Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

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    Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    It's his first game against the Hawks and I'm sure most of the Chicago squad hasn't forgotten what he did to Hossa. Pretty sad when Torres says he'd like to follow Matt Cooke's example in changing his style. Essentially that means he wants to be slightly less of a D-bag. Great, thanks a lot Raffi.

     

     

     
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    Re: Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    Should be a good one for sure Dez. I doubt anyone will actually attack him but he will likely be challenged by every able Hawk all night. Good luck Raffi!!

     
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    Re: Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    In response to jmwalters' comment:

    Should be a good one for sure Dez. I doubt anyone will actually attack him but he will likely be challenged by every able Hawk all night. Good luck Raffi!!




    I could see someone coming in swinging whether Raffi wants to go or not. Matt Cooke got off way too easy. He should be punched every time he plays against Boston.

     
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    Re: Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    2-1/2 minutes.

     
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    Re: Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    2 major Injustices. 

    A. Matt Cooke not getting suspended

    B.  Torres getting that length of suspension.  

     
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    Re: Does Torres Get Attacked Tonight?

    In response to shuperman's comment:

    2 major Injustices. 

    A. Matt Cooke not getting suspended

    B.  Torres getting that length of suspension.  




    I know this sounds starnge but I totally agree with you.

     
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