Andy Brickley, Ted Donato, Randy Burridge, Gary Galley, for some reason always liked Lyndon Byers, Wes Walz, Bob Beers, Rosie Ruzicka, Jeff Lazaro.
Always liked alot of guys that were not all star players.
Not sure you could call Rosie "unsung". Hit 40, or close to it if I remember, w/ Neely out injured, keeping the B's somewhat interesting to watch in 92. Came close to rivaling nifty for pretty goals that always seemed like slow motion even at full speed. Our PP probably hasn't been better since that 90- 91 team, a lot of that was Rosie. What could have been different w/ a healthy Neely? Anyway....
Now the guy we dealt for him, Hawgood, definitely qualifies. How stacked was Edmonton? They traded Rosie for Hawgood! Like Hawgood, Beers came up clutch in the 90 comeback against the Whale. Good call on Brick, too.
God this ****in lock out is killing me.
Edit: Wow Andre the Giant's fro was bigger than Orr! "Would anybody like a peanut?"
GahdenRinkRat would say PJ too. She isn't on the board much right now but I can say for sure she would cast a vote for Axe. . He is a hard player to dislike.
Wait--here I am, joining BMC and others in the Axe love fest #11 will always be my unsung hero.
Some one earlier mentioned Mark Stuart...miss him and thought he never got enough credit for what he brought to the team.
If we are going back to earlier times--Pie McKenzie, overshadowed by Sanderson, Orr, etc., but I loved that guy.
Many of my favorites have already been mentioned...great Bruins!
I tend to like the stay at home d men as well...Gary Doak, Rick Smith, Dennis O'Brien, Randy Hillier, Dean Malkoc, Jim Weimer, Rick Zombo