Sure, I shouldn't hold it against him personally, but man - the numbe of times he would just have someone skate by and do nothing...in the game at least.
Marty McSorley was always underrated. Part of the reason Gretzky was able to be Gretzky is because McSorley would keep the other team in check whenever someone tried to take a run at Gretzky. Something you don't see as much these days - 80 times, a player has had more than 300 PIMs in a season, and only three of those have happened since 2000.
Tim and Kirk lead the league in wins with each getting 38 (Roy had 36, just behind them).