Ole Kristian Tollefsen vs Daniel Brodin (Swedish League)

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  1. Glennsoe

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwcdP81IWFA

    Not sure how popular this is, but I like Tollefsen and I'm a Norwegian...so..lol

    In this clip Tollefsen doesn't seem to want to fight because of the size difference but ends up whaling into him pretty good..

    Thoughts...
     
  2. IrMitchell*

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    Brodin got lynched, nice drafting job Burke.
     
  3. cardiffgiant

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    Hilarious. The guys picks a fight with Tollie, then proceeds to duck his head and flail his gloved hands at him like it's going to be a mite house league scrap. Glad to see that Tollefsen is still playing.
     
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    What are you talking about? Brodin is 20 years old and about 30lbs lighter than Tollefsen. Are you saying Burke drafted a bust due to watching this one fight? I'm also willing to bet you haven't seen him play (outside of the WJC at least).

    Some of the people on these boards...:help:
     
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    does he say 'absolute fail' at 1:10 ?!
     
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    He says "absolut fel" which means "absolute wrong" and then continues "guy to pick a fight with". I think that was pretty spot on :laugh:
     
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    :laugh: nice.
     
  8. Duke749

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    Well that was pretty awful. People can use that video to teach players how NOT to fight.
     
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    I dont think non-fighters understand howmuch balance it takes while being in a fight on skates. Brodin should have took it easier,and he would have done better.(and to avoid other posters thinking im taking a shot at them,i meant the non fighting hockey players)
     
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    First fight for Brodin outside of juniors. Could have gone better of course. :laugh:

    But he gets respect for not backing down although his opponent is much larger, heavier and more experienced. Tollefsen probably anticipated that Brodin would quietly go away after harassing him a little for a perfectly fine check against the boards.
     
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    Lesson for Brodin and other hot headed young hockey players. Do NOT kick a bears butt..
     
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    :laugh:

    I heard that too. It was great !


    I missed the part that "Tollefsen didnt want to fight Brodin because of the size difference"....like the OP was saying.

    Tolf dropped the gloves pretty quickly.
     
  13. From my understanding, Brodin is a pest-type player that can really fly and deliver big hits.

    I like that he had the courage to take on the bigger and more experienced fighter. It tells me that he has the balls to play that role in the NHL. He needs to add strength, and will learn how to fight when/if he comes to North America.
     

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