A lot of leaving his feet.
The one where he kills havlat is insane. Havlats just lying there dead as **** on the ice and there's skates going by him because they're still fighting for the puck
It`s also about how you make a hit. 90% of those is a clean back/shoulder to shoulder/chest. By jumping one inch higher he sometimes actually helps it to be clean.
Not to mention it`s all about the motion. He`s what? 190lbs? If you`re not built like a tank, speeding up and turning, of course you`re going to leave your feet. That`s physics. Every hit is different although they do look the same from a distance. The only questionable for me is #1, hit on Havlat. Both Havlat being that low and Kronwall going right at him and jumping made it look really bad.
Last edited by Getzo5; 02-20-2012 at 13:50.
By and large though, I think he is one of the better and cleaner hitters in the game.
I figured this would be the best place for this. We are in it a little, some good moments and some bad ones.