With another year coming to an end, it's time to look back on some of the biggest and heaviest hits the NHL brought us over the past 365 days.
Get your popcorn.
Byfuglien destroys Beauchemin
Winnipeg Jets behemoth Dustin Byfuglien started the year the only way he knows how: by trying to send Francois Beauchemin back to 2014.
Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov joined an exclusive club during the postseason when Niklas Kronwall rudely introduced himself to the Russian.
Wilson ends Visnovsky
Lubomir Visnovsky left for the KHL after what Tom Wilson did to him.
Byfuglien ... again
Byfuglien's usually good for about one of these a month. Here's what he did to Luke Gazdic in February.
Phaneuf crushes Oshie
Yeah, it came after the whistle, but Dion Phaneuf's hit on T.J. Oshie was one of the best.
Keep your head up, Beaulieu
Ottawa Senators wonder Erik Karlsson is so much more than an offensive defenseman. Nathan Beaulieu found out the hard way.
Welcome to the show, Mr. Guhle
Phaneuf's back, and this one's a preseason number, but Brendan Guhle will remember it.
Marc Methot threw the best hip check of the past 12 months. Lucas Lessio agrees.
Matt Niskanen stepped up at the red line. J.T. Brown wishes he hadn't.
Surprise, Beau Bennett!
Oshie's back, and poor Beau Bennett never, ever saw him coming.
Letestu joins the club
Mark Letestu is now a card-carrying member of the Kronwalled Club.
Nolan steamrolls Helm
Darren Helm can tell his kids he got the puck out of the zone. He'll always have that. And Jordan Nolan will always have this ...
Here's to 2016 and the hits it will bring.