FOXSports.com takes a look back on some of the league's top tough guys who battled it out all year to try. The fearless players stood up for themselves and their teammates on a nightly basis, sometimes beating the snot out of their opponents and sometimes taking a licking to help their squad keep on ticking. Throughout the 2010-11 season, the NHL Tough Guy Tracker spotlighted those unique players and some of their best scraps. In this final installment, read on to find out who was voted the toughest of the tough. — Punch Imback
Colton Orr, Toronto Maple Leafs
Players in the NHL don't come any tougher than Toronto's Colton Orr. The Maple Leafs' enforcer didn't back down from any challenges or challengers during the season, racking up seven wins in 13 fights against some of the league's toughest customers.
Shawn Thornton, Adam McQuaid and Gregory Campbell, Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins slugged it out 71 times during the regular season. Shawn Thornton, Adam McQuaid (pictured) and Gregory Campbell took part in more than half of those battles for the Northeast Division winners with Thornton throwing down in 14, McQuaid 12 and Campbell 11.
Cam Janssen and B.J. Crombeen, St. Louis Blues
Cam Janssen and B.J. Crombeen (pictured) were a lethal one-two punch for St. Louis, dropping the gloves a combined 34 times during the regular season. Janssen loved to give Blues' fans their money's worth, rocking a visiting foe 11 times during the year. Crombeen was the team's road warrior, taking part in nine fights in 40 out-of-town contests.
Deryk Engelland, Pittsburgh Penguins
Pittsburgh's Deryk Engelland was one of the toughest players to beat in a fight this past season. The Edmonton native went 10-2-1 in 13 bouts during the year for the Penguins, dropping the gloves eight times at home and five on the road.
Cody McCormick, Buffalo Sabres
Buffalo tough guy Cody McCormick used his hands for more than punching this past season. The 6-foot-3, 221-pound pivot registered career-best numbers in goals (8), assists (12), points (20), penalty minutes (142), games played (81) and fights (16) for the Sabres, squaring off 10 times at home and six times on the road.
Jared Boll and Derek Dorsett, Columbus Blue Jackets
Jared Boll and Derek Dorsett (pictured) made the Columbus Blue Jackets a tough team to play against this season. No dynamic duo in the league combined to drop the gloves more than Boll and Dorsett, as the two pugilists fought a league-high 40 times during the year. Boll took on the opposition 23 times, while Dorsett traded punches on 17 occasions.
Kyle Clifford, Los Angeles Kings
The Kings' Kyle Clifford proved to be the toughest rookie in the NHL during the 2010-11 regular season. The rugged 20-year-old forward finished with the fourth-most fights in the league, posting a 9-3-6 record in 18 fights during his freshman campaign.
Brandon Prust, New York Rangers
Without Brandon Prust's hands-on contributions, the Rangers would have never qualified for the postseason this year. The tough-as-nails winger established career-highs in goals (13), assists (16), points (29), games played (82) and shots (87), while finishing fifth in the NHL in fighting majors (18). Prust picked up 11 wins in his 18 scraps, going 6-0-0 in his first six scuffles of the year.
Zenon Konopka, New York Islanders
Zenon Konopka gave Islanders' fans plenty to cheer about during the year, knocking knuckles with Coliseum visitors a team-leading 12 times. In the last two years, Konopka has been a busy man, taking part in 58 fights in a 156 games, including 25 this past season.
George Parros, Anaheim Ducks
After finishing ninth in the NHL with 20 fights last season, Anaheim's George Parros took his toughness to another level this year, dropping the mitts a league-leading 27 times. The Ducks' ruffian was particularly rough on his opponents on the road, going one-on-one away from The Pond 16 times, which also happened to be a league high.