Alright, to fill out my top 12, I'm going to take winger Wayne Bianchin.
He had a great rookie campaign with 12-13-25 in 1973-74, but had his career knocked off course by a broken neck from a surfing accident. He was fully healed by the 1976-77 season, where he put up 28 goals and 34 points, and followed that up with another 20 goal season. The Pens lost him to the Oilers in the expansion draft.
He could kill penalties, play the PP, and was described as a speedy, physical player who worked hard in the corners and played with an edge.