Satire Argument's Hockey

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Fighting is an archaic, barbaric tactic that not only does more harm than good, but no longer serves a purpose in today’s NHL. This is according to Noah Bonner, author of How to solve the NHL’s fighting (and concussion) problem. He tries to sway modern fans of the game by using a witty, ironic, satirical argument that insists fighting is still in intrical part of the game. He argues not only that any connections between fighting and head-related injuries are a hoax, but that the NHL should, in fact, crank the violence back up to the levels it was before. Bonner begins to use satire from the start, using an ironic tone to describe what’s wrong with the NHL. Most articles or news stories you read about problems in the NHL will most likely

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