Tough players who rarely fight

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  1. Your Boy Troy

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    Players who rarely fight, but can handle themselves very well in a scrap. I will list some of my favorites.

    Francois Beauchemin: Left-handed fighter that handle himself well against Paul Bissonnette. Beat Iginla easily when they fought during the playoffs.



    Mike Fisher: A very solid middleweight fighter. He fought Joel Rechlicz to a draw.



    Nicklas Grossmann: He only has three career fights. But, his fight card is very impressive with fights against Cody McCormick and George Parros. And, he did very well in all of his fights.

     
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    Fisher was the first person I thought of when I saw this thread. Very strong guy.

    Joe Thornton/Jamie Benn will always be one of my favourite fights. Both guys are insanely talented, and showed here that they aren't slouches when it comes to fighting either.



    James Wisniewski used to scrap every now and then, now it's rare to see him fight at all. Gets the win against Joe Vitale in the scrap below, and in the past has taken on guys like Tootoo, Moen, and Josh Gratton.

     
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    James Wisniewski, Douglas Murray. Also, a homer pick: Rene Bourque. Check his fights against Hendricks, Schultz, Sloan, etc. He rarely drops them, but when he does, he can throw a few stiff ones.
     
  4. I want to say Patrice Bergeron but he only fought 2 people. He did well against Gorges but not so well against Malkin.
     
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    Seidenberg is like Beauchemin.
     
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    Beauchemin, Wisniewski, Macarthur
     
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    Mac is an ANIMAL when he fights. He doesnt just win he dominates.
     
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    Dan Boyle is another guy who goes crazy. Feisty guy.
     
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    Richard ''Doctor Z'' Zednik was pretty good.
     
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    Derek Morris doesn't fight too often, but he certainly knows how to handle himself.
     
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    Some names that come to mind, past and present.

    Darryl Sittler was a great pound for pound fighter when he had to be. Mike Richards was a great fighter even in junior and never seems to lose when he drops them. Clark Gillies barely had to fight (for his standards) because the image of him dropping Dave Schultz in 1975 had shelf life. And of course, Chara.
     
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    Larry Robinson could fight but rarely did in 2nd half of career.He got pummeled in a 1978 fight and fought less after that
     
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    Phil Kessel is 2 for 2 in career fights. Very tough but doesn't drop the mitts often.
     
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    Curios by who? I know he lost one to Jonathon but he certainly wasn't pummeled and I believe he fought less, only because players new they'd get a major thumping.

    Danny Gare was a top fighter but was more noted for his goal scoring but he could go toe to toe with anyone.
     
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    Wrong. He never got ''pummeled''
     
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    would be a Dman, from my team it's Grossmann
     
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    Simon Nolet rarely fought but beat John Ferguson.
     
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    Ill educate you guys again.Larry Robinson got beaten up by Dave Hutchinson.I saw the fight when i was a kid.If you dont believe me read Drydens book.In in he says'Robinson always seemed like to superman to me but it faded with one punch'.Robinson was never quite the same.Fact is fact not myth
     
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    Alex Kovalev was a good fighter. He fight only four time and owned Tucker HELL YEH and Zednik is capable to fight
     
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    There was never a documented time that Robinson fought Hutchison in 1978. He was with the Kings in 1977-'78 and the Leafs in 1978-'79. I scrolled the Habs games in both of those years and Robinson and Hutchison never fought. So are you thinking about a different year here?
     
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    Thank-you Big Phil The fight was in an exihibition game at mlg.The Toronto Star had a Picture and a story on it.It was also well wriiten in the game By Ken Dryden.Robonson was ko ed
     
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    Stuart for the jets
     
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    took it from DYG
     
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    I think the Stan Jonathan pummeling you are referring to was against Pierre Bouchard.
     

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