The Pacific Division’s Most Hated Players

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Calgary Flames

Apr 6, 2013; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward Tom Sestito (29) and Calgary Flames forward Brian McGrattan (16) fight during the first period at Rogers Arena. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

God I wish Jarome Iginla was still in Calgary.

The Flames are a team in middle of a rebuild, full of fresh young faces and veteran leaders. Because this team is in the midst of change it is hard to establish someone as a hated player.

However, one name that stands out among the Flames roster is Brian McGrattan. McGrattan is an established NHL enforcer that has dropped the gloves over 60 times in his career and that is pretty much all he has going for him.

He has only been apart of the Flames for about half a season but at 6’4″ and 235-pounds there is no doubt that he is the fists and grit amongst the guys in Calgary.

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  • Maxwell Townsend

    This article is poop. With the exception of the flames you just picked really good star players. You just personally hate them because they play well and play against your team often. I like how you omit the fact that the yakupov goal was to tie the game with 4.6 seconds left in the game, he’s in his rookie season and he just scored a huge goal. He’s allowed to be a bit too exuberant

  • Alyssa

    Why do you call the article “Most hated PLAYERS” and then go on to name teams?

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  • Big Pin

    Burrows? Really? Over Kesler? Wow, methinks you’ve missed most of the recent LA Vancouver matchups. Other than the odd bite, Burr plays with a boatload of integrity. And Mason Raymond? The guy has never dove or cheap shotted once in his career; take it easy on the li’l guy, he’s just light on his skates is all. Too bad Lapierre’s gone or you would have had an instant shoo in, but it’s really gotta be Kesler now, no? (also, Bieksa is a king among men, and should have been invited to the Olympic camp)