The Dave Schultz Award
"The Hammer" is presented to the league's biggest badass/protector/bully as determined by the amassing of penalties in minutes.
Dave "The Hammer" Schultz was the most notable enforcer on the 1970's Philadelphia Flyers teams infamously nicknamed the "Broad Street Bullies". The Bullies' style changed the way the game was played in the 70s, when intimidation became a legitimate game tactic, resulting in two Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975. Schultz holds the NHL record for penalty minutes in a season, with 472.
Connor Murphy (HAV) takes home the honors for Most PIMs (109). He narrowly beat out Shea Weber (NS) with 108 who played in 14 less games. Third runner-up was two time winner Dion Phaneuf (CGY) with 105.