Jeff Beukeboom, New York Rangers It’s right there in the name.
Beukeboom was the enforcer and heavy hitter for the 1994 New York Rangers team that won the Stanley Cup, giving players like Adam Graves and Brian Leetch some protection on the ice.
Beukeboom won three Stanley Cup titles in his career and finished his playing days with nearly 1,900 penalty minutes in 804 games.
Cam Neely, Boston Bruins Neely was one of the few tough guys that also could score—he had nearly 400 goals in 726 career games—but Neely also knew how to deliver a major hit.
Bobby Orr, Boston Bruins Orr is considered to be one of the best players in NHL history, but he also was one of the toughest.