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We went through a long stretch of time with a lot of open wounds on our hands, so-- and I do remember a lot of times after a game we'd have practice the next morning and we would have to figure out a way to get our glove on because our wounds were wide open.
The sweat would actually get into our wounds and burn. Joe Kocur is from the days back when there were enforcers, guys whose job it was to get their hands bloody.
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I was a young guy and Jim Kyte was on the ice and was ready to face off.
Do what you think's right." And when the puck dropped, I went after him.
I happened to catch him with a couple pretty good ones and that ended the night.
I was scared when I hit him, because I'd hit him so hard and his head had hit the ice and I was worried that he may have been hurt permanently or something. Sometimes you didn't go after him right away, because it changed him as a hockey player. He's looking over his shoulder, worried about getting what's going to happen to him, and you may wait a game or two and let him just be on the ice and be unsure of what's going on.
Now, sometimes somebody did something during the game that would deserve retaliation, would deserve enforcing, but other stuff needed to happen during the game. You didn't have time to get into a fight, and so you would kind of file that away in your head and wait until you saw them on the ice the next time. I think one of the keys to being an enforcer and intimidating other players is the unknown.