Boston Bruins: Top 30 Players In Bruins History

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#3 Milt Schmidt

(From Causeway Crowd’s Brandon Share-Cohen)

Milt Schmidt did everything for the Boston Bruins during his 16 year career. From serving as the captain of the team, to coaching, and even becoming the general manager, Milt Schmidt truly enveloped what it meant to be a gentleman of the sport. Milt Schmidt led the NHL in points in the 1940 season, and won the Hart Trophy in 1951, but what’s most impressive about Milt Schmidt was probably the three-year leave of absence he took from the NHL to serve in World War II. Shmidt was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame in 1961, and his legacy will never be forgotten in Boston.

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