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    McSorley was the best enforcer the Kings have had. Stu is second.

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    Best uniform worn by a Kings enforcer

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    Hockey's original bad boy. The "Cowboy" Howie Young


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    Quote Originally Posted by puckstopper27 View Post
    Sorry, I cannot bring myself to say McSorley was the best anything as a King. His crooked stick is unforgivable as far as I'm concerned.
    I don't get how or why people still blame Marty. The coach should bear some responsibility. And in addition to that, they lost three consecutive games in OT. Had it not been for Marty's play that season, they don't even get to the Finals.

    No enforcer had the same impact Marty had on the Kings. And he wasn't here for a short stint and did more than just drop the gloves and beat opponents up.
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    This is about best enforcer, not best fighter....best pure fighter as judged by decisions would be Dan Maloney I believe...randy holt, tiger, quantity. Haven't heard Dave hutchinsons name tossed around...but as an enforcer, it's old number 33 hands down. Wayne would not come to la without Marty who could fight and play. Without 99 hockey in la would get no respect, so Marty played the role the best due to his ability to play, exact retribution and intimidate. As for Ian, flyweights are not enforcers....
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    Quote Originally Posted by puckstopper27 View Post
    Sorry, I cannot bring myself to say McSorley was the best anything as a King. His crooked stick is unforgivable as far as I'm concerned.
    His stick came from the factory that way, then there was the guard at the stadium was bribed to get let in and measure the sticks, without Marty Wayne would not cone to the kings, if u must, equip man, coach, northland ccm or the manufacturer, teammates share responsibility...find it n your heart kings fan, and the guy does tons of charity work in his retirement!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvrnblk View Post
    Ryan Flinn. What a beast. I vividly remember him hit his head on the ice when he fought Vandermeer. So bummed when that happened.


    Here's my Matt Johnson jersey. Haven't seen another in a long time!
    Ooooh is that game worn? Nice!

    Almost wore my Matty jersey on Saturday, but it's covered in signatures and I'm totally paranoid some idiot is going to spill their hotdog on it. I'll save it for Matt Johnson Night.
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    Marty takes the prize, Wells, Grimson, Flinn, Schultz, Baumgartner, Potomski, Lappy, Miller, Tiger, Watters, and Johnson get honourable mentions. Heck, Dave Taylor had over 1500 PIMS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JETS GARAGE View Post
    Heck, Dave Taylor had over 1500 PIMS.
    But how many PENALTIES did he have??

    Overall that's a good list. I forgot about Jay Miller. Always a great beard, too.

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    Watters?? Halkidas Buskas and Brent Thompson would be before Watters.
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