The Boston Bruins are one of the most storied franchises in all of sports. Founded in 1924, they have been a part of the National Hockey League since its inception and have won 6 Stanley Cups over their 96-year history. The team has become an iconic symbol for the city of Boston and is beloved by fans throughout New England who come out to TD Garden every night to cheer them on. With current stars like Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Tuukka Rask leading the way, there’s no telling what heights this legendary franchise can reach.
1. Patrice Bergeron
Bergeron is a three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Boston Bruins. Bergeron has been nominated for the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player on five occasions, winning it in 2011 and 2013.
He finished second in voting for the Art Ross Trophy as leading scorer in 2017–18. Bergeron was drafted by the Quebec Nordiques in 2001, but he never played for them because they were moved to Denver before he could make his debut with them.
The Bruins acquired him in a trade with Quebec shortly after the 2002–03 season, and he has been a fixture of their lineup ever since aside from one year when he missed half of 2012–13 due to injury (he also missed much of 2009–10). On September 25th 2018 Patrice Bergeron announced his retirement from professional hockey following 17 seasons playing 1,257 games scoring 801 points averaging 0:43 per game including 181 goals and 149 assists over that time span making him only player ever to score more than 900 career points while averaging under forty minutes played per game Patrice Bergeron has spent his entire professional career with the Boston Bruins, and is one of the most consistent players in the NHL.
He was drafted 45th overall by Boston in 2003, and has since emerged as one of their key contributors on both offense and defense. Patrice Bergeron is a two-time winner of the Selke Trophy ( awarded to the best defensive forward in hockey), as well as being named to five all-star teams throughout his career. In 2018 he became just the third player in league history to record at least 1,500 points and 500 assists for his career - joining Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe Jr., among others. Patrice Bergeron will be an unrestricted free agent at season's end, but there are no indications that he plans to retire from playing hockey anytime soon
2. Brad Marchand
Brad Marchand has spent his entire NHL career with the Boston Bruins. He is a very versatile player who can score goals and assists as well as play in all three zones.
Known for his hard-work ethic, Marchand is an important part of the Bruins’ success over the years. In 2016, he was named to the All-Star Game and won MVP honors after scoring four goals and adding two assists in six games.
Brad Marchand will be playing at least another five seasons in the NHL so make sure to watch him closely. Brad Marchand is a left winger for the Boston Bruins, and he has been playing in the NHL since 2008. He was drafted by the Bruins in 2006, and quickly became one of their top players.
In 2011-12, he led all rookies with 44 goals and 97 points, which helped lead Boston to their first Stanley Cup championship in 39 years. Brad Marchand continued his success into subsequent seasons, amassing over 150 points three times (2012-13; 2013-14; 2014-15). His hard work off the ice also won him several awards including being named an alternate captain for both Boston's AHL team (the Providence Bruins) as well as Canada's national team at various tournaments throughout his career.
As of present day, Brad Marchand continues to be one of the best forwards in hockey - ranking fourth overall on the all time assists list behind only Wayne Gretzky、 Mario Lemieux & Gordie Howe with 239 helpers from 607 games played.
3. Bobby Orr
Bobby Orr is one of the most decorated hockey players in history, winning six Stanley Cup championships and being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979.
His prowess on defence led to him becoming known as "The Great One", and he was a key player for Boston Bruins throughout his career. He retired from playing in 1981, but later became head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers before retiring for good in 1997.
In 2003, he was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease), but continued to make public appearances until his death aged 74 in 2010. Bobby Orr was one of the most dominant players in NHL history, winning four Stanley Cups with Boston and Chicago. 2. He also represented Canada at several international tournaments, including the 1976 Canada Cup where he helped lead his team to victory.
3. After playing his entire career in North America, Bobby Orr retired from hockey in 1978. 4. He later became a commentator for both Canadian and American broadcasts of ice hockey games. 5. In 2009, Bobby Orr was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of its class of 2010
4. Cam Neely
Cam Neely is a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and one of the most successful players in NHL history. His playing career spanned from 1984 to 2002, during which time he won five Stanley Cup championships with the Boston Bruins.
He also played for the Washington Capitals and Dallas Stars, winning another championship with Washington in 1998. After retiring as a player, Neely became an executive with the Dallas Stars organization before being appointed President of hockey operations for the Carolina Hurricanes in 2013.
Cam has been married to his wife Kelly since 1997 and they have two children together - daughter Macey (born 1999) and son Nolan (born 2001). Cam Neely was a powerful right wing who played for the Vancouver Canucks, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers in his NHL career. He was drafted 9th overall by the Vancouver Canucks in 1983 and went on to play 611 games over 12 seasons with the team.
Cam Neely was a prolific scorer and won three Stanley Cups with the Canucks (1991, 1992, 1994). After leaving Vancouver he had brief stints with NY Rangers (1996-1998) and Boston Bruins (1999-2000). In 2001 he returned to Vancouver as an assistant coach before retiring from playing later that year at age 41 due to injury.
5. David Krejčí
David Krejčí was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the third round, 89th overall of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut with the Bruins in 2006 and has since played for Buffalo Sabres, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks and Montreal Canadiens.
David Krejčí won a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics with Team Czech Republic and also represented Canada at two World Championships (2007 & 2009). In November 2014, he signed with HC Davos of Switzerland as an unrestricted free agent. David Krejčí was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2004.
He has since played for HC Pardubice, HC Olomouc, and the Czech Republic national team. David is a right-handed shot and competes primarily as a defenceman. In 2006 he helped Pardubice win their first Slovakian championship and represented his country at the World Championships that year. David re-signed with Olomouc in 2013 after spending two seasons with Kometa Brno of the Czech Extraliga; during that time he won back-to-back championships with Olomouc (2014–15) and led them to their first appearance in an international tournament finals (the Champions Hockey League).
On July 1st, 2017, David signed a three year contract extension with HC Pardubice which will keep him with the club until 2020." David Krejčí is one of Slovakia's most successful hockey players ever having amassed over 200 caps for his country between 2006 – present day . A defenseman , Krejčí began playing professionally in 2003 when he joined Slovan Bratislava from where he moved on to play for several other clubs before signing upwith HC Pardubice . With this side , Krejčie won both Slovakian championships (2006 & 2007 ) plus made it all the way to Champions Hockey League semi finals before losing out to eventual winners Anadolu Efes Istanbul .
Joining Kometa Brno midway through 2013 proved fortuitous as they went on achieve back - 2nd place league titles within 3 years while also winning another CHL silver medal . Finally returning home ahead of schedule following 2 successful seasons abroad ; Dave decided 2019 would be his final hurrah captaining HCPARDUBICE once again into yet another domestic cup competition victory .
6. Ray Bourque
Ray Bourque is a three-time Stanley Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist with the Boston Bruins. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004.
In 2001, he was awarded the Lester B. Pearson Award as Canada's top civilian athlete. Bourque has founded his own hockey school in Saint Laurent, Quebec, which has produced many successful players including Peca and Plekanec who both played for Montreal Canadiens in the NHL.
Ray Bourque is married to Karen and they have four children; daughter Raine, son Nathan, daughters Morgan and Brookelynn respectively Ray Bourque was a legendary defenceman who played in the NHL for 17 seasons. He won two Stanley Cups with the Boston Bruins and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.
Ray Bourque was born on February 10, 1963, in Trail, BC. His father, Raymond Sr., played hockey as a member of the Canadian military team that competed at the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia. After playing junior hockey with Vernon Bream's Kamloops Blazers program, Ray Bourque made his pro debut with Vancouver Canucks affiliate Portland Winter Hawks during the 1981-82 season.
In 1979, he was drafted by Boston Bruins and spent most of his career there before being traded to Colorado Avalanche (1992), Washington Capitals (1994), Nashville Predators (1998) and finally Montreal Canadiens (2001). Over 17 seasons in which he played over 1000 games for 5 different teams – scoring 424 goals along the way – it is safe to say that no player has had a more impressive NHL career than Ray Bourque.
Outside of professional ice skating and playing hockey himself – both activities he enjoys very much - Ray also likes spending time with his wife Tracy and their three children: Tracey Lee ('96), Ryan Alexander ('98) and Jordan Marie ('01).
7. Tuukka Rask
Tuukka Rask is a goaltender for the Boston Bruins. He was drafted by the Bruins in 2006, and has since played over 600 games with the team. In 2016, he led all NHL goaltenders in save percentage (.924).
He also won the Stanley Cup with Boston in 2013 and 2017. Rask was awarded Sweden's Gold Medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics for his performance as a netminder for Team Finland during that tournament. Tuukka is married to Saara Aalto, an opera singer who formerly performed under her birth name Sanna Kyllönen Tuukka Rask is a goaltender for the Boston Bruins and was drafted in the first round of the 2005 NHL Draft by Toronto Maple Leafs.
He has played for Ilves since 2006-07 season, posting a record of 117-84-15 with six shutouts and a save percentage of .915 over that time period. In his rookie campaign with Boston in 2007–08, he posted a 19-14-5 record and 2.29 goals against average while playing all 48 games en route to being named Rookie of The Year. Since then, he's been one of the most consistent goaltenders in the league, winning at least 30 games every year except for 2012–13 when he had an injury-plagued season (17 wins).
On May 1st, 2019 Tuukka Rask announced his retirement from professional hockey after 20 seasons with 401 regular season victories and two Stanley Cups as part of the Boston Bruins organization...
8. David Pastrňák
David Pastrňák was born on May 25th, 1996 in Havířov, Czech Republic. At just 6'1", David is one of the smallest players in the NHL and his size has often been a disadvantage against bigger opposition.
Despite this, David has played for HC Kladno (junior), Boston Bruins (rookie), Worcester Sharks (AHL) and Providence Bruins (ECHL). In 2016-17 he led all AHL rookies with 36 goals and 76 points in 78 games as Worcester Sharks advanced to the Calder Cup Final where they lost to Toronto Marlies 4-3.
The following season he posted 24 goals and 56 points in 73 games as Providence were again eliminated from playoff contention late in the season by Hartford Wolf Pack 3-2 in overtime of Game 7 of their first round series which also went into overtime after regulation time had expired resulting David Pastrňák was drafted 25th overall by the Boston Bruins in the 2014 NHL Draft.
David Pastrňák has played for the Czech Republic at both junior and senior levels, including a gold medal victory at the World Junior Championships in 2013. David Pastrňák is primarily a right wing, but he can also play center or left wing if needed. David Pastrňák scored his first professional goal on October 25th, 2014 against Montreal Canadiens' goaltender Dustin Tokarski. Injuries have been an issue for David Pastrňák throughout his career; however, he has bounced back each time to play again later that season or even further down the line..
It is expected that David Pastrnaek will be playing with the Bruins full-time starting next season after impressing during his rookie campaign last year
9. Zdeno Chára
Chára was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. He played for Sparta Praha before joining the Bruins on a free transfer in 2001.
Chára won a Stanley Cup with Boston in 2011, and again in 2013 as part of an all-star defence corps that also featured Tim Thomas and Zdeno Chara. He announced his retirement from professional hockey after playing his last game for HC Kladno at age 40 during the 2016–17 Czech Extraliga season.
Chára has been honoured several times with awards, including being named to both the NHL All-Star First Team (2004) and Second Team (2006) as well as making it to three consecutive All-Rookie Teams between 1998–2000 while playing for Detroit Red Wings; he is one of only two players ever to achieve this feat (the other being Chris Chelios).
In 2007, he was awarded The Order of Merit “For Exceptional Achievement” by President Vědecký komisař ČESKÉ REPUBLIKY Jiří Dienstbier at Prague Castle whereupon Prince Philip presented him with his insignia bearing special rank „SSG“ within Czechoslovak Army . Finally, Chára became one of very few people who have had their name engraved on two different statues inside Montreal Canadiens Hall Of Fame – one representing him as player while another commemorating him posthumously due to injury sustained during playoffs against Ottawa Senators on May 18th 2017
10. Eddie Shore
Shore was a professional ice hockey player who played for the Boston Bruins from 1939 to 1947. Shore won three Stanley Cups with the Bruins, in 1941, 1946 and 1947.
Shore also played for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers during his career. Shore was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1947. He was a highly-touted defenceman out of the University of Michigan, and made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins in 1924.
Shore quickly established himself as one of the best defenders in hockey, winning several Norris Trophies (the most prestigious award given to a player in the league) along with six Stanley Cups during his playing career. He retired after playing 14 seasons with five different teams, including stints with the Edmonton Eskimos and New York Americans before retiring for good after scoring 54 goals in 1943–44 season.
After retirement, he became an executive within hockey, serving as president of both the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings before passing away at age 71 in 1991. Shore is also widely credited for helping to develop defensive play into its modern form; many elements of today's game were first experimented on by him or players like him during his time on ice
11. Phil Esposito
Phil Esposito was born in 1942 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and played hockey for the Boston Bruins from 1962 to 1973. He won three Stanley Cups with Boston and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.
Phil Esposito also played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, New York Islanders, Chicago Black Hawks and Philadelphia Flyers during his career. His final season was 1980-81 with Philadelphia where he scored 48 goals and added 95 assists for 157 points in just 78 games.
Phil Esposito is widely considered one of the greatest NHL players ever and is especially remembered for his defensive play on skates as well as his clutch scoring ability at key moments in playoff games (he has 25 game-winning goals). In 2002, he was named an Officer of the Order of Canada "for exceptional contributions to sport." Phil Esposito currently resides near Tampa Bay Florida after spending many years living both in Massachusetts and Florida respectively (he owns a home near Miami Beach).
Phil Esposito was a dominant player in the NHL for many years and is still considered one of the best centremen to have ever played. He scored over 1000 goals throughout his career, which makes him one of the most prolific goal scorers in league history. Phil Esposito also had an impressive record as a defender, being named to six All-Star teams and winning three Stanley Cups with Chicago Blackhawks. After playing his entire career in North America, Phil Esposito made the switch to play for Canada at international level and represented them brilliantly on several occasions, including two Olympic gold medals.
Phil Esposito retired from professional hockey following 1981 season but continues to be involved in sport as a coach and commentator; he currently works for NBC Sports Network.
12. Johnny Bucyk
Johnny Bucyk was a skilled and dominant player in the NHL for over 20 years. He is one of only six players to ever win both the Art Ross Trophy as the league's top scorer, and the Stanley Cup.
Johnny Bucyk was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1981. Along with his fellow Hall-of-Famers Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe, Sid Abel, Ted Lindsay and Jean Beliveau, he is considered one of hockey's greatest all-time players.
After retiring from playing professionally in 1977, Johnny Bucyk served as head coach of Team Canada at several international tournaments before stepping down from that role in 1984 due to health concerns related to his diabetes diagnosis.
In 2009, Johnny Bucyk received an honorary doctorate degree from Mount Royal University in Calgary where he had made numerous personal donations totalling more than $5 million over many years
13. Milan Lucic
Milan Lucic is a talented left winger who has spent his entire career with the Calgary Flames. He was drafted by the Flames in the first round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft and has since become one of their most important players.
Lucic is known for his physical play and lethal shot, which makes him a dangerous player on offence. He has won multiple awards over the course of his career, including being named to both the All-Star team and the Stanley Cup champion in 2017.
In 2019, he signed a five-year contract extension with Calgary that will keep him with the team until 2023 Milan Lucic is a talented left winger who has played in the NHL for six years. Milan Lucic was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2006 and has spent most of his career with them.
In 2007, he led the Bruins to their first Stanley Cup since 1972 and became one of the most popular players on the team. He continued his success with Boston in 2010, 2012, and 2014 before moving to Edmonton in 2017 where he has been an important part of their lineup ever since. Milan Lucic is known for being strong on the puck and having a powerful shot that can score goals at any time.
He also plays a physical game which often results in penalties being called against him; but he never backs down from a challenge.. Milan Lucic will be 36 years old when his playing career comes to an end; but he continues to perform at a high level both on and off the ice, making him one of the best players currently playing in hockey
14. Tim Thomas
Tim Thomas is a goaltender who has played in the NHL for many years. He started his career with the Boston Bruins, and later played for other teams including Jokerit and Kärpät.
Tim Thomas is considered one of the best goaltenders in history, having won numerous awards including an MVP award during his time with the Bruins. In 2017, Tim Thomas announced that he would be retiring from professional hockey at the end of that season after playing 19 seasons in total Thomas played in the NHL for 13 seasons, including 10 with the Dallas Stars.
Thomas was a two-time Vezina Trophy finalist and won the Stanley Cup twice with Boston in 2011 and 2013. He is also a four-time Olympic medalist, having represented Team USA at the 2010 Vancouver Games, 2014 Sochi Olympics, 2016 PyeongChang Winter Games, and 2018 Men's World Championship. In June of 2019 he announced his retirement from professional hockey after 14 seasons playing professionally
15. Jack Studnicka
Jack Studnicka is a young, talented player who has been playing in the AHL for the Providence Bruins this season. He was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft and made his professional debut with their affiliate team earlier this year.
Jack is a big, physical forward who can score goals and create havoc on both offense and defense. His development will be key to whichever team selects him next season - he could potentially fill a need on either side of the ice if developed correctly. Keep an eye out for Jack Studnicka as he looks to make an impact at higher levels of hockey soon.
Jack Studnicka is a right-shooting centre who was drafted 53rd overall by the Boston Bruins in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. He played college hockey at Northeastern University, where he led his team in scoring as a senior with 31 goals and 52 assists for 83 points in 54 games. In 2018–19, Studnicka made his professional debut with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League (AHL).
On July 12, 2019, he signed an entry-level contract with the Bruins. Studnicka has represented Canada internationally at various age levels from under-18 to under-20 level and captained Team WHL at the World Junior Championships in December 2018 where they finished fourth after losing to Sweden in overtime of their semifinal game..
16. Jakub Zboril
Jakub Zboril was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. He made his professional debut with HC Kladno in the Czech Extraliga during the 2014-15 season and recorded 49 points (24 goals, 25 assists) over 66 games.
In July 2015, he joined AHL affiliate Providence Bruins on a two-year contract. With Providence, he made his Stanley Cup playoff debut in Game 3 of their First Round series against Springfield Falcons and scored a goal in a 4-1 victory to help Providence advance to face Toronto Maple Leafs in the Second Round.
Zbořil led all rookie defensemen with 18 points (four goals, 14 assists) during 2016-17 season and finished second among all blueliners behind John Carlson of Washington Capitals with 33 points (10 goals, 23 assists). On 10 April 2018 Jakub signed an eight year contract extension worth $52 million with Boston Bruins
17. Trent Frederic
Trent Frederic is a 24-year old American professional ice hockey player with the Boston Bruins of the NHL. He was drafted by the Bruins in the first round, 18th overall, of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.
In his rookie season (2017–18), he recorded 12 goals and 37 points in 79 games played for Boston. His father, Jeff Frederic, also played in the NHL for 11 seasons as a defenseman with Detroit and Tampa Bay before retiring in 2002.
Trent has two younger sisters: Meghan and Madeline who both play competitive softball at various levels around North America; his brother Mitchell also plays collegiate soccer for Brown University After graduating from St Louis’s Ladue Horton Watkins High School where he was captain of its varsity hockey team to earn All-Metro honors as a senior, Frederic committed to playing NCAA Division I college football at Kansas State University but changed his mind after one year citing family reasons and instead decided to pursue an ice hockey career professionally
18. Gerry Cheevers
Gerry Cheevers was one of the most accomplished players in NHL history. He played for 17 seasons and won four Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens. After retiring from hockey, Cheevers became a sportscaster for CBC Television and later worked as an executive with the Toronto Maple Leafs organization.
In 1985, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside his former teammate Jean Beliveau. Gerry Cheevers passed away on 21 January 2014 at age 82 after a long battle with dementia Gerry Cheevers was born in Toronto, Ontario on January 26, 1941. He played his entire career with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins before finishing up with the Cleveland Crusaders of the American Hockey League.
Gerry starred as a goaltender for Canada at two consecutive Olympic Games (1968 and 1972). In 1977 he was inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. After retiring from playing hockey, Gerry worked as a television colour commentator for both NHL and AHL games until his retirement in 2000. Today, Gerry Cheevers is an active member of several sports organizations including Team Canada's board of directors for their national sport program and Rotary International's Board of Governors where he currently holds office as President-Elect..
Gerry Cheevers lives in Mississauga with his wife Elaine and enjoys spending time golfing, fishing, skiing and watching sports events...especially those involving his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs.
19. Milt Schmidt
Milt Schmidt was a Hall of Fame hockey player and coach. He played for the Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins in his career.
Schmidt also served as head coach of the Chicago Black Hawks and Philadelphia Flyers during his time as a professional player and coach. Milt Schmidt passed away at the age of 98 after spending many years living in Westwood, Massachusetts.
Schmidt was a key player on the Bruins' Stanley Cup-winning teams of 1939 and 1941. Schmidt also played for the Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers, but is most well-known for his time with Boston. After spending seven seasons in Boston, Schmidt retired in 1955 due to chronic knee problems.
Schmidt was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1961 and the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1978. Milt Schmidt passed away at the age of 79 on February 2nd, 2000 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease
20. Joe Thornton
Joe Thornton is a 43-year-old Canadian centre who has played for the San Jose Sharks since 2002. He was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 1997, but never played for them as he was traded to San Jose on March 9, 2002.
Thornton has won two Stanley Cups with the Sharks (2011 and 2016), as well as three Art Ross Trophies (2002–2004, 2007–2008). He also represented Canada at both the World Cup of Hockey in 2008 and the Olympics in 2010.
In 2017, Thornton became an unrestricted free agent and signed with Dallas Stars; however, he retired from professional hockey after just one season there due to medical issues related to concussions Joe Thornton is a well-known NHL player who has played for the Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks.
Joe Thornton was drafted 1st overall in the 1997 NHL Draft by the Bruins. Joe Thornton has had an illustrious playing career, winning many awards and accolades along the way including 4 Stanley Cups with Boston (2011, 2013, 2017, 2018). With over 900 games played in the NHL, Joe Thornton is one of the most experienced players out there and will be a key part of Canada's World Cup campaign this year.
21. Adam Oates
Adam Oates is a two-time winner of the Stanley Cup as part of the Montreal Canadiens. He played in over 1,000 NHL games and was captain of the Boston Bruins for parts of three seasons.
Oates was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2012, his first year eligible. After retirement from hockey, he became an assistant coach with the New Jersey Devils where he served until 2017 when he joined HC Kladno as head coach.
Adam Oates currently resides in Weston with his wife Kelly and their children Sydney and Brody Adam Oates played for the Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers over a ten-year career.
He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003. Adam Oates also had an NHL Draft Undrafted status which means he did not go through the draft but was signed as a free agent by an NHL team instead. Adam Oates retired after playing with Edmonton Oilers in 2004 season
22. Charlie McAvoy
McAvoy is a young, talented defenseman who has had success playing in the NHL. McAvoy was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the first round of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft and has since played for them on multiple occasions.
He is currently with the Toronto Maple Leafs and is considered one of their most promising players. McAvoy's skillset includes strong skating, good puck handling, and excellent passing ability which allows him to create chances for his team mates offensively or defensively.
His high level of play has led to him being nominated for both the Calder Memorial Trophy (2016) as well as The Ted Lindsay Award (2018). As a result of his talent and consistent performance over time, McAvoy is considered one of hockey's most promising stars heading into future seasons At 19 years old, Charlie McAvoy is already one of the most promising defensemen in the NHL.
He was drafted 14th overall by the Boston Bruins in 2016 and has since made an impact on their blueline. In 2017-2018, he played for the US National Team at both the World Juniors and Olympic Games tournaments, impressing with his play. With a long career ahead of him, Charlie McAvoy will be looking to cement himself as a top defenseman in the NHL.
23. Torey Krug
Krug was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the first round (24th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Krug made his NHL debut with the Bruins during the 2011-12 season and has since played in over 200 regular season games, scoring 31 goals and 68 points.
In 2016, he signed a six-year contract extension with Boston worth $27 million. Krug is known for his aggressive play on ice and strong offensive output from defensemen across all leagues around the world; including playoffs where he has been key to several championship teams' success.
He was named to Team USA's 2017 World Cup roster but did not participate due to an injury suffered earlier in the year while playing for Boston in a game against Montreal Canadiens Torey Krug is a defenseman for the Boston Bruins. He was drafted by the Blues in 2012 but has spent most of his career with the Bruins.
Krug was born in Newton, Massachusetts and raised in nearby Concord. He played college hockey at Dartmouth College before turning pro with St Louis Blues in 2011–12 season. After struggling to make an impact during his first two years as a professional, he turned things around this past year and became one of Boston's key players.
Krug has represented United States at various junior levels, winning gold medals at both the World Junior Championships (2011) and IIHF World Championship (2013). In addition to playing defense, Torey can also play left wing if needed- something that proved useful when injuries hit Boston's lineup late last season..
24. Jake DeBrusk
Jake DeBrusk was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the first round (3rd overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft. DeBrusk has scored 25 goals and 48 assists for 73 points in 153 games with the Bruins over three seasons.
He recorded his first career hat trick against Montreal on October 14, 2017. In addition to his play at center, DeBrusk also plays left wing and is a member of Canada's national team program. Jake DeBrusk is a left wing player for the Boston Bruins.
He was drafted in the 14th round of the 2015 NHL Draft. DeBrusk played Junior hockey with the University of Massachusetts-Amherst before joining the Bruins organization as a free agent in 2016. In his rookie season, DeBrusk scored 9 goals and added 15 assists for 24 points in 79 games played.
He has continued to be an important contributor on offense this past year, tallying 18 goals and 34 assists for 52 points in 82 games played thus far in 2017–18 season. Jake DeBrusk is known primarily for his offensive play but he is also effective defensively due to his strong skating ability and attention to detail at both ends of the ice
25. Dit Clapper
Dit Clapper was a hockey Hall of Fame inductee and played for the Toronto Maple Leafs. He also served as Canada's ambassador to the United States from 1967 to 1973.
After his diplomatic service, Clapper resumed his hockey career with the Newmarket Saints in 1974. He retired after playing one final season with the Peterborough Petes in 1976-77, ending his professional career at age 48.
In 1978, he was named honorary president of Hockey Canada succeeding His Honour Frank Mahovlich who had died earlier that year.. Clapper passed away at age 70 in 1978 after a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease Dit Clapper was a right wing/defence player for the Boston Bruins from 1927-1947.
He recorded over 1,000 points in his career and helped lead the team to Stanley Cup victories in 1939 and 1945. Clapper was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1954. After retiring from playing, he served as general manager of the Bruins for several years before passing away in 1972 at age 71
26. Matt Grzelcyk
Matt Grzelcyk is a defenseman for the Boston Bruins. He played college hockey at Northeastern University and was drafted by the Bruins in the third round of the 2012 NHL Draft.
In 2018-19, Grzelcyk had a career year with the Bruins, scoring 11 goals and 33 assists for 44 points in 82 games. Grzelcyk has been part of Team USA's World Juniors program multiple times, most notably during his freshman year in which he helped lead Team USA to gold medal victory over Canada.
Outside of playing hockey, Matt enjoys spending time with his family and friends, going on hikes or mountain biking when he can get away from work schedule. Matt also gives back to his community through various charities such as Feeding America or Covenant House Massachusetts Bay Area - both organizations that have positively impacted his life personally or professionally
27. Terry O'Reilly
Terry O'Reilly was drafted in the 1st round of the 1970 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins. Terry played with the Bruins for 11 seasons and won 4 Stanley Cups (1972, 1974, 1976, 1979).
He also led the team in scoring twice (1974, 1978). After leaving Boston in 1981 he went on to play with the Buffalo Sabres and Calgary Flames before retiring from hockey at age 34. In 1990 he was inducted into both the Hockey Hall of Fame and The Ontario Sports Hall of Fame as a player.
Terry currently works as an analyst for TSN's coverage of Ottawa Senators games. On March 17th 2011 Terry underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor which had been discovered earlier that month during tests for another condition; thankfully it was benign. Terry O'Reilly was a highly skilled right wing for the Boston Bruins from 1971 to 1985.
Terry was drafted 14th overall in the 1971 NHL Draft and quickly made an impact with his play on the ice. He helped lead the Bruins to four Stanley Cup championships during his career, including three consecutively from 1974 to 1976. In 1984, Terry retired after playing in 616 games over 13 seasons with Boston, recording 296 points (134 goals and 188 assists).
After retirement, he became head coach of the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League until 1992 when he left coaching for good to spend more time with his family
28. Wayne Cashman
Wayne Cashman was born in 1945 in Kingston, Ontario. He played for the Boston Bruins from 1971 to 1981. Cashman was a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Bruins.
He also won a Gold Medal with Team Canada at the 1976 Winter Olympics. After playing hockey, Cashman worked as a broadcaster for NHL teams and baseball's Toronto Blue Jays before retiring in 2007.
In 2014, he was awarded an induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in recognition of his contributions to the sport of hockey Wayne Cashman was a player and assistant coach for the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, San Jose Sharks, Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins.
Wayne Cashman played 11 seasons in the NHL from 1965-1983 with the Detroit Red Wings, Buffalo Sabres (where he won the Calder Memorial Trophy as rookie of the year), Boston Bruins and finally Tampa Bay Lighting. He retired as a player in 1983 but rejoined his old team - TBJ - as an assistant coach before becoming head coach of their AHL affiliate Springfield Falcons in 1987 where he stayed until 2006 when he joined Canada's national coaching staff.
As a player Wayne Cashman scored 595 goals and added 1128 assists for 1658 points in 1396 career games including 439 playoff contests scoring 116 goals and 295 assists for 421 points helping his teams to 8 division titles (6 with BUF/TBJ & 2 with SJS). In 1988 Wayne Cashman was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside such legends as Gordie Howe, Johnny Bower & Toe Blake . After leaving Springfield Falcon¹s coaching position WayneCashman moved back to Toronto where he has been working on various broadcasting projects since 2007 Coyotes TV Broadcaster
29. Rick Middleton
Rick Middleton was a right wing for the New York Rangers, Boston Bruins and Canada. He retired in 2002 after playing 18 seasons in the NHL. His brother Phil also played professionally in the NHL and is currently an assistant coach with the Calgary Flames.
Rick has two children: Ryan and Brooke, who both play hockey at lower levels of competition. Middleton was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of their class of 2010 along with Mario Lemieux, Guy Lafleur and Ray Bourque among others In 2007 he became head coach for his son's minor league team, but resigned after one season due to health concerns related to his MS diagnosis Rick now resides in Toronto where he runs a golf course business Rick Middleton was born on December 10, 1961 in Calgary, Alberta.
Rick played for the New York Rangers and Minnesota Fighting Saints of the NHL from 1974 to 1988. He won a gold medal at the 1984 Canada Cup with Team Canada and also represented his country at both the Olympics (1980) and World Championships (1982). In 1989, he retired as a player after playing 258 games in the NHL scoring 81 goals and registering 176 points. Since retiring from hockey, Rick has been working as an insurance agent for Dales Insurance Company in Calgary where he still resides today with his wife Jackie and their two children Kaitlyn and Brett.
30. Charlie Coyle
Charlie Coyle is a talented forward who has spent most of his career with the Minnesota Wild. He started playing hockey at an early age and quickly developed into one of the best players in the country.
In 2011, he was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the first round and made an immediate impact on their team. However, after two seasons with Boston he was traded to Minnesota where he has been a consistent performer ever since.
Charlie Coyle is known for his hard work ethic both on and off the ice which has helped him become one of the top forwards in the NHL Charlie Coyle was drafted by the Boston Bruins in 2010, but was traded to the Minnesota Wild in 2013.
2. The 6'2", 211-pound forward has played for the Sharks since 2015 and is their leading scorer this season with 33 points (14 goals, 21 assists). 3. As a member of Team USA at the World Championships this year, he helped win a bronze medal after losing to Sweden in the final round.
4. Coyle will be entering his fourth NHL season in 2018-19 and is looking to improve on his previous achievements both on and off the ice
31. Brandon Carlo
Brandon Carlo is a young and talented defenseman for the Boston Bruins. Carlo was drafted by the Bruins in the third round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. He has played two seasons with Boston, accumulating 23 points (five goals and 18 assists) in 68 games.
In 2017-18 he recorded eight points (one goal and seven assists) in 64 games as part of an impressive rookie campaign with Boston.
As a member of Team USA at the 2018 World Junior Championships, Carlo led all defensemen with six goals scored en route to gold medals.
Brandon will be looking to continue his development this upcoming season with the Bruins, hoping to take on more responsibility as time goes on.
He is considered a top-tier defenseman prospect who possesses great skating ability and offensive skills; making him an asset for any team that drafts him into their system.
32. Craig Smith
Craig Smith was born in Madison, Wisconsin on September 5th 1989. He played his junior hockey with the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League and then went on to play college hockey at Boston University where he won a national championship as a freshman in 2007-08.
Craig Smith was drafted by Nashville Predators in the 2nd round (51st overall) of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. After playing two seasons with Nashville's minor league affiliate Milwaukee Admirals, Smith made his debut with the Predators during their 2009-10 season. In 2011-12, Smith scored 28 goals and had 52 points for Nashville which led to him being named an alternate captain for that year's playoffs; however, they were eliminated by St Louis Blues in 6 games..
In 2012-13, Craig Smith improved upon his previous scoring record with 33 goals and 63 points for Nashville; again this led to him being voted an alternate captain for 2013 playoffs but they were once again eliminated by Blues in 7 games.. In 2014-15 CraigSmith tallied 36 goals and 78 points helping lead Nashville to their first ever Stanley Cup victory over Chicago Blackhawks 4 games to 1
33. Tiny Thompson
Tiny Thompson was a hall of famer and one of the most skilled players in NHL history. He played for the Boston Bruins from 1930 to 1948, winning six Stanley Cups during that time period.
In 1959, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. After his playing career ended, he served as head coach for both the Vancouver Canucks and New York Rangers before retiring in 1968.
Thompson is remembered as one of hockey's great innovators, helping to develop new strategies that helped teams win championships throughout his long career Tiny Thompson was a goaltender who played for the Boston Bruins, Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Black Hawks during his playing career.
Tiny Thompson was born in Calgary, Alberta on February 14th, 1912. At 5'10" and 160lb, Tiny Thompson wasn't particularly big or strong as goaltenders go but he made up for it with excellent reflexes and quick reactions. In 1932-33 season, Tiny Thompson led the league in goals against average (GAA) with 2.19 while also winning the Vezina Trophy as the best goalie in hockey that year.
The following season saw TinyThompson struggle somewhat however he still managed to win another Vezina trophy thanks to his stellar play against all competition including opposing teams' top scorers.. In 1935-36 season, Tiny Thompson helped lead Boston to their first Stanley Cup championship while posting an impressive GAA of 1.94 over 36 games played - just one off the record set by New York Rangers's "Big Joe" Miller two years earlier.
Despite being cut from Canada's National Team at age 20 due to size restrictions imposed by Hockey Canada; refusing multiple invitations from other countries because of this same policy; earning international fame through barnstorming tours throughout Europe...Tiny Thomson remains largely unknown outside of hockey circles today despite his phenomenal individual achievements which easily place him among history's greatest goaltenders. On October 10th 1941 at age 35 after 11 seasons in professional ice hockey; three Stanley Cups (all with Boston); four MVP awards (two each with Detroit & Chicago), First All Star Team selections nine times (three each); Second All Star team selection twice (#1 choice once)...Tiny Thomson died suddenly after collapsing during a game between Montreal Canadiens & Toronto Maple Leafs at home arena Maple Leaf Gardens - leaving behind wife Alice 'Lil Abner' Cosentino ('Miss Nellie') and son Murray Jr.; father John Theodore 'Ted' Thomspon had passed away only several months prior on July 4th 1940from tuberculosis contracted while serving overseas during World War I.
34. Ken Hodge
Ken Hodge is a retired professional footballer who played as a right winger. He started his career at Birmingham City before moving to Liverpool in 1968.
In 1970, he won the FWA Footballer of the Year award and was also named PFA Players' Player of the Year that same year. Hodge later went on to play for Manchester United, West Ham United and Nottingham Forest before retiring in 1984.
After finishing his playing career, Hodge became manager of Notts County and then Brighton & Hove Albion before returning to Birmingham as director of football in 1996. In 2002, he took over as manager of Portsmouth but was sacked after only four months into the role due to poor results..
He then returned to management with Sheffield Wednesday but left midway through the 2006–07 season after another run of bad results.. Since leaving coaching duties in 2007, Ken has become actively involved in charity work including being patron for SSAFA's National Youth League programme from 2009 until 2014 and chairman/director since 2015..
35. Taylor Hall
Taylor Hall is a left wing who plays for the Edmonton Oilers. He was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the first round, 17th overall, of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
On July 1st, 2016 he signed with the Vegas Golden Knights to a six-year contract worth $42 million and became an unrestricted free agent on June 30th, 2020. In his rookie season (2010-11), Hall led all rookies in points (41) and assists (26).
The following year (2011-12), he finished second in scoring behind only Sidney Crosby with 116 points (50 goals and 76 assists). In 2013-14, Hall again led all scorers with 113 points while helping lead New Jersey to their fourth Stanley Cup championship in franchise history..
On February 26th, 2018 Taylor scored an overtime goal against Arizona that won game 5 of their playoff series and propelled them into the Conference Finals where they eventually lost to Washington Capitals 4 games to 2
36. Brad Park
Park was a prolific scorer in both the NHL and WHA, becoming one of only six players to score 500 goals in each league. Park was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988.
After retiring from playing, Park served as general manager of the Colorado Avalanche for two seasons (1996-1998). In 2005, he became head coach and president of hockey operations for HC Slovan Bratislava in Slovakia.
Park currently resides in Toronto with his wife Kerry and children Brody and Kaitlyn. Brad Park was a defenseman for the New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, and Detroit Red Wings. He played in the NHL from 1968 to 1985. Brad Park was drafted by the Rangers with the second overall pick in 1966.
After playing for four teams during his career, he finally found success with the Bruins where he won two Stanley Cups (1970 and 1972). In all, Brad Parker registered 565 points (219 goals and 352 assists) in 1,085 regular season games played while averaging 18:55 minutes of ice time per game over his 16-year career.
Brad Parker is considered one of hockey's all-time great defensemen and has been inducted into both the Hockey Hall of Fame (1994) and Canadian Sports Hall of Fame (1998).
37. Connor Clifton
Connor Clifton is an American mixed martial artist who competes in the Lightweight division. Connor was born on April 28, 1995 in Long Branch, New Jersey and grew up in Atlantic City.
At just 17 years old, Connor made his professional MMA debut by defeating Wes Sims at Fight Night Atlantic 10: The Championship Edition 2 via TKO (punches). In his next fight, he faced Elias Theodorou at UFC Fight Night 104 and lost via unanimous decision after three rounds of action.
Connor bounced back with a strong performance against Islam Makhachev at UFC 209 where he won via split decision to earn himself another shot at the lightweight title currently held by Tony Ferguson. At UFC 223, Clifton faced off against Kevin Lee but was unsuccessful as he lost via unanimous decision after five rounds of hard fought fighting which led him to say "I'm very disappointed".
Connor has recently announced his retirement from competition due to injury sustained during training for his upcoming bout against Justin Gaethje scheduled for March 3rd 2020 on FOX Sports 1
38. Nick Foligno
Nick Foligno is a left wing who plays for the Columbus Blue Jackets. Nick Foligno was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the first round of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
In 2013, Foligno signed a six-year contract extension with Columbus worth $30 million. He has won two Stanley Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2009 and 2016, as well as an Olympic Gold Medal in 2010 with team Canada at age 23 years old.
Nick Foligno ranks 7th all time on the Penguins' scoring list (1,033 points). Foligno is also known for his charity work including involvement with numerous children's charities across North America and Europe through The folignofolies Foundation which he launched in 2012 to help provide hockey equipment to underprivileged youth around the world so they can have opportunities like those that were afforded him when he started playing hockey..
He married actress/singer Mandy Moore on May 6th, 2015 after being engaged since early 2013 and welcomed their son Remington John Anthony Moore into this world on October 25th 2017
39. Derek Forbort
Derek Forbort is a defenseman who played for the Manchester Monarchs in 2013. He was drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the second round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
Derek has also played for the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings, winning a Stanley Cup with Anaheim in 2007. In 2016-17, he won his first Norris Trophy as best defensive player in hockey.
On July 1, 2018, it was announced that Forbort had signed an eight-year contract extension with the Kings worth $47 million ($8 million annually). Derek is married to model Jessica Hartzell and they have two children together - daughter Harper (born March 2017) and son Brayden (born October 2018).
Derek Forbort shoots left and played for the Boston Bruins, Los Angeles Kings, Calgary Flames and Winnipeg Jets in the NHL. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings 15th overall in 2010. Derek Forbort has been playing professionally since 2013-14 season with stints with each of his previous teams except for Calgary which he joined midway through the 2014-15 season.
Derek Forbort is a puckmoving defenseman who can quarterback a power play from the blue line or provide crucial depth on defense when needed. His offensive game has developed significantly over time as he currently leads all rookie defenders in scoring with 16 points (7 goals, 9 assists) in 51 games this season despite averaging just 21:54 minutes per game played thus far in his career.
With only one year of experience under his belt at the professional level, Derek Forbort will be looking to take another step forward next season and cement himself as one of top defensive prospects heading into next NHL Draft where he should beselected by either LA Kings or Winnipeg Jets
40. Bill Cowley
Bill Cowley was a hockey player and broadcaster who is best known for his work with the Montreal Canadiens. 2. He played in the NHL from 1933 to 1941, winning two Stanley Cups with Montreal.
3. After retiring as a player, he became a legendary broadcaster for the Canadiens and other teams in Quebec. 4. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1968. 5. Bill Cowley died at age 81 after a long illness Cowley was a consistent scorer for the Eagles and Bruins, tallying over 200 points in each of his eight seasons.
He was drafted by the St Louis Blues but never played with them before being traded to Boston where he enjoyed success as both a player and coach. After retiring from playing, Cowley served as head coach of the Canadiens, Stars and Red Wings before passing away at age 75 in 1997.
41. Linus Ullmark
Linus Ullmark is a goaltender who has played for the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League (AHL) since he was drafted in 2013. He made his NHL debut with the Buffalo Sabres in 2017 and helped them to their first playoff appearance since 2011.
Linus Ullmark signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent in July 2018 and started all 29 games for them that season, recording a record of 22-8-4 with a 2.01 GAA and .933 save percentage. In 2019, Linus Ullmark again led all goaltenders in scoring with 42 points (10 goals and 32 assists) through 66 games played, helping Toronto to an Eastern Conference Championship victory over Boston Bruins in game 7 of their playoffs series; this marked his second consecutive championship appearance as well as earning him MVP honours at both the AHL Awards and NHL Awards ceremonies that year.
His long term contract extension announced by Toronto on 1 December 2019 will keep him at The Air Canada Centre until 2024
42. Marc Savard
Savard played for the Boston Bruins from 1997 to 2011. Savard won two Stanley Cups with the Bruins in 2010 and 2011. Savard was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2012, but he has since recovered.
In 2018, Savard announced his retirement from hockey after 17 seasons in the NHL. Savard is a three-time All-Star and was named to the NHL Second All-Star Team twice (in 2003 and 2005). In 2007,Savard was awarded the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the best defenseman in the NHL that season.
Savard has also been nominated for four Vezina Awards (the league's top goalie award) over his career, winning once (in 2009). Marc Savard currently works as an analyst on Sportsnet 590 The Fan radio station when not playing or coaching hockey himself . 9 He resides in Ottawa with his wife Laurie and their two young children
43. Sergei Samsonov
Samsonov was born in Moscow, Russia on October 27th 1978. He played his first NHL game with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2008 and has since gone on to play for the New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings, Philadelphia Flyers and most recently the Calgary Flames.
Samsonov is best known for his strong shooting ability from left wing which he uses to score goals often. In 2009, Samsonov was named an assistant captain of the Russian national team and helped lead them to a World Championship silver medal that year. Sergei is currently married with two children and enjoys spending time outdoors fishing or skiing when he's not playing hockey or working out at the gym.
Sergei Samsonov was drafted 8th overall by the Boston Bruins in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. Sergei played for the Bruins from 1994 to 2011, amassing 521 points (164 goals and 399 assists) over that time span. He also spent a season with the Edmonton Oilers in 2007-08 before signing with Montreal as a free agent in 2009-10. In 2012 he signed with Chicago Blackhawks, where he finished his playing career after appearing in just 16 games during the 2013-14 campaign.
After hanging up his skates, Sergei went on to serve as an assistant coach for CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) from 2014 to 2016 and then became head coach of Sochi Sharks last year prior to their inaugural season in Russia's top division this fall). As one of only two Russian players ever inducted into both the Hockey Hall of Fame (2011) and The Canadian Football Hall Of Fame (2013), Sergei is considered one of hockey's most decorated players of all time.
44. Mike Reilly
Reilly was originally drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 2012, but he never played a game for them. He was traded to the Minnesota Wild in 2015 and has since been one of their most consistent defensemen.
Reilly is known as an two-way defender who can play both offensively and defensively well. One of his best traits is his skating ability; he's fast on both ends of the ice and difficult to beat one-on-one. Reilly will likely be a mainstay with the Minnesota Wild for years to come, making him a valuable player on any team looking for quality defensemen Reilly was drafted in the 98th overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Reilly has played for six different teams during his playing career, including Boston Bruins, Providence Bruins (AHL), Minnesota Wild, Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators. He is currently playing with the Edmonton Oilers where he has been since the 2015-2016 season. Reilly has had a successful career so far and is looking to continue it in the future with Edmonton Oilers
45. Nathan Horton
Nathan Horton is a veteran of the NHL, having played for the Columbus Blue Jackets from 2009 to 2013. He has had an injury-plagued career, with various injuries limiting him to just over 200 games in total.
In 2013, he was traded to the Boston Bruins and made an immediate impact, scoring 20 goals in 31 games en route to winning his first Stanley Cup championship. Since then, Horton has struggled with injuries again and has not been able to recapture his form - currently playing for HC Kladno in the Czech Extraliga - however he remains a popular player among fans and commentators alike due to his flair as well as skill on ice.
Nathan Horton was born on May 29 1985 in Dunnville Ontario Canada and is now 37 years old Nathan Horton was drafted 3rd overall by the Florida Panthers in 2003. He played for Boston Bruins, Columbus Blue Jackets, and then finally retired with the Florida Panthers in 2014. Nathan Horton is known for his speed and shot on goal ability from right wing. In total, he recorded over 330 points in 574 games played during his NHL career.
46. Jeremy Swayman
Jeremy Swayman is a 24-year old forward playing for the Boston Bruins. Jeremy was drafted by the Bruins in the 3rd round, 89th overall of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.
He played his minor hockey with both the Seattle Thunderbirds and Everett Silvertips organizations before being signed to an entry level contract by Boston in 2017.
Swayman has represented Team USA at multiple international tournaments including World Juniors (2016), U18 Worlds (2015) and IIHF World Championships (2017). In addition to playing professionally, Jeremy also attends Northeastern University where he studies business management Jeremy Swayman is a goaltender for the Boston Bruins.
He was drafted by the Bruins in the 111th overall pick of the 2017 NHL draft. Jeremy has represented both America and his native country, United States at various international tournaments, including World Junior Championships and Olympic Games Qualifiers. In 2021-22, he set an AHL record with 48 consecutive wins to start the season with Providence Bruins (AHL).
Jeremy currently has a 13-6-1 record with a 2.28 goals against average and .924 save percentage in 21 games played this season for Providence Bruins (AHL).
47. Hampus Lindholm
Lindholm is a highly skilled defenseman who has played in the NHL for parts of four seasons. He was drafted by the Anaheim Ducks in the second round, 43rd overall, in 2012.
Lindholm has represented Sweden at various youth levels and was part of their World Junior Championship-winning team in 2013. After spending two years with Frölunda HC of the Swedish Hockey League, he made his NHL debut with Anaheim during the 2015–16 season.
In 2017–18, he recorded career highs in goals (six) and points (12), while also appearing in all 82 games for Anaheim en route to being named an alternate captain for 2018–19. On 1 July 2019, Lindholm signed a six-year contract extension with the Ducks worth $41 million CAD ($30 million USD).
Hampus Lindholm is a defenseman for the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL. He was drafted sixth overall by Boston in 2012. Lindholm has represented Sweden at both junior and international level, including at the World Junior Championships where he won a silver medal in 2013. In his first full NHL season, 2014–15, Lindholm recorded 12 points (4 goals and 8 assists) in 82 games played as an rookie with Anaheim.
His second season saw him post career-highs with 20 points (5 goals and 15 assists) in 76 games played; additionally he made his debut for Sweden's national team at the 2015 Euro Hockey Championship tournament held in Stockholm, Sweden winning a bronze medal after losing to Russia 3-1 in the final game of Group A play. The 24-year old defender continued his stellar play into 2017–18 with 31 points (8 goals and 23 assists) en route to being named runner up for most improved player on Anaheim's roster behind only Corey Perry – 36 points from 22 games ranked third all-time within franchise annals trailing only Perry’s 61 point effort during 1996–97 campaign followed by Mighty Duck captain Rick Middleton’s 49 point performance during 1978–79 which set then club record still standing today Hampus Lindholm announced on June 26th 2018 that he will leave Anahiem Ducks as an unrestricted free agent after 6 seasons spent playing for them following being drafted #6 overall by BOS in 2012 Hampus Lindholm had quite possibly one of best defensive seasons I have ever seen last year.
Not many players can say they put up 40+points while also leading their team Defensively like Hampus did last year. He proved himself not just as a great dman but also someone who can score some big time offense when needed. Look forward to seeing what he does next...
48. Tomáš Nosek
Nosek was born in Pardubice, Czechoslovakia on 1 September 1992. Nosek played junior hockey with HC Plzeň of the Czech Extraliga before moving to North America to play major junior hockey for the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).
In 201 Tomáš Nosek is a left wing who shoots left. He was originally drafted by the Boston Bruins in the 6th round of the 2011 NHL Draft, but he never played for them. In 2017, he signed with the Detroit Red Wings as a free agent and spent two seasons there before being traded to Vegas Golden Knights in February 2019.
Tomáš Nosek has been playing professionally since 2011-12 season and has made over 260 career appearances in North America's top hockey league. According to Hockey Reference, Tomáš Nosek ranks 5th all-time on Czech Republic's scoring list with 146 points (51 goals, 83 assists). His best year statistically was 2016-17 when he scored 24 goals and 54 points in 79 games for Vegas Golden Knights' AHL affiliate Pacific Division champion Ontario Reigns.
Tomás also represented his country at both World Championships (2017) and Olympics (2018), where they finished 7th place respectively
49. Glen Murray
Glen Murray is a 50-year-old Canadian forward who has played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 17 seasons. He was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 1992 NHL Entry Draft and spent his entire career with them except for one season when he played for the Vancouver Canucks.
In 2006, Murray won both the Selke Trophy as best defensive forward and Stanley Cup with Boston. He also led all playoff scorers with 18 points in 13 games. After retiring from playing hockey, Murray became a television commentator and an executive vice president of player personnel for the Anaheim Ducks organization before being fired after just six months on July 1, 2017.
Glen Murray was born on November 1, 1972 in Halifax, Nova Scotia to parents Norma (née MacDonald) and Bill Murray Jr.. His siblings are Tracey (an actress), Kelly (a singer), Justin (also an actor), Sarah Margaret “Sally” (from a previous relationship; deceased at age 25 due to alcohol poisoning) and Billie Jean “BJ”Murray(from another previous relationship). As a youngster growing up outside Toronto, Glen loved playing hockey but considered himself more of a soccer player because he wasn't very good at skating backwards or stopping quickly on skates – traits that would later come into play while playing defence as well as offensively during his NHL career.https://www11281168699921752941_69680276530904004608?fbclid=IwAR0zKvPDcV7j8fPfeFXlHhQwbZCkYF9XbGpIKiLZXxM2y6tVjmSDGi33g&width=10000&height=8000 However despite this early disadvantage he excelled academically winning several scholarships to prestigious universities such as McGill University where he majored in political science before turning professional hockey aged 20 years old.[https://twitterfeeds.com/glenmurrayofficial/status/984153594052587392 Twitter feed] - October 11th 2018 Murray first came to prominence during junior ice hockey when he helped lead Dartmouth College's varsity team to back-to-back NCAA national championships alongside future teammate Adam Oates
50. Woody Dumart
Woody Dumart was a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and one of the all-time greats. He played for many teams throughout his career, including the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Dumart was known for his skilled play on both offense and defense, as well as his leadership skills on team sides. After retiring from hockey, he became an executive with various organizations in Ontario and Massachusetts before passing away at age 84 years old.
Woody Dumart was a prolific left winger who played for the Boston Bruins from 1935 to 1954. He scored over 300 points in his career and helped lead the team to three Stanley Cup titles. Dumart also won two NHL trophies, one as MVP (1949) and another as Top Scorer (1951).
After retiring from playing, he became a coach with the Detroit Red Wings where he held that position until 1967. Woody Dumart is considered one of the all-time greats at his position and deserves to be remembered for his brilliant play on ice.
51. Shawn Thornton
Shawn Thornton is a six-foot-two inch, 217 pound professional ice hockey player who was originally drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
In his career, Thornton has played for both Boston and Vancouver Canucks organizations. He has won two Stanley Cups with Vancouver in 2011 and 2014, as well as an Olympic Gold Medal with Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Known for his hard hitting play on both sides of the puck, Shawn Thornton holds several records including most penalty minutes (1,537) and fights (236). His toughness was also showcased in 2018 when he missed almost half of season due to a cardiac issue but returned to help lead Vancouver to their first ever Presidents' Trophy victory.
Currently playing out his contract with Vancouver which expires at the end of 2020-21 season, Shawn Thornton remains one of top players in this current era of professional hockey
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