I picked 1990 because that is when I became a diehard fan No particular order in my case Wendel Clark-A true Crusher who took on all comers and could also score threw one of the best bodychecks I have ever seen when he nailed Bruce Bell behind the net in STL. A cult hero in Toronto for good reason. Cam Neely-Should make the HOF probably wont was the pattern for the modern Power forward. Only saying that because most of us on this site never saw Gordie play. Rick Tocchet-True Warrior who I saw score two goals for Pittsburgh while he had a broken jaw and in Warrior fashion he didnt wear a full shield he only had a football like faceguard protecting the Jaw. A ferocious fighter who had a great battle wit Bob Probert that featured plenty of punches and headbutts from both guys. Gary Roberts- Still playing and still playing old school Ken Daneyko-When I think about Old School D men who play the game rough and are a pain in the ass to play against Daneyko is one of the first guys to come to mind. Scott Stevens-Only got to enjoy him in STL for one season but he is still one of my favorite players. Most peop;e know him for his famous open ice hits that could cover a whole thread of there own, but he could also throe em pretty good and did so early in his career. Also he scored a lot of points played solid D and should have won a Norris trophy in my opinion. Brendan Shanahan-Ironically getting Shanahan cost the Blues Stevens. Shanny is still a Power Forward that is feared when the game gets Physical even though he plays for the hated Wings. His fight card includes the likes of McSorley and Probert so he is legit tough with the mitts off. While he played with the Blues he had some goot tilts with Derian Hatcher who is now his teammate with the hated Wings. Mark Tinordi-A hard nosed D-man who could take care of the physical stuff, when he was with the Stars he had some great bouts with Robert Dirk and Sergio Momesso who were Blues players at the time. Kevin Stevens-I dont know much about him but I do know that he had some yearws with awesome stats 50 plus goals 100 points and 200 PIM's I am looking forward to input from Penguin fans. Dale Hunter- I know that I am going to take some heat for this one but the 1000 points and either 2000 or 3000 PIM's (no stat book in front of me) tells me that Dale needs to be on this list. Dave Manson-The young dave Manson that played in Chicago definatly needs to be on this list he scored enough points to make an all star team or two would throw visious body checks and would hold his own in the fight dept as well. He and Scott Stevens had a famous scrap in the Old Chicago stadium in 1990-91 when they ent to center ice during a line brawl and manson got the better of Stevens cutting him pretty good. The list I am sure is far from complete I left off a lot of old guys and have non of the current guys like Iginla who truly seems to be a throwback. This should lead to some interesting and fun discussion during this regretfully dead time for us Hocke fans.