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I know most of you have probably already seen this, but for those of you who said Cooke had it coming for the hit he put on Savard, you're right. Here's karma, in the form of a right hook from Evander Kane. enjoy

http://www.hockeyfights.com/fights/94177
 

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That's like a UFC lights-out knockout right there.
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Haha oh man, haven't seen a KO that crisp since Orr put Fedoryk out cold.

I didn't think Cooke had anything coming to him in particular for his hit on Savard, as quite a few other players have crossed the line as well, but how great was it that Cooke actually hunted Kane down to go after him only to get brutally KO'd. He should be thanking Kane for hanging onto his jersey, keeping his unconscious skull from bouncing off the ice. How embarrassing...

That's a great pic by the way.
 

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Looking at that again, you can clearly see that the punch missed, a masterful display of theatrics.
 

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Looking at that again, you can clearly see that the punch missed, a masterful display of theatrics.
what are you talking about? an Oscar nominee could not have faked it. it was a 100% KO. In fact, I think, Kane got Cooke the second time on the way down to seal the deal. That's why it took Cooke extra time to come to his senses. he, basically, was KO'ed twice, if you will.
 

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what are you talking about? an Oscar nominee could not have faked it. it was a 100% KO. In fact, I think, Kane got Cooke the second time on the way down to seal the deal. That's why it took Cooke extra time to come to his senses. he, basically, was KO'ed twice, if you will.
I think he was being sarcastic.
 

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what are you talking about? an Oscar nominee could not have faked it. it was a 100% KO. In fact, I think, Kane got Cooke the second time on the way down to seal the deal. That's why it took Cooke extra time to come to his senses. he, basically, was KO'ed twice, if you will.
he was kidding, look at his earlier comment.
 

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So who is the next guy to go after Kane after a dominating fight like this?
I'll say Byron Bitz early in the season. He played seven games with the Panthers this season, probably wants to prove something to his team mates next season. I've never seen the guy win a fight before, but he'd probably do it to stand up for someone after a big hit.
 

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my bad then as I did not read through the whole post... I just hate Cooke so much like he personally did something to me.
 

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So who is the next guy to go after Kane after a dominating fight like this?
I would love to see him and Chris Stewart, or Wayne Simmonds go. All great, and young power forwards. Odds of it happening are slim to none though being that they play out west. But I wouldn't be surprised to see him fight Downie.
 

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So who is the next guy to go after Kane after a dominating fight like this?
is there a reason to go after Kane who punished a guy nearly everyone in the league hates? to establish some sort of a domination in the league or something? I don't think Kane wanted to do anything: Cooke got what was coming to him from the least suspected opponent. I mean, anyone can go after anyone in any given game. do you, guys, think that players actually plan in off-season who they are going after next season? even in the days of goons policing the ice it was never the case unless retribution was on order for prior misbehavior.
 

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is there a reason to go after Kane who punished a guy nearly everyone in the league hates? to establish some sort of a domination in the league or something? I don't think Kane wanted to do anything: Cooke got what was coming to him from the least suspected opponent. I mean, anyone can go after anyone in any given game. do you, guys, think that players actually plan in off-season who they are going after next season? even in the days of goons policing the ice it was never the case unless retribution was on order for prior misbehavior.
I'm not saying they go after him because of fighting Cooke or that they will plan it. What I was asking is who will want to fight him after his impressive KO.
 

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is there a reason to go after Kane who punished a guy nearly everyone in the league hates? to establish some sort of a domination in the league or something? I don't think Kane wanted to do anything: Cooke got what was coming to him from the least suspected opponent. I mean, anyone can go after anyone in any given game. do you, guys, think that players actually plan in off-season who they are going after next season? even in the days of goons policing the ice it was never the case unless retribution was on order for prior misbehavior.
Lol my man you're misinterpretting every sentence on this thread!
 

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Lol my man you're misinterpretting every sentence on this thread!
maybe partially... even still, I somewhat relayed the opinion that, in this league, anyone can go after anyone at any given point in a game. there's always another tough guy out there on some other team.

was it a rhetorical question, in essence then? in that case, it is pointless.
 

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my bad then as I did not read through the whole post... I just hate Cooke so much like he personally did something to me.
maybe partially... even still, I somewhat relayed the opinion that, in this league, anyone can go after anyone at any given point in a game. there's always another tough guy out there on some other team.

was it a rhetorical question, in essence then? in that case, it is pointless.
Maybe you should start doing that. It would lead to a lot less confusion on both sides. I was simply asking who people thought would be the next guy to fight Kane after his impressive KO and yet you bring up all these points that have nothing to do with my question.
 
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