April 20th, 2010 by

Today in Boston Bruins history: Ray Bourque

On April 21, 1991: Boston Bruins’ Hall-of-Fame defenseman Raymond Bourque registered an assist in a 3-2 win against the Montreal Canadiens at the old Montreal Forum to become Boston’s all-time leading playoff scorer. Bourque finished his career in Boston with 36 playoff goals; and his 125 assists, 161 points, and 180 playoff games are all Bruins’ club record.

The Bruins beat the Habs in that seven game series, 4-3. But then lost the following round to the Pittsburgh Penguins in six, 4-2.

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