Dave Schultz was one of the meanest, toughest players to ever lace ‘em up in the NHL. The guy still holds the NHL record for most penalty minutes in a season with 472.

Fans always gravitate to men like him, and considering he played during the Broad Street Bullies era, you can only imagine how popular he was. So beloved, in fact, that he agreed to record a song called “Penalty Box.”

Was your first thought “Oh no”? It should’ve been.

If only the internet had been around during those days so that every fan of opposing teams could respond to any positive Schultz comments by passing along this track.

I’d like to send my admiration to “All Pro Associates, Inc.” for getting a grown man to do this, presumably without using any form of torture.

From Reddit Hockey user “error9000,” and uploaded by “BalooRJ,” here’s the power forward’s delightful little ditty.

No wonder the guy had to fight so much.

Comments (1)

  1. It’s already stuck in my head

    I can see how landing a few good ones on Schultz would be a sufficient way to rid the ol’ noggin of the incessant “baby…how looooong…” that’s nagging at my brain right now.

    Of course, then where do they take you? Right back to the penalty box, where you’ve got five minutes of the “tickety-tocks in the penalty box”…It’s like mental torture!

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