Boston Bruins: Top 30 Players In Bruins History

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#25 Fred Stanfield

Fred Stanfield was another member of the Bruins 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup Champion teams. Stanfield was traded with Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge to the Bruins by the Chicago Blackhawks. (This trade is still regarded as one of the biggest one-sided trades in hockey history.) Stanfield centered the Bruins second line of Johnny Bucyk and Johnny McKenzie (still regarded as one of the best second lines in Bruins history.) In his six seasons with the Bruins, he scored at least twenty goals a season.

Stanfield was also known as one of the cleanest players to play the game. Throughout his NHL career, Stanfield only exceeded 20 penalty minutes in a season once in his career (Boston 68-69).

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