enforcer/agrivators prospects that have skill?

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  1. Howard35

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    are there any out there, such as the avery's, the barnabys (back in the day), ott's, booggard's, ect...

    thanks!
     
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    downie maybe.
     
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    Dan Carcillo of the yotes. Has been compared to Avery in playing style only though.
     
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    Derek Dorsett playing for Medicine Hat but drafted by Columbus last year
     
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    Downie, in all likelihood. He is a first class pest, but with skill that most don't realize. And he'll stand up for himself, unlike some others of his type.
     
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    J.D. Watt potentially for Calgary.
     
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    Took the words right out of my mouth.

    He has over 200 PIM this year and 60 points. Great guy to have on your team...not to play against. Ask Dion Phaneuf.
     
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    In Spokane we call him Derek "Flying Elbow" Dorsett though...

    We used to have a guy named Myles Stoesz that alot of people thought would some day be an NHL enforcer...personally, I think he's fully useless outside of his fighting...has to be the worst skater in the league.
     
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    David Clarkson
     
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    How about Leo Komarov ?

    I've heard he's a nuisence on the ice. He's a Leafs prospect, but I dont know much about his game? Does he have any skill whatsoever other than pissing others off. He scored some goals in the WJC, thats all I know.
     
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    (see avatar) Milan Lucic... raised eyebrows when taken in the 2nd round last year, but has put up nearly a ppg in the WHL to go along with being a top5 heavyweight in that league. Is now 220pds+ and --to quote Kirk Leduke-- ''is built like a brick ****-house''.

    Would destroy most of the guys listed here in a fight or open-ice hit... and can play with them too (has surprising hands around the net) and decent straight-line speed (still needs work on agility).

    Lucic is the hockey-gods way of paying the Bruins back for all the ********* teams we have witnessed over the past few years.
     
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    It still amazes me how Lucic he leads his WHL team in scoring, while also leading them in fighting majors (17). :amazed: I only wish I could see him play more often. I catch the Vancouver game or hilights on Sportsnet and obviously some of his fights on youtube. He's going to be a fan favorite in Boston for sure....



     
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    He's decent, but not a real top liner. At least not yet.
     
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    Colin Fraser is a good agitator with reasonable skill (31 points +5 in 61 games in the AHL.) He cannot fight to save his life though.
     
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    ok. thats what i thought aswell. but i have only seen him in the wjc so i wanst really sure if i was way off or right about it.
     
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    Ryan Callahan and Dane Byers for the Rangers.

    Brandon Dubinsky can be quite a pest and will never duck a fight, either.
     
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    MXD James St. John Smythe

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    Is Kevin Cormier headed that way?
     
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    Chris Stewart is a tough kid and can play when he wants to.
     
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    Frazer McLaren has some skill and I wouldn't be surprised to one day see him get a cup of coffee.
     
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    While I agree with you, he's no "enforcer"... Unless he turns out being a second-coming of Scott Parker, or worst, Wade Belak... But Belak was always headed this way.
     
  21. Alex Bourret!!!!!
     
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    Kevin Cormier will be lucky to make the ECHL.
     
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    Anthony Peluso ?
    Kevin Cormier
    Maxim Lapierre but he is in nhl
    Milan Lucic
    Steve Downie
    Nick Foligno
     
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    Just to add another player, Johan Dahlberg of Sweden.

    He's supposed to be an agitator, but with some offensive skill.
     
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    Is Cally causing **** in the A? He was always fiesty but I'm not sure I'd call him an agitator (and certainly not an enforcer :)).
     

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