There is a code, but it often gets broken, even by tough guys.
Fact is, if I was coaching Chicago, I would instruct every fighter on my team to try and engage Torres as often as possible during the game. Same thing next game. Don't know if I'd instruct anyone to "paralyze" him, but I'd by no means lay off him just because he fought last night.
Make it a recurring thing for Torres to fight. He's a sack of garbage who has hardly learned his lesson based on how many times he's been suspended. I hate Hossa, but that's what I think about this type of incident.
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