Best heavyweight in the chl

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  1. JeromeHP

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    In the q i said the king is kevin cormier from rimouski he just destroy a guy 2nite only reason his playing in the q this year his to play with his 16year old brother patrice. Kevin is a beast at 6"3 236 and he not a bad hockey player either
     
  2. Cormier has insane punching power. He can just flatten people.

    Another good one is Matt Kassian in the WHL.
     
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    2nite cormier knock out a guy frm drumondville the poor guy hit the ice 3time during the fight he look like kevin cormier punching bag out there
     
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    Bobby Davey on Sarnia. I guess im bias because I grew up with him but still a tough guy.
     
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    How does Milan Lucic stack up to these guys? I haven't seen him play much, but I hear he's pretty tough.
     
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    Theo Peckham is close to the top in the CHL and he can play...
     
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    I know some players from whl Boogaard 6"3 237 Ryan Gillen 6"8 240 policeman on the ice Juraj Valach 6"7 225
     
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    How does Oskar Osala stack up?
     
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    Thats really cool that you grew up with him:clap:
     
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    In The Q: not question its Kevin Cormier, he was the champ last year as well, with no one able to come close to him other than Marty Doyle.

    So naturally this year he is a monster again and is tops in the Q and probably tops in the CHL, the only person in the CHL that could challenge him is Matt Kassian in the WHL.

    Other notables in the Q would be Triston Mason, Kyell Hennegan, and possibly Kirk Forrest.

    The OHL looks the weaker of the two to me (I watch OHL and QMJHL, so I cant really comment all that much on the WHL) While the OHL has some tough guys, none stand out as much as Cormier or Kassian. But right now the top dog IMO (and the opinion of OHLTG.com) would be Theo Peckham as #1 and right behind him would be Phil Oreskovic. Since Scott Todd is hurt he would probably be in the mix of the top 3. Someone mentioned Bobby Davey I think he's definatly a tough kid but I wouldnt put him in a top 3, OHLTG has him ranked #5 and that seems right to me. Only other person worth mentioning would by St. Mike's Michael Haley who is a little guy but impressed when he was taking on the top dogs last year with Sarnia, especially since he had a good showing against Zach Stortini and KO'ed Scott Todd.

    Amidst all this writing my CHL top 3 would be:

    1. Kevin Cormier
    2. Matt Kassian
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    3. Theo Peckham

    Thats just how I see it though.

    *EDIT: When I get a chance I'll upload some good fights of the guys I mentioned.
     
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    I guess John Flatters on the Vancouver Giants Thinks he's a Tough Guy..
     
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    He's nowhere near these guys. He fights middleweights and picks his spots pretty well. He got hammered by Tyler Doig in one fight and his other fight this season was a non-event. He's not an enforcer.
     
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    sarcasm?:sarcasm: :D
     
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    frazier mclaren from the dub, i've seen him beat up lucic and a few other whl enforcers and this year he's decided to score goals too
     

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