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Professional hockey's all-time penalty minute leaders

Professional hockey's all-time penalty minute leaders (player, years played, leagues and total; x-denotes active players):

1. Dennis Bonvie, 1993-2008, NHL-AHL, 4,804; 2. Kevin Evans, 1985-2000, IHL-CHL-ECHL-WPHL-NHL, 4,419; x-3. Jason Clarke, 1993-2008, CoHL-ECHL-WPHL-CHL-LNAH, 4,174; 4. Dave (Tiger) Williams, 1974-1988, NHL-AHL-CHL, 4,172; 5. Tie Domi, 1989-2006, NHL-AHL, 4,019; 6. Rob Ray, 1988-2004, NHL-AHL, 4,014; 7. Trevor Senn, 1991-2005, ECHL-IHL-AHL-UHL, 3,993; x-8. Roger Maxwell, 1996-2008, ECHL-IHL-AHL-WPHL-CHL-WCHL-LNAH, 3,960; 9. Tim Hunter, 1980-1997, CHL-AHL-NHL, 3,887; 10. John Brophy, 1950-1973, EHL/IHL, 3,839.

Source: Brian Coe, director of communications, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins

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