Raffi Torres referred to his brutal hit on Marian Hossa as a 'hockey play', and in all honestly, someone with so many horrendous hits under their belt could be jaded enough to truly believe it was just a typical playoff move.
Believed to be one of the NHL's dirtiest players, Torres can now consider himself under the 'repeat offender' category. Here's a look at all the danger he's caused throughout the NHL:
This one earned Torres an initial warning, even though it most likely deserved a suspension rather than a slight slap on the wrist.
A fine was given for his hit on Jan Hejda.
Torres received a suspension for this hit. And you better bet folks, it doesn't end here.
Blackhawks fans sure can't forget his hit on Brent Seabrook one year ago, which went unpunished, by the way.
And if we go all the way back to 2007, this hit earned him a nice little fine.
Tuesday night's hit on Marian Hossa just added to his long list of dirty hits.