Boston Bruins: Top 10 Draft Picks From The Last 20 Years

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#9. Mark Stuart – 2003

With 40 points in 283 career games with the Bruins, and a total of 88 points in 592 games, Mark Stuart has never been known as an offensive threat from the back-end. Nobody has ever been confused about Mark Stuart‘s role on a hockey team though. Over 592 games in the NHL, Stuart has been the definition of a physical, stay-at-home defenseman who gets the job done in his own zone. Stuart has never been afraid to use his 6-foot-2, 213 pound frame to his advantage and he has remained effective even four years after being traded away from Boston alongside Blake Wheeler to acquire Rich Peverley (and Boris Vlabik) for their playoff run in 2011 which ultimately resulted in a Stanley Cup victory.

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