Boston Bruins: Top 20 Goal Scorers in Franchise History

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#2 – Cam Neely – 344 Goals – 525 Games Played –  0.66 Goals Per Game

Cam Neely was unfortunately struck by injuries throughout his career which ended up taking a lot of time away from his hockey career. Despite the setbacks, Neely was an elite goal scorer in his prime and defined what it meant to be a power forward in the NHL. His 344 goals in 525 games — which amounts to a 0.66 goals per game average — is an accolade that only one other player in franchise history can boast, and even beat. Neely showed his ability best during the 1993-94 season when he scored 50 goals in only 49 games. The NHL is currently missing goal scorers who can bury the puck as well as Neely could in his prime, although he’s still a member of the league as the President of the Boston Bruins these days.

Pro-rating his 525 games played into 82 game seasons would give Neely an average of roughly 54 goals per season as a member of the Boston Bruins.

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