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The all-time leader in NHL penalty minutes, Tiger Williams was a valuable member of any team that he played for. He was chosen 31st overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1974 and played four seasons for them. In that time, he became a fan favourite for his flying fists and for his goal celebration of riding his stick down the ice! He had 3,966 PIMs during the regular season with an additional 455 PIMs during the playoffs. However, he averaged over 20 goals a season and had his best season in Vancouver in 1980-1981 with 35 goals and 27 assists. After four and a half seasons with the Canucks, Williams spent the next four seasons in Detroit, Los Angeles and Hartford before retiring in 1988. Tiger Williams is now a very successful entrepreneur as well as spending time with Maple Leafs alumni.