Ranking the Dirtiest Plays of the 2015-16 NHL Season so Far

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Ranking the Dirtiest Plays of the 2015-16 NHL Season so Far
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The NHL season has had relatively few truly dirty plays during the 2015-16 season, but their severity has been substantial and cost several quality players extended injury time.

The suspensions began early—October 5, 2015 for Raffi Torres—and have continued through the weeks of this season. Bad blood between teams for earlier infractions, bad decisions made in the heat of a moment and illegal actions from known outlaws all make the list.

Here are the dirtiest plays—ranked by punishment doled out after the fact—of the 2015-16 season so far.

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