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03-18-2013, 05:52 PM
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Originally Posted by norrisnick View Post
Was it the '71 Bruins that had 7 of the league's top 10 scorers? Or was that one of the two Bruin teams that won from that era?
Seven of the top 11, technically. Fred Stanfield had 76 points, tied for ninth with Jean Beliveau and Dave Keon, but Keon had 38 goals and Beliveau had 25 to Stanfield's 24.

But, yeah, the top scorers that year were Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Johnny Bucyk, Ken Hodge, Bobby Hull, Norm Ullman, Wayne Cashman, John McKenzie, Keon, Beliveau and Stanfield.

Boston finished first overall with 121 pts; the Rangers were second with 109, Black Hawks third with 107 and Canadiens fourth with 97. The Canadiens upset the Bruins in the first round and Hawks in the final to win the Stanley Cup.

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