2011 Stanley Cup: The 5 Most Important Players in the Boston Bruins' Title Run

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2011 Stanley Cup: The 5 Most Important Players in the Boston Bruins' Title Run
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The Boston Bruins are the 2011 Stanley Cup champions after defeating the Vancouver Canucks in an exciting seven-game series. 

In every title run, in any sport, there are players who take their talents to another level and perform to the best of their ability to help their team win it all. 

For the Bruins, there are several players who took their game to a new level and were instrumental in bringing the city of Boston its first Stanley Cup in 39 years. 

From goalie Tim Thomas to captain and top defenseman Zdeno Chara, the Bruins received important contributions from nearly every player on the roster on their way to winning the Cup.

Let's look at the five players who had the biggest impact on the Bruins run to the 2011 Stanley Cup title, starting with Brad Marchand.

Nicholas Goss is a Boston Bruins featured columnist for Bleacher Report and was the organization's on-site reporter for the Stanley Cup Finals in Boston. Follow him on Twitter for Bruins playoff news and analysis.  

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