John Myers gets one during that scene. After being a bystander for most of the film, he's ultimately the one who derails Rasputin's plan by persuading Hellboy to chose his own path. He also axe kicks The Dragon in the face.
RASPUTIN: Open the final lock.
[Hellboy moves to insert his stone hand into the second lock, when-]
MEYERS: Remember who you are!
[Hellboy lifts his head, and pulls back from the key hole. He turns, and Meyers throws Professor Bruttenholm's rosary, which Hellboy catches briefly before dropping it into the snow. It's left a burn in the shape of a cross. He looks at it, suddenly lost in thought. Meanwhile, Ilsa tries to hit Meyers with her hammer again, but he trips her and knocks her out with a kick. Rasputin approaches Hellboy.]
RASPUTIN: Believe me, I have lived long enough to know! Not a tear will be shed for this world!
[Meyers, now standing, too, approaches.]
MEYERS: You have a choice! Your father gave you that!
RASPUTIN: No, you don't! [points at the keystone angrily] Now, open it!
[Hellboy doesn't move.]
RASPUTIN: Do it!
[Without hesitation, Hellboy reaches up and rips off his newly-regrown horns and sighs in relief. Above them, the pillar of flame reaching to the Ogdru Jhad falters and goes out, and the beast lets out a bellowing roar of rage before it vanishes and the portal through the eclipse closes.]