What you gonna do about it?

Robin Brownlee
December 14 2013 10:59AM

What was your gut reaction to seeing Zack Kassian of the Vancouver Canucks rub the Edmonton Oilers noses in the stinking end of a 4-0 waxing at Rogers Arena Friday by mocking Sam Gagner?

Video provided of a scrum near the Edmonton bench at the end of the game shows Kassian, who badly broke Gagner's jaw with a high stick in pre-season, yapping at the Oilers and motioning toward his face. He appears to be saying "What's this?" or "What's that?" in reference to the cage Gagner is wearing to protect his jaw.

While what Kassian said exactly is up to question, his actions, whether you deem them a classless act worthy of contempt or weasel-like agitating that's part of the game, begs another question: "What you gonna do about it?"

We'll have to wait until January 21 for the Oilers to answer.

THE OPTIONS

Where you fall in the gut-reaction category to what unfolded Friday will dictate where you come down as far as what you deem a suitable response to Kassian's actions.

1. Win hockey games. There's a school of thought that he who laughs last laughs best and that there is no better way to shove it to Kassian and the Canucks than to beat them on the scoreboard.

2. An eye for an eye. If your blood boiled as the gap-toothed Kassian smirked and motioned, you're likely of the mind that the Vancouver ruffian should see a steady diet of Steve MacIntyre and Luke Gazdic when the teams meet in January. Kassian deserves an ass-kicking.

3. A combination of the first two options. Kassian should pay for what he did and what he said by taking a beating on the ice and the Oilers should add an exclamation mark by answering the "What you gonna do about it?" question on the scoreboard. Hell, why not run that clip before every game against the Canucks?

4. Do nothing. Turn the other cheek. Exacting payback from Kassian is nothing but premeditated violence and goonery that would drag the Oilers down to his level. As for beating the Canucks, well, the Oilers aren't actually good enough to do that.

WE WAIT

Whatever the Oilers come up with as a response, that response is best left unsaid – assuming it falls under one of the first three options. First, talk is cheap. Second, if the Todd Bertuzzi-Steve Moore case taught us anything, it's that there's legal peril in talking about revenge and then getting it.

Reporters, you can rest assured, will be looking for comment about Friday's incident with the Oilers in California today. I'm guessing Dallas Eakins and his players will offer up a whole lot of nothing on that front. Better now that what's churning in their guts doesn't pass by their lips.

What you gonna do about it?

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#1 Naky
December 14 2013, 11:05AM
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They're going to do nothing about it.

This team can't play offense, it can't play defense, and it can't play relevant physical hockey. When a ping pong ball like Arcobello is up there in hits, you know you've got a problem. Gee whiz, that 5'8, 160 pound body's gonna wear that other team down eventually right?

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#2 Romulus' Apotheosis
December 14 2013, 11:09AM
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You left out option 5.

5. Repay Kassian by a series of intense, hockey checks to skill players on the Nucks. Taking out Kassian -- a marginal player on a very good team -- has a lot of catharsis in its favor… but a true eye for an eye would say that a marginal player taking out a skilled player deserves the same in turn. Introduce a Sedin to the boards and make sure your stick/elbow are appropriately placed.

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#3 merfer
December 14 2013, 11:09AM
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I'll bet Gagner gets so mad he hits Kassian with his purse.

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#4 RexHolez
December 14 2013, 11:11AM
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My gut reaction is maybe teams wouldn't be so cocky to them if they started winning some games. Everyone picks on the loser, that's life

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#5 Serious Gord
December 14 2013, 11:12AM
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As I posted on another thread, I think that the oil mgmt was told not to let the team exact revenge on kassian. Ghosts of bertuzzi/Moore.

And until the game was in dead time nothing was attempted and the scrum that resulted ended with a whimper EVEN after kassians egregious words and gestures. This supports rather than weakens my theory.

As for revenge or perhaps vengeance in the next game, winning would be nice, but with the Canucks being as well coached as they are and the oilers being THE worst coached team in the league, that is highly unlikely.

Thus the best method would not to tackle Kassian directly but for a third liner to hack one of the sedins just below the knee causing ligament damage that requires surgery - season (and playoff) ending surgery. And moments after committing the act that same player should skate by the Canucks bench and point at kassian and mouth (not say) the word "payback".

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#6 Oiler Al
December 14 2013, 11:17AM
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Option No. 2. Oilers can play well enough to just beat them on the scoreboard.!

I would seriously dress Big Mac for the next game.... enough said.

Kassian is more smoke than fire.Decides to do his taunt after the game is over.Bully.

On the other hand Gadzic should have gone after him earlier, but what can he do when he is tpically , in Oiler fashion pinned to the bench.Eakins cant even figure out this part of NHL hockey.

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#7 tileguy
December 14 2013, 11:18AM
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boo hoo hoo, option 6 is to just pick up our puck and go home. Who cares abour kassian and retrobution, there are more important items on the agenda.

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#8 Bishai in the Benches
December 14 2013, 11:18AM
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I'm not even pissed about what Kassian did. It's his job, he gets paid for it, and chirping is part of the game. The fact that everyone is so upset about it baffles me. There is no "unwritten code" that dictates what players say on the ice, as long as they are willing to pay the price. I full believe that Kassian was/is willing to fight anyone in the oilers line-up. That isn't the problem.

The problem is the oilers don't care enough to make him pay. It seems as if the entire team has simply given up. There is no compete left at all. In my division beer league games, where games have absolutely no value at all and we are paying to be there, if a player on the opposing team was beaking off about how sweet it was when he hurt one of our players, guaranteed we'd have 5 guys chomping at the bit to get some retribution. That's the way the game is played.

You wonder why the boston bruins are such a great hockey team... Krejci is almost identical in size to Hemsky, but there is no way in hell we'd ever see Hemsky scrum it up like Krejci. Sure, you can attribute part of that to a "skilled" playing style, but the Bruins are a highly skilled team... Skill and "give a crap" are not mutually exclusive. You can definitely do both. The oilers won't start winning games until they start caring, competing, getting pissed off, and standing up for their fellow teammates.

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#9 Loweblows
December 14 2013, 11:23AM
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You forgot number 5. Lay in the fetal position and suck their thumbs. COWARDS!

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#10 Wohin gehst du?
December 14 2013, 11:23AM
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@Bishai in the Benches

"as long as they are willing to pay the price."

So an unwritten code then...

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#11 Matt
December 14 2013, 11:28AM
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Romulus' Apotheosis wrote:

You left out option 5.

5. Repay Kassian by a series of intense, hockey checks to skill players on the Nucks. Taking out Kassian -- a marginal player on a very good team -- has a lot of catharsis in its favor… but a true eye for an eye would say that a marginal player taking out a skilled player deserves the same in turn. Introduce a Sedin to the boards and make sure your stick/elbow are appropriately placed.

What a disgusting thing to say.

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#12 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:29AM
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a) Kassian is an a-hole. Classless move.

b) The Oilers need a few classless a-holes.

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#13 reaperfunkss (2nd tier fan)
December 14 2013, 11:29AM
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The Oilers basically reiterated what they have been proving the last 6 years. No heart no desire no guts. Their record proves they are not an NHL caliber team. There lack of desire to make Vancouver pay for the broken jaw is just sad. I am not saying goon it up (cause other than Gazdic they have no one who can do it) But hit the sedins. Run kesler. "Fall" into luongo. Nope none of that. Just a bunch of guys collecting paycheques.

PU$$IE$

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#14 They're $hittie
December 14 2013, 11:30AM
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If Gagner wasnt injured he probably would have been the first person to fight Kassian.

You may say he plays soft, but when it comes up to sticking up for team mates and himself, he is the first one there to do it. HE isnt scarred of bigger weight classes.

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#15 Hunter333
December 14 2013, 11:31AM
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Kassian is a classless bum and needs to have that smirk wiped off his face. Bring on MacIntyre let him take Kassian out for the year.Then if big Mac gets a suspension the rest of his team mates should just chip in a few dollars to make sure big Mac doesn't loose any wages.

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#16 admiralmark
December 14 2013, 11:32AM
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I got the ultimate Option #5:

Trade Gagner to the Canucks. Hahahahahaha jokes on them now!

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#17 Mikey
December 14 2013, 11:32AM
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If I were Eakins, it's an easy call. Bring up Smac and dress both him and gazdic. Gazdic goes and fights him the first time Kassian is on the ice. One he gets out of the box, Smac attacks him. There will be no, hey let's go. It's throw your gloves off and start going to town. Hall then throws down with H Sedin.

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#18 boxman
December 14 2013, 11:33AM
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I posted this on Lowetide. "This group of Oilers is becoming increasingly hard to like. As a team they are incapable of standing up for each other and many of them are either cowards or selfishly disinterested. Taylor Hall had one fight and now he turns away every time he is physically challenged. If Kassian had speared someone in the eye last night the list of players who wouldn’t piss themselves is extremely short. My guess is most of the Oiler players have gotten rid of all the mirrors in their mansions because if any of them had pride and got a good look at themselves they would head for the cliffs like lemmings. I’m done going to games as the smell of piddle wafts up into the stands every time an opposing player glares." Reading it over again I was definitely venting but I do believe what I said. I don't know if cowards is the best description but scared doesn't cut it. Most of us who have have stepped up in sports were scared. A good teammate and a man finds a way to overcome their fear. I didn't need a premeditated fight but seeing Kassian mock our whole team while our team stared at their skates said a lot about what is wrong with the Oilers. After the Oilers lost the Stanley Cup to the Islanders the rumour was it was noted how badly spent and beat up the Islanders were. The old take a hit without retaliating to make a play. Dead on! That said the Islanders stood up for each other every time. If Kassian tried that crap he'd of paid the price. The same was true of the Oilers for years and years. I don't know how the Oilers could respect themselves after last night and if you can't respect yourself you sure as hell won't get respect from opponents. As for the idiot who mentioned Gagner's purse he has a broken jaw and is one of the few Oilers who have stuck up for himself. Shame on the majority the Oilers! You cowered when you could have come together as a team. I'm sickened by that.

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#19 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:35AM
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@Hunter333

Well that didn't take long.

Steve Macintyre could and would do nothing about it. Also people who are not hockey players do not get nicknames.

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#20 tileguy
December 14 2013, 11:37AM
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@boxman

I'm sure Eeberle looks in the mirror every day, after all he's got commercials to shoot.

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#21 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:37AM
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@They're $hittie

Yeah. Gagner would have TOTALLY fought Kassian.

5'9" 180 vs. 6'3" 215.

woulda kicked his @ss too, right?

Be better than that. At least suggest something that involves MacIntyre.

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#22 Johnnydapunk
December 14 2013, 11:38AM
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Looks like we have seen the last of LaBarbera, he just got traded to Chicago for "future considerations" . That's one less contact on the books, I give a yay to that!

Also must mean that The Bryz is good to go, double yay !

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#23 -30-
December 14 2013, 11:39AM
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What are they going to do about it? Nothing.

What can they do about it? Nothing.

Until the Oiler develop a team spirit they are a bunch of individual players playing for themselves.

They haven't done much this or the past few years to demonstrate that they are capable of sticking up for themselves.

They're an easy team to play. An easy team to beat. An easy team to intimidate.

-30-

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#24 Jordan Nugent-Hallkins
December 14 2013, 11:40AM
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Just read they traded Barbie to Chicago for a pick? NHL app just said 'future considerations'.

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#25 tileguy
December 14 2013, 11:42AM
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perhaps now we have some wiggle room under the 50m contract level?

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#26 Gerald R. Ford
December 14 2013, 11:42AM
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My gut reaction was:

a) Kassian's a sack of crap b) I wish we had someone like him c) I miss Gator

This team is far too content with floating near the bottom of the pond, feeding off of detritus like Columbus, them swimming away as fast as they can when the big fish come by.

There's losing, and then there's being emasculated. I don't think this organization can tell the difference any more.

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#27 hemi
December 14 2013, 11:46AM
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I have been a fan since 1979. I have never in that entire time been so disgruntled, no let me reword that so there is no misunderstanding, PISSED-OFF at this organization as I am this year.

Like many other fans, my patience has all but dried up. Year after year, the same crap! Not even close to being a decent team. Bloody pathetic. The horrible world "rebuilding" is now associated to the word Oilers.

This team is in complete disarray and is it as clear as the nose on one's face, ownership is in denial. Management has proven to be ineffective and like the ownership, in denial.

Fans whom bleed Orange and Blue have been taken advantage off for far too long and the Oiler's Organization could not care less about it. Edmonton is without a NHL team and will not have one for years to come. Makes a person wonder what the hell did we do to deserve this.

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#28 MessyEH
December 14 2013, 11:47AM
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Jordan Nugent-Hallkins wrote:

Just read they traded Barbie to Chicago for a pick? NHL app just said 'future considerations'.

I am picturing the washer and dryer out of the locker room. Only way any of Chicago winning culture rubs off on our guys.

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#29 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:48AM
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-30- wrote:

What are they going to do about it? Nothing.

What can they do about it? Nothing.

Until the Oiler develop a team spirit they are a bunch of individual players playing for themselves.

They haven't done much this or the past few years to demonstrate that they are capable of sticking up for themselves.

They're an easy team to play. An easy team to beat. An easy team to intimidate.

-30-

But toe drags, we're all about the toe-drags.

So there's that.

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#30 Rama Lama
December 14 2013, 11:49AM
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I dreamt of this last night after watching the Oiler/Nuck game and think we should make a contest out of it at ON.

As the dream goes, the Oilers offer me a one game contract and I'm able to pick any opposition team to play against. I choose the Canucks. In period one, I go and hack and wack Daniel and his sister Henrik. I take too many penalties and the team is down two goals.

In the second period I go after the sister again, except this time I hit them at every opportunity and call them names. I feel much better but still something is lacking.

In the third period, I have had enough, Kassian skates by me and I taunt him. Next shift he goes into the corner and I spear him right in the "nards" and then slash him in the face........I get jumped by every Canucks player and can't stop laughing except all my team mates are now where to be seen.

Please if anyone from the Oilers are reading this, sign me to a one game contract so I can show the OIlers some passion and intensity!!!

Oh well, I'm glad it was only a one game contract I realize I'm not fit enough for Dallas.

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#31 risto siltanen's slapshot
December 14 2013, 11:50AM
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when they were players lowe and mac t knew what to do but as management and coaches they have forgotten. maybe they're protecting the future of the old boys club by making sure this team has all it's braincells 4 management cuz it sure ain't for competing in a HOCKEY game. give these players a tutu and let them try out for blades of steel. nooo, better not cuz struddie would kill them.

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#32 jeff340
December 14 2013, 11:51AM
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@Zamboni Driver

5'9" 180 lbs, Michael Liambas fought Macintyre a couple nights ago.

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#33 Oiler Al
December 14 2013, 11:52AM
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Johnnydapunk wrote:

Looks like we have seen the last of LaBarbera, he just got traded to Chicago for "future considerations" . That's one less contact on the books, I give a yay to that!

Also must mean that The Bryz is good to go, double yay !

Who is coming back... Toews?

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#34 MessyEH
December 14 2013, 11:52AM
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Zamboni Driver wrote:

Yeah. Gagner would have TOTALLY fought Kassian.

5'9" 180 vs. 6'3" 215.

woulda kicked his @ss too, right?

Be better than that. At least suggest something that involves MacIntyre.

You better check those weights junior. Gagner is a solid 195. His height is hobbit like but the kid is solid. I just wish he would learn to play with Acro 's desire.

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#35 Rondo
December 14 2013, 11:52AM
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Oilers are a good flag football team.

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#36 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:54AM
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@jeff340

Insightful. AHL matters.

Also.

How'd it go for whoever Liambas is? MacIntyre on the IR probably now, huh?

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#37 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 11:56AM
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@MessyEH

I stand corrected.

He DEFINITELY would woop Kassian.

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#38 Jerod
December 14 2013, 11:56AM
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Oilers have no more meaningful games left this season .

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#39 Gret99zky
December 14 2013, 12:01PM
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Someone in a previous thread posted this gem.

"The Oilers bring children to a knife fight."

Spot on.

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#40 Bucknuck
December 14 2013, 12:04PM
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Kick. His. A$$!!

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#41 camdog
December 14 2013, 12:08PM
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I actually feel sorry for Gags in this respect. When he was originally clubbed in the face by Kassian, noboby even stood up for him.Gags still has the dam cage on his face, Gags hasn't even had an opportunity to stand up for himself because his jaw is broken. If my friends stood by and did nothing and I got clubbed in the head, they wouldn't be my friends anymore...

As to Shanahan and the NHL's disiplinary you are a joke. As to what to do. Well I wouldn't just call up Big Mac, I would also call up a few others from the minors. The Oilers need to do what Garth Snow and the Islanders did to Pittsburgh. I don't know if it would the situation any better, but it sure would make me feel happy for once this season.

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#42 They're $hittie
December 14 2013, 12:08PM
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Zamboni Driver wrote:

Yeah. Gagner would have TOTALLY fought Kassian.

5'9" 180 vs. 6'3" 215.

woulda kicked his @ss too, right?

Be better than that. At least suggest something that involves MacIntyre.

Your way out to lunch,

Gagner is 5'11 202, if you dont believe it watch next time he is next to Eberle, the are the same height but gagner is much thicker.

Gagner has fought Kesler 6'2" 202 lbs and Beaucheman 6'0" 212 lbs. It is arguable that he won the kesler fight and even though he took a beating in the Beaucheman fight he held his own.

Do your homework, dont just spout off.

Gagner would kick your ass.

Be better than that.

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#43 Rod from Viking
December 14 2013, 12:10PM
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admiralmark wrote:

I got the ultimate Option #5:

Trade Gagner to the Canucks. Hahahahahaha jokes on them now!

For Kassian and then Omark for Bieksa.

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#44 Johnnydapunk
December 14 2013, 12:10PM
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Oiler Al wrote:

Who is coming back... Toews?

That's the rumour, apparently Oduya is also part of the package if we throw in Will Acton :-P

Just looked at the Hawks on capgeek, and for a Stanley Cup winning team who are on fire this year, they are weirdly thin in net. It kind of boggles the mind that they now have 2 former Oiler goalies in their roster now.

Looks like the Bulin wall experiment spectacularly failed (injured again, surprise...)

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#45 Zamboni Driver
December 14 2013, 12:11PM
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They're $hittie wrote:

Your way out to lunch,

Gagner is 5'11 202, if you dont believe it watch next time he is next to Eberle, the are the same height but gagner is much thicker.

Gagner has fought Kesler 6'2" 202 lbs and Beaucheman 6'0" 212 lbs. It is arguable that he won the kesler fight and even though he took a beating in the Beaucheman fight he held his own.

Do your homework, dont just spout off.

Gagner would kick your ass.

Be better than that.

Tell you what, I'll take advice from someone who a) can spell b) realizes "took a beating" and "held his own" are mutually exclusive.

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#46 David S
December 14 2013, 12:11PM
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Serious Gord wrote:

As I posted on another thread, I think that the oil mgmt was told not to let the team exact revenge on kassian. Ghosts of bertuzzi/Moore.

And until the game was in dead time nothing was attempted and the scrum that resulted ended with a whimper EVEN after kassians egregious words and gestures. This supports rather than weakens my theory.

As for revenge or perhaps vengeance in the next game, winning would be nice, but with the Canucks being as well coached as they are and the oilers being THE worst coached team in the league, that is highly unlikely.

Thus the best method would not to tackle Kassian directly but for a third liner to hack one of the sedins just below the knee causing ligament damage that requires surgery - season (and playoff) ending surgery. And moments after committing the act that same player should skate by the Canucks bench and point at kassian and mouth (not say) the word "payback".

Get serious, Gord.

Rather than bagging on a rookie coach (the easy way out) you might consider quality veteran players, a world class goalie, impeccable D and four lines that contribute every night might have something to do with Vancouver being a pretty decent team.

If you were one of those guys who was all over tanking for high draft picks, well you should know this current team is the result. No coach in the league could have this roster in the position to beat the Canucks any time soon.

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#47 David S
December 14 2013, 12:13PM
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They're $hittie wrote:

Your way out to lunch,

Gagner is 5'11 202, if you dont believe it watch next time he is next to Eberle, the are the same height but gagner is much thicker.

Gagner has fought Kesler 6'2" 202 lbs and Beaucheman 6'0" 212 lbs. It is arguable that he won the kesler fight and even though he took a beating in the Beaucheman fight he held his own.

Do your homework, dont just spout off.

Gagner would kick your ass.

Be better than that.

^ Re-posted for truth.

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#48 YFC Prez
December 14 2013, 12:19PM
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Zamboni Driver wrote:

Yeah. Gagner would have TOTALLY fought Kassian.

5'9" 180 vs. 6'3" 215.

woulda kicked his @ss too, right?

Be better than that. At least suggest something that involves MacIntyre.

Beauchemin 6'0 212

Dillon 6'2 210

Jokinen 6'3 215

Jack Johnson 6'1 231

Kessler 6'2 202

Some on samwises fights. I don't think it's a Kassian size issue more of a Gagner just had his jaw busted issue. Kassian is chirping a player he is fully aware can't fight right now. Based on Sams history , if his jaw were 100% he would be very welcome to a kassian fight.

I agree with you though Macintyre or Gazdic needs to do something terrible to Kassians face. What a chicken sh!t.

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#49 Johnnydapunk
December 14 2013, 12:29PM
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And to answer the original post on what to do with Kassian. I'm guessing that if anything remotely happens to him, it will be looked over and over and over by Shanny and his lady friends, so no matter what you do you're pooched.

If you are gonna do something, don't do it half assed, you look like a tit if you do that. If you succeed, do it well, if you fail, fail spectacularly, so I would hope that the Oil will make sure that Kassian has to keep his head on a swivel.

The thing is and maybe I am advocating violence in this sense, but all it takes is one questionable incident to put the fear in players. The key is to show that it is possible so it is in the back of their minds.

I hope the Oil just don't worry too much about letting up on their hits if it is a bit late or high, just let them know that they won't take sh*t and they are capable of committing a potentially suspendable offence.

The Nucks have done that already and that was why Kassian could do what he did, they also have a history of doing things like that.

Sometimes you need to do something extraordinary to make people notice, so they know what you can do, that you aren't afraid of the consequences.

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#50 DAVE
December 14 2013, 12:29PM
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@Bishai in the Benches

Your right, this team and organization for that matter has no self respect. Me, on the other hand, have been a fan since 79, do have a enough self respect not to go to anymore games. It might be a viral infection too. To bad nobody has a pharmacy when you need one.

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