When you think Colton Orr, you think fighting, bruising and grinding. And that's exactly what he wants you to think.
NHL Players voted Orr as the toughest fighter in the NHL (Sports Illustrated poll) and for a good reason. Orr knows when to fight and he's good at winning them.
Burke signed Orr to a 4-year, 4 million dollar deal before this past season, so that he could have that bottom 6 fighter. On a Burke style team, players like Orr are important, mostly because having the toughest fighter in the league will keep your teams star players safe.
Orr's fights will bring an electricity to the team and will spark them when they need sparking.. Hopefully.
Notably, Orr notched an NHL career high 6 PTS (4 G - 2 A) this season.
The 4th line can be very underestimated and under-appreciated, but as we have seen in these NHL playoffs, the teams with the lineups that have a 4th line that is effective have more playoff success.