What I don't understand is when people say: "I'd rather have fast superstars than fighting!" Why are the two mutually exclusive? You can easily (and we have for the entire history of the sport) have both. I'm interested why people are considering what Wilson did to injure Panarin as "Fighting". That's not fighting, and if he was issued a 5 minute major for fighting, then that was the wrong call. The past few Sens games, I've watched Brannstrom, Norris, Tkachuk, Dzingel, and Paul all get into fights. Mutually consenting fights that started and ended without controversy. Each player finished out their games, and were also effective players with the puck as well, that all do exciting things on the ice, that make it fun to watch. So what the hell is the issue then?