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Video- Who’s The Dirtiest Player In The NHL According To Some Swedes?

Sport Bladet (not translated) asked some of the Swedish players in the NHL who was the dirtiest NHL player. 

Majority rules, Matt Cooke with Lucic, Ott and a few other names mentions.

The video is in Swedish but the answers can be heard quite clearly.


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shanetx's avatar

Ott was brought up by Louie Eriksson, a former teammate for a lot of years in Dallad, who went on to clarify he thought he was actually more ugly than dirty. 

Just to hit a few more…  Karlsson agreed with Cooke, Landeskog said Doug Murray, kinda jokingly.  Murray picked Chris Neil.  Kronners talked about Avery for a bit, Z nominated Kronwall, and I don’t remember the rest very well (watched last night with wife translating).  The interesting thing for me, here, is several were picking guys who I wouldn’t classify as dirty as much unsportsmanlike (Avery, Ott) and I don’t recall hearing Rafi Torres name mentioned.  I don’t remember Rafi Torres being mentioned, as unlikely as that sounds.

Posted by shanetx from Floydada, Texas on 10/02/13 at 03:25 PM ET

Gary A$$ SUCK !!'s avatar

I think Henke Lundqvist will have a career as a politician or diplomat after his hockey career?

Posted by Gary A$$ SUCK !! from Fort Myers, Florida on 10/02/13 at 07:00 PM ET

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