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I was just looking over the players stats. We could end the year with 13 players with 10 or more goals. That's pretty good balance.

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Hard to believe that the Bruins had 11 players with 20 or more goals.

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What year was that?

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Don't know but Don Cherry was the coach.

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Hard to believe that the Bruins had 11 players with 20 or more goals.
That was an impressive achievement - 1977/78 Bruins: Terry O'Reilly, Jean Ratelle, Peter McNab, Brad Park, Wayne Cashman, Rick Middleton, Gregg Sheppard, Bobby Schmautz, Don Marcotte, Stan Jonathan, Bob Miller. An old friend of mine once traded a Wayne Gretzky rookie card away for a Wayne Cashman rookie card... his soul has been tormented ever since.

The 1994 NY Rangers finished the year with 9 players who finished the year with 20 or more (Messier, Leetch, Graves, Larmer, Kovalev, Anderson, Tikkanen, Nemchinov & MacTavish). Factor in that Stephane Matteau had 19, that Brian Noonan had 18, and that Sergei Zubov was the leading scorer on the team with 89pts and only 12G... that was a pretty impressive offense. Still, I hated that team with a passion - my heart was in my throat when Nathan Lafayette hit the crossbar late in the 3rd in game 7.

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Still, I hated that team with a passion - my heart was in my throat when Nathan Lafayette hit the crossbar late in the 3rd in game 7.
LOL, I was a Rangers fan from around 1987 to 1997 or so. I still have my Brian Leetch jersey in the closet, and get it out on occasion.

Seeing him play for the Leafs was one of my worst experiences as a fan of hockey.

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LOL, I was a Rangers fan from around 1987 to 1997 or so. I still have my Brian Leetch jersey in the closet, and get it out on occasion.

Seeing him play for the Leafs was one of my worst experiences as a fan of hockey.
I was a Canucks fan... Seeing your beloved Brian Leetch dominate that whole playoff run was one of my worst experiences as a fan of hockey....

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