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by Paul on 11/21/06 at 06:09 PM ET
"If you can't skate and play, you just stopped your team from having four lines," Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said Tuesday. The Wings, as a result, don't have a traditional enforcer. "The league's flying out there," Babcock said from Detroit. "And if you think you can play three lines, I think you're wrong. I myself could be wrong, but I don't think you can. I think your players all should be able to contribute." Are the Wings worried when they face a opposing team with an enforcer? Not really. Just ask Laraque, the NHL's most feared fighter. "Teams are discovering that if you don't have a fighter, it doesn't matter," said Laraque. "If you play a team with a fighter, even though your team doesn't have one, does it matter? What's he going to do? Who's he going to fight?..."read on
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