The big club knows they can fight, and it may be a case of working on other skills?

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