The 10 Greatest Examples of Hockey-Tough

Paul McCounContributor IJanuary 12, 2010

The 10 Greatest Examples of Hockey-Tough

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#10—Darrly Sydor: No Pain, No Gain

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#9—Dave Semenko: Bored with NHL Players Fights Muhammed Ali

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#8—Paul Kariya: Off the Floor, On the Board

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#7—Jeremy Roenick: Sticks and Elbows May Break My Bones…

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#6—Scott Stevens: I Got Hurt When?

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#5—Mario Lemieux: Comeback With a Vengeance

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#4—Clint Malarchuk: Near Death Experience Not About to Slow Him Down

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#3—Charlie Gardiner: Dying Goaltender Gives Blackhawks Their First Cup

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#2—Bobby Baun: Score Overtime Winner on Broken Ankle

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#1—Maurice Richard: The Definition of Hockey-Tough

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