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Goals Scored: 395
Goals Per Game: 0.26
Ray Bourque's 0.26 goals-per-game rate hardly compares to the other players on this list, but Boston's longest-serving captain simply cannot go unmentioned.
Bourque, of course, was a defenseman, which capped his offensive potential somewhat. However, he just so happens to be the most prolific scoring defenseman in the history of the game.
No. 77's 410 career goals make him the undisputed goal-scoring champ among blueliners.
In a career spanning more than two decades, Bourque deployed one of the game's most accurate shots. He won the accuracy shooting event at the All-Star Skills Competition eight times from 1990 to 2001, putting up perfect scores in the event twice.
Bourque's goal-scoring ability helped him win each of his six Norris Trophies.