threw 99% rights in his career but they were pretty ferocious so why mess with a left unless it's to get a guy to let go of your right!
Wilson was an outstanding fighter in almost every way but he wasn't Probert. probert gets the edge for switching hands by a wide margin and a slight edge for hand speed in my opinion.
I do have Big behn at number 2 all time though, he had the edge on Brownie in a few categories, more tools in the box, so to speak but it's close.
You're talking about 3 of the best hockey fighters ever though so having any of them at number 1, 2 , or 3 isn't really "wrong".