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Eliminating fighting would render it extinct." Burke went another step further in surmising that fighting makes the game safer. "Our game is improved tremendously by players ability to police the game," he added. "It makes it more exciting and honourable. It allows skill players to focus on the skilled aspects of the game because someone else can watch their back. And it fundamentally makes our game safer." Burke added that there are three levels of protection for players in the current NHL with the leagues Department of Player Safety as the last level, the on-ice officials as the second level and peer accountability as the first and longest standing. "This was the first level of protection when we opened our doors more than 100 years ago. It still is. And that is as it should be," he wrote. "The first line of defense against players crossing the line is players." However, the long-time NHL executive did provide two premises about the reduction of fighting and the legitimate safety concerns that go with it.  "First, the role and amount of fighting in hockey has been systematically reduced over the last 20 years. Thats a good thing," added Burke. "Second, a guy like me who supports fighting is not saying to ignore the medical consequences. I care deeply about my players." Karl-Anthony Towns Jersey . -- A lawyer for the fiancee of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez asked a judge Friday to throw out perjury charges, saying Shayanna Jenkins did not wilfully lie as she was bombarded with 1,630 questions over two days before a grand jury. Nikola Pekovic Timberwolves Jersey .S.-Cuba relations means baseball prospects get off the island and into the major leagues without payoffs to smugglers and threats from kidnappers, its hard to see the downside. http://www.thetimberwolvesteamshop.com/ . 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"Hes good at seeing some weaknesses at people and he tried to exploit them," he said. "Today you could see him do it. You could see what he was trying to do. I dont know if its that easy at the plate, but, from afar, when youre sitting back, you could see him do it." Ellsbury also scored twice and drove in a run for the AL East-leaders. David Ortiz, who snapped an 0-for-23 stretch with a two-run single in Fridays win, went 2 for 4 with a walk and an RBI in Bostons 15-hit attack. It was the 11th straight game Bostons pitchers have held an opponent to three or fewer runs, matching the best since April of 1988. According to Elias Sports Bureau, its the most since 12 in a row in 1915. "Im certainly happy I wasnt the one to end it," Peavy said, smiling. Chicago, last in the AL Central, had won 10 of 12 before dropping the first two of a three-game series against Boston. Boston broke open a tie game with three runs in the fourth against John Danks (4-11), and then scored again in the fifth. Andrew Wiggins Jersey. That was more than enough for Peavy. "I dont think Jake can be any more amped up than he is in any game," Danks said. "He looked like typical Jake. He had a pretty good game plan and stuck to it. Thats why hes had the success hes had over how many years hes played. Hes certainly one of the best thats played." Ellsburys tiebreaking ground-rule double gave the Red Sox a 3-2 lead. Dustin Pedroia then drove in run with a groundout before Ortiz lined an RBI single to left. Rookie Xander Bogaerts, regarded as one of the top prospects in baseball, added an RBI single in the fifth that made it 6-2. Danks gave up six runs, five earned, and 11 hits over five innings. He had won his previous two starts, allowing only two runs in 14 innings. "I knew I had to be good and simply wasnt," he said. "Jake did what he has to do with a lead." The Red Sox had grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first on Mike Napolis RBI single. Chicago tied it on Alejandro De Azas run-scoring groundout. 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