Mair vs. Haley

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  1. MahomesIsGod

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    Haley absolutely rocked Mair. Awesome. Especially with the one punch he got in.
     
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    Fight was ruined by Mair throwing punches after the refs jumped in.
     
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    I love Haley since this game against the penguins. Happy to see him drop the gloves again !
     
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    For those who haven't seen it yet
     
  5. straka91*

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    Love this Haley kid. Nice beat down.
     
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    he really is an incredible fighter for a guy that small
     
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    haley popped him real nice when mair wanted to keep going.

    haley is such an amazing fighter, he can go toe to toe, he blocks punches real well and is also great at ducking punches and his punches are timely and accurate.

    he can be a top 10 middleweight easily if he stays up next year, which he should.
     
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    We'll see how good he is in a few weeks when he has to take on Engelland.....
     
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    Poor Pens fans are still bitter over Hales destroying Talbot and Adams. Gillies will deal with Engy and Orpik or Cooke will go with Haley.
     
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    Great fight for an underrated fighter. I can't believe how much he really pounds on some guys.
     
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    uh oh, acting big and tough now eh? how did that work out for the Pens last time?
     
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    has to?
     
  13. Terrapin

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    Orpik or Cooke? Lol. No, I'm thinking Gillies will be dealing with Godard. Engs will more than deal with Haley. Rupp will thump Kenopka (again). And just for good measure, Asham will pummel Martin (although little Tyler Kennedy almost worked him over before, so i guess he could do it again too). I'm guessing the guy that should worry about Orpik and Cooke is Tavares.
     
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    Gillies dealt with Godard and Godard quit on him, so that ends that. If you really think the Pens are going to goon it up, you're lacking something upstairs.

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    I'm sure Godard got tired of Gilles trying to dryhump him.

    They won't goon it up. Unlike the Isles, the Pens actually have other things to think about (playoffs, talent, etc). But the idiot Islander goons should expect some payback
     
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    Yes, the Islanders have no talent...

    This is why the good Pens posters are always getting a hard time.
     
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    There won't be any pay back hahaha
     
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    What the average Pen fan understands in a fair fight

    Haley (5.11 - 190) vs Engelland (6.02 - 200)
     
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    Haley's a very built guy for someone his height, ideally he should go with Asham if Asham's back but Engelland isn't too much of a miss match. Haley shouldn't fight Adams or Talbot though.
     
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    So maybe 2 inches taller and 10lbs heavier is a big mismatch? How big of a mismatch is it when a player fights another player wearing full goalie equipment? Haley didn't seem to mind that....
     
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    lol, kennedy was way overmatched in that fight.
     
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    lolol someone is *********
     
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    For anyone thinking Haley is 5'11 off skates is mistaken. He's maybe 5'10 off of skates, but I'd actually give him 5'9ft. He's built like a tank tho and seeing him manhandle guys in the NHL in his appropriate weight class isnt suprising.

    He's a little undersized to be stepping up into Heavyweight territory, nor should he, but considering his character, I dont see him passing up fighting a heavyweight (and he'd hold his own) if his team needs a momentum shift.

    The bonus about Haley, is he's probably one of the hardest working skaters out there night in and night out, and he does have fluid skating ability and can carry the puck and work the cycle game.

    He's a good 4th line player whom will muck it up, be ok defensively and pot you some goals on your 4th line.

    I hope too see him on the Islanders roster next year because he deffinatly deserves it.
     
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    You're right, he's fought out of his range a few times in Grand-Pierre, Maslonka,Emmerson, Stortini Boll,and Fritz. He even fought team mate Matt Martin in juniors.
     

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