I'm not even sure Zidlicky is a lock at #6. I'd almost go with Skrastins and Eaton at 6/7. There was a bit there when Eaton was on the first pair with Timonen, and Skrastins was the iron man. If anything i'd say it's between Skrastins and Zids for #7 and Eaton is more of a lock.
Rinne vs Vokoun is difficult. Rinne I think is more naturally talented, and just a freak of nature, he seems to be more steady and more consistent on a game-to-game basis. Vokoun make more spectacular saves and even though there were times when you could count on him letting in a soft goal once a game, there were also times when you absolutely knew that no puck was going to be getting past him.
The enforcer, there have been so many. Tootoo easily gets the nod if taking a regular shift is the main factor. Hordichuk if fighting skill is the main factor. If a hulking, physically intimidating presence is the main factor then you've got some good candidates in Cote, Grimson, McKenzie or Belak (why is he listed at D?)
As for the point of the thread, I would probably take McGrattan as best enforcer if we're talking strictly the ability to fight and play rough. That guy would throw some bombs. Belak would be a close second if only for his KO of Brashear.
Vokoun would be my starter. Rinne is close, but I still take Vokoun right now.