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Paul Stewart
Joined: 10.14.2013

Jan 21 @ 11:31 AM ET
Paul Stewart: The Stew: Sticks, Stones, Hands and Bones
shoreorrpark
Boston Bruins
Joined: 04.03.2016

Jan 22 @ 7:00 PM ET
Paul, please relate the story of you and a teammate slugging it out during practice.
I would greatly appreciate it.
Wingsfan61
Detroit Red Wings
Location: Westland, MI
Joined: 05.09.2008

Jan 27 @ 6:28 PM ET
Paul, agree 100% about Mark Stone. The quintessential team player. Would love to have him on my team, the Red Wings. As an avid reader of western novels, he compares to the ranch hand who would do anything for the betterment of ranch(team). He is what is known as a rider for the brand. One day, I can see him being a captain of the Golden Knights, or whomever he plays for in the future.
shoreorrpark
Boston Bruins
Joined: 04.03.2016

Jan 28 @ 2:04 PM ET
Paul, agree 100% about Mark Stone. The quintessential team player. Would love to have him on my team, the Red Wings. As an avid reader of western novels, he compares to the ranch hand who would do anything for the betterment of ranch(team). He is what is known as a rider for the brand. One day, I can see him being a captain of the Golden Knights, or whomever he plays for in the future.
- Wingsfan61

He rides for the brand. No doubt about it.
He'd be a top hand in any man's outfit.