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11-17-2005, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by norrisnick
Probert had a doozy in '87-'88 with 29 goals 33 assists and 398 PIMs. (I believe he also picked up the Red Wings' playoff scoring record that season with 21 points in 16 games. It has since been bested).

Also Tkachuk, Shanahan, and Stevens(Kevin) have all achieved the 50+ goals 200+ PIMs mark. Shanahan, Stevens, and Tocchet hit the 100+ points 200+ PIMs mark. (Stevens and Shanny hit 50+ goals 100+ points 200+ goals the powerforward trifecta.)
Probert with a 460 -- very impressive. And if you added a third category to the slugging average/intimidation quotient -- arrests -- Probert would probably win hands down.

Shanny, Stevens and Tocchet worthy editions to the list. Brian Sutter came close 46 goals and 254 PIMs for the Blues in '82-'83. Also noticed Ken Linesman in '81-'82 -- 275 PIMs and 92 points -- not bad for a guy of his size.

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