With all of the emphasis on fighting in hockey recently (and to a greater extent, concussions), TSN's Dave Naylor profiles the most prolific fighter in all of hockey, Darren Kramer. http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=377999 The interview and story are both tastefully done (videos can be found on the same page), and for someone who follows the Spokane Chiefs and the Western Hockey League very closely, this is a very interesting series. As a talent evaluator myself, I can say that I've seen what Darren Kramer has to bring to the table, and it is certainly more than just fists. At the start of last season, the Spokane Chiefs were picked to finish at or near the bottom of the league. Four games in, the team was 1-3 and had been scored on a whopping 19 times in those four games. After the addition of Darren Kramer, the team quickly turned around and finished with one of the best seasons in franchise history, marching all the way to the Western Conference Finals before bowing out to the Portland Winterhawks in 6 games. It would be unfair to say that Darren Kramer is the only reason for the team's success, but it would also be unfair to ignore the fact that Kramer was one of the team's alternate captains by the end of the year. Kramer certainly brings high octane energy to the table, and clearly does anything and everything that he can to be a leader and solid teammate. This season, Kramer has been named captain of the Chiefs in only his second year in the league, and through the first five games of the season, already has scored five goals. The last thing that I want to do is have this be a pro/anti fighting argument. This topic is specifically created to discuss Darren Kramer and the prospect of him playing in the NHL for the Ottawa Senators. Discuss!