Ian Laperriere weighs in on the mandatory visor debate and also gives his thoughts on the Chris Pronger's eye injury. 10/25/2011
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When you saw that. What runs through your mind is as someone who's been a victim of that -- -- you know I knew isn't good when you see again like Chris Pronger who's known to be one of the toughest guy in the league that. Scared off and what scares me the most was like. I mean see any blood you know I knew He had was hit because usually when it happened to me was bunch of blood and for prongs there were anybody out there and that. Like this since I was up there in the press -- -- and scream Manuel is really bad yet when when you look at it again and there's no penalty on the play. Nor should there have been one is in the -- -- keys stick comes up off a shot so it's an errant. Flip of the stick. My my only college that you know I know we're talking about visor and we knew we gonna talk about that for a while because of this but I'm not -- -- it would help them. Because they won from out there and it'd stick -- them we'll never know with us as just speculation right now but. Is -- -- they would have went under under shielded. Well from a player's perspective may -- fingers in what YY one shield. What does it affect -- -- life. For me hopefully you know I did then I'm the only person can feel about wearing a -- I -- they junior would issue. But I came professionally Beckett and I start fighting start to be a physical play Aaron. For me it was a natural thing and I said that before you know is like. And He wanted to show anything although with the million division come -- you get you can just has more to do -- to stop play -- play you know I. Missed physical player I fight and I wanted to take advantage and had a guy you know I think if you -- should get an advantage juniors that are fighting for me it was like more like. -- -- man thing I guess it's stupid many of them but that's the way maybe that thing the way I was thinking me me me -- -- played that well that's the way you.