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Pats Single Season Playoff Records: PIM

rank name season gp pim
1 Crawford, Jeff 1981-82 19 169
2 Ziegler, Barry 1979-80 19 147
3 Sorenson, Glen 1979-80 19 129
4 Tuer, Al 1981-82 13 117
t-5 Balfour, Murray 1955-56 29 97
t-5 Pascal, Brent 1981-82 16 97
7 Butcher, Garth 1981-82 19 95
8 Garwasiuk , Ron 1968-69 26 91
9 Langstrom, Bud 1979-80 22 90
t-10 Cummins, Barry 1968-69 26 89
t-10 Laird, Rob 1973-74 19 89
12 Centrone, Marc 1981-82 18 88
13 Gilbertson, Stan 1964-65 22 83
14 Markwart, Nevin 1981-82 20 82
15 Trotz, Barry 1981-82 20 79
16 Byers, Lyndon 1983-84 23 78
17 King, Al 1950-51 28 77
t-18 Gilbertson, Stan 1963-64 19 68
t-18 Hicke, Ernie 1966-67 16 68
t-20 Schneider, Tony 1951-52 22 66
t-20 Sauve, Joe 1951-52 22 66
22 Berenson, Gord 1957-58 28 65
23 Gresdal, Gary 1963-64 18 64
t-24 Schneider, Tony 1950-51 25 63
t-24 Wells, Bryan 1985-86 10 63
26 Goertz, Dave 1981-82 19 61
t-27 Statz, John 1968-69 26 60
t-27 Butcher, Garth 1980-81 11 60
29 Huck, Fran 1963-64 19 58
30 Livingston, Kelly 1980-81 11 56

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