Amber's 10 Degrees: NHL's dirtiest plays

Updated: October 25, 2007, 10:50 PM ET
By David Amber | Special to ESPN.com

It's not even Thanksgiving and yet the NHL already has carved up two turkeys with precedent-setting suspensions.

Jesse Boulerice and Steve Downie were given 25- and 20-game suspensions, respectively, for vicious on-ice attacks. Both were previously suspended in junior hockey for similar acts.

But were their actions the two worst on-ice incidents we have seen? Not even close. This week's "10 Degrees" counts down the 10 dirtiest incidents.

10. May 29, 1996: Claude Lemieux's ...

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