Probert had a few.
Originally Posted by Broons66
For me it would be Bob Probert
, 87-88. 398 pims, 62 points. At the time, the league had a tv contract with ESPN, and I'd make sure to catch any of those great Norris Division matchups. Probably the greatest time for physical hockey, every team had 3-4 guys who could fight on their rosters.
Probert had several that I thought he was very dominant. The amazing thing about him though was that he could play hockey and was a top notch player as well. Image spending 300-400 minutes in the box and still producing first line points! That's one of the things that made him unique!
"IF THERE IS A PROBLEM ON THE ICE, I FIX IT!"
DAVE BROWN, PHILADELPHIA FLYERS.
LET'S BRING BACK "OLD TIME HOCKEY", SO EVERYONE CAN REMEMBER WHEN!