Utter the name Ulf Samuelsson anywhere around Boston, and you're sure to hear a colorful selection of words suggesting all manner of horrific things that ought to befall the former Pittsburgh Penguin. That's because Samuelsson injured Cam Neely on a check in Game 3 of the Conference Finals, which alone would make him a notorious villain. However, it was his blatant hit on the same spot in Game 6 that caused Neely to develop the knee problems that would ultimately end his career. While Neely would continue to play for five more years, he'd only participate in a total of 162 contests, an average of fewer than 33 per season.
17. Ulf Samuelsson intentionally hits Cam Neely in Neely's already-injured knee.