BREAKING: Controversial list regarding the Bruins' Top Left Wingers

Published July 23, 2023 at 11:43 PM
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With a storied legacy dating back to 1924, the Boston Bruins have been a powerhouse in the NHL, adorned with triumphs and numerous Stanley Cups.

Among the various positions on the ice, the left-wing for the Bruins has witnessed some of the most extraordinary talents to ever wear the Spoked-B. Let's delve into the seven legendary left-wingers who have graced the team throughout history:

Sergei Samsonov (1997-2006): The eighth overall draft pick in 1997, Samsonov blazed onto the scene and clinched the Calder Memorial Trophy as Rookie of the Year. During his eight-year tenure with the Bruins, he dazzled the fans with 164 goals and 212 assists.

Milan Lucic (2007-2015): Known for his physical and aggressive play, Lucic was a force to be reckoned with on the ice. His contributions of 139 goals and 203 assists significantly impacted the Bruins, especially during their triumphant 2011 Stanley Cup campaign.


Don Marcotte (1966-1982): A cornerstone of Boston's checking line, Marcotte's dedication and skill were instrumental in securing two Stanley Cup championships for the team. Over 15 years, he tallied 230 goals and 254 assists.

Woody Dumart (1935-1954): A part of the legendary "Kraut Line," Dumart played a pivotal role in two Stanley Cup victories. With 774 games under his belt, he became an indispensable figure in Bruins history.

Wayne Cashman (1965-1983): A true Bruin through and through, Cashman devoted 17 years of his career to the team. His impressive 277 goals and 516 assists made him an integral member of the Stanley Cup-winning squads in 1970 and 1972.

Brad Marchand (2010-Present): As a tenacious and determined player, Marchand has become a formidable force on the ice. Still an active contributor, he has already etched his name into Bruins history with 372 goals and 862 points.

Johnny Bucyk (1957-1978): An iconic figure in Bruins lore, Bucyk's remarkable 21-year stint with the team solidified his place as the franchise's all-time leader in goals (545) and game-winning goals (88). Instrumental in two Stanley Cup victories, Bucyk earned a well-deserved spot in the Hall of Fame in 1981.

Though the sands of time have shifted, the legacy of these legendary left-wingers continues to reverberate through Bruins history. Their invaluable contributions will forever be remembered and celebrated, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of Bruins fans for generations to come.

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