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Boogaard vs. Scott

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Who would win if these two went toe to toe on the ice?

I'll take Scott.

He seems to have alot more craft and his short jabs with his left while holding on to the jersey punishes guys. Boogaard has a mean uppercut though.

Who would you take?

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Give Scott another year or so in the league and I think that he could take the title. Right now I think that Boogaard has the advantage in fighting experience.

Good article in the Stribune about Scott this morning.

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I think Boogaard would kill him. Scott has better balance than Boogaard but his punches aren't as effective as Boogaard's. If Boogy hits the guy, they are done. Give Scott a year of boxing lessons and it may be a different story.

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It's hard to say in one fight - Scott could definitely win one. Boogie would likely beat him 7 or 8 times out of 10 probably.

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BOOGAARD all the wway!

Last summer at my hockey camp he came to work out with us and that guy is TANK!

you wouldnt belive how strong this guy is

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In a scrap right now Boogard!! but for all around Scott at least he can play a semi regular shift. The refs don't have a boner for him yet like Boogard.

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The Wild re-signed Scott to a 1 year 1 way contract for $550,000. Boogaard will have to step it up next year to keep his job.

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We don't need either one now. We'll have a New coach, American players and a fast paced mid 80's Edmonton Oiler high scoring style of Hockey now that DR and JL are gone....think of all the free agents that will want to come here now..... LOL.

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I just hope they don't settle for mediocrity like the other MN teams.

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Boogie takes him pretty easily at this point. I kind of remember an article where Scott said he doesn't really know how to fight all that well and plans on taking some boxing lessons.

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Boogie takes him pretty easily at this point. I kind of remember an article where Scott said he doesn't really know how to fight all that well and plans on taking some boxing lessons.

Maybe Scott will attend Boogie's summer fighting camp... grin

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