BOSTON - The NHL season may be on pause, but the Bruins have been great throughout history!

25. Milan Lucic

Lucic played eight seasons with the Bruins as a left-winger. His physicality helped Boston hoist the Stanley Cup in 2011.

24. Ken Hodge

Hodge was a three-time All-Star and guided the Bruins to two titles with his stellar control of the ice in the 1960s and 1970s.

23. Wayne Cashman

Cashman played in the same era as Hodge and even wound up coaching for a season in 1997.

22. Derek Sanderson

Sanderson was a center who could check like no others during his short tenure in Boston, which also saw him win the Rookie of the year award.

21. Bill Cowley

Cowley skated for Boston from 1935 to 1947, winning the scoring title in 1941 and netting himself two MVP trophies.

20. Joe Thornton

Thornton's time in Boston ended much too soon. The first overall pick in 1997 was electric, if not injury prone. He was eventually traded to the Sharks.

19. Tim Thomas

Tim Thomas was a lights out goalie for the Bruins. Without him, there'd be no 2011 championship.

18. Dit Clapper

Clapper played twenty seasons in the league and they were all with the Bruins.

17. Adam Oates

Oates was once undrafted, but he ended up being one of the league's top assist makers.

16. Tiny Thompson

The innovative Thompson held the record for many Bruins goaltending marks until very recently.

15. Gerry Cheevers

Cheevers was the Bruins' best goalie for years until someone else usurped him.

14. David Krejci

Krejci embodies what it means to be a Bruin and hopefully, we will continue to see that for years to come.

13. Rick Middleton

Rick Middleton was a playoff juggernaut for the Bruins and his number 16 was retired by Boston.

12. Tuukka Rask

Rask has attained the status of Boston's best ever goalie with his series of record-setting achievements.

11. Milt Schmidt

Schmidt passed away in 2017, the same year he was named to the NHL's 100 list.

10. Johnny Bucyk

An elite scorer, Bucyk was best known for his exemplary sportsmanship.

9. Terry O'Reilly

Terry O'Reilly is a favorite player of Happy Gilmore's, which is quite indicative of his style of play.

8. Brad Marchand

Marchand is a scrappy one who is now thriving in his pairing with David Pastrnak.

7. Zdeno Chara

Chara is Mr. Longevity himself. One of the oldest players in league history, he still makes an impact on the ice.

6. Eddie Shore

Eddie Shore was an early hockey star and his bruising play won him the Hart Trophy four times.

5. Cam Neely

No one is a Bruins lifer like Cam Neely, who has remained with the organization after his retirement.

4. Patrice Bergeron

Bergeron currently plays for the Bruins and has maintained his impressive consistency.

3. Phil Esposito

A center for the Bruins during their winningest years, Esposito was a no-doubt Hall of Famer.

2. Ray Bourque

Bourque is beloved in Boston fan culture. His five James Norris trophy wins remain an iconic achievement.

1. Bobby Orr

Orr is one of the greatest hockey players of all-time and his legacy with the Bruins will likely go down in history as the best to ever do it.

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