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Center - Patrice Bergeron
The 27-year-old Patrice Bergeron has already played eight seasons in Boston. Since joining the team as a teenager in 2003, Bergeron has become one of the best all-around players in the National Hockey League. In 2011-12 he led the league in plus-minus and was awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the league's best defensive forward. He helped lead Boston to the Stanley Cup in 2011, scoring two goals in the decisive game 7 victory over the Vancouver Canucks. Having served as an Alternate Captain for several seasons, Bergeron could someday succeed Zdeno Chara as Captain.
Left Wing - Aubrey "Dit" Clapper
Dit Clapper won the Stanely Cup in 1929, 1939, and 1941 during his 20 year career in Boston. A member of the famed "Dynamite Line" with Cooney Weiland and Dutch Gainor, he served as Captain from 1932 to 1938 and again from 1939 to 1946. He served as Boston's head coach for four seasons, including the last two seasons of his playing career. In 1947 the Bruins retired his number (5) and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Right Wing - Terry O'Reilly
The quintessential Big Bad Bruin, Terry O'Reilly is the franchise leader in career penalty minutes with 2095. Besides his rough and tumble style, O'Reilly was an outstanding forward. He ranks eighth in franchise history in points (606) and seventh in assists (402). He captained the Bruins from 1983 to 1985 before coaching the Bruins to three consecutive playoff appearances from 1986 to 1989. His number (24) was retired in 2002.