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

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#7. Milan Lucic – 2006

Milan Lucic was a fan-favorite from the second was drafted to the Bruins in the second round of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. With a huge 6-foot-4, 240 pound frame, and a true power-forward style of play, Lucic fit into the typical Boston Bruins’ role that fans have grown to love over the franchise’s history. With a career 356 points in 589 games including a 30 goal season and two 20 goal seasons, Milan Lucic brought so much more than just his size and strength to the game. For years, fans of the Bruins enjoyed watching Milan Lucic skate alongside David Krejci in what was one of the team’s best lines in recent history.

While Milan Lucic had a temper and fell out of favor with some of the Bruins faithful over time due to his lack of production and costly penalties. With that being said, his contributions to the team will ensure that he will always be a fan-favorite in the hearts of most of the Boston fanbase.