I believe Brianscot has it down pretty good. At least that's the way I remember the pairings, although Swoop Carleton fitted in somewhere, may have been '70 - '71.
As a side note, its unfortunate that #8 worn for so many years by Ken Hodge, who helped win two Stanley Cups, is going to the rafters with only one sweater. Check out the stats on both #8's. Granted, Cam played about 1 1/2 years less, but the figures are almost equal factoring in lost time.
Okay thanks to brianscot , mattkaz, Gee Wally and google.com. I have finished the 72 Bruins Roster. In ESPN Hockey they first have there names as 1LeftWing, 2LeftWing, etc.. Use that to match up with the info i have listed.
To the eternal question. Who would win between the 72 Bruins and 84 Oilers. The answer. The 72 Bruins. 6 to 0. Cheevers was player of the game with 45 saves. Inluding two breakaway stops on Gretzky. Green, Sanderson, Cashman, Bucyk, Esposito, and Mckenzie scored. Bobby Orr added 2 assists.
Rick Smith, Bob Stewart and Ivan Boldirev ? was traded to
California for Carol Vadnais. They never played on the same Bruins team.
When RickSmith returned to Boston Carol Vadnais and Phil Esposito had been already been traded to NY Rangers for Brad Park, Jean Ratelle and D Joe Zanussi.
I May be wrong about Boldirev but I think that was the deal. The Bruins then recieved some future considerations from that deal and that player was Richie Leduc, a center who looked like Derek and played for the Braves in AHL also a few Bruins games before going to WHA.