Boston Bruins: Top 30 Players In Bruins History

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#20 Ken Hodge

Hodge was anomaly for the Bruins, being one of the few British born players in the NHL.  Hodge was part of the Bruins 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup teams. Hodge was part of a very rare occurrence in the history of the NHL. In 1971 Hodge would break the league record for points in a season by a winger (105) and finish fourth in NHL scoring. That year, Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Johnny Bucyk and Hodge finished as the top four players in overall scoring. Hodge was repeat this trick in 1974 with fellow Bruins Esposito, Orr, himself and Wayne Cashman. He finished with 800 points in 881 games.

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