Boston Bruins: Top 30 Players In Bruins History

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#16 Wayne Cashman

Cashman was a contemporary of Bobby Orr, and a member of the 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup teams. Cashman was a lifelong Bruin, playing fifteen seasons in Boston. He scored at least twenty goals eight times in his career. He was on the line with Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge acting as a set-up man for the other two. When he wasn’t setting up the big plays for his linemates, he was an enforcer whose job was to help protect Bobby Orr. He was captain of the team for five seasons. After retiring from playing, Cashman worked his way around the league as a coach, eventually returning to Boston to serve as a coach from 2001 to 2006.

Cashman was the last active player from the NHL’s Original Six era to retire from the game.

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