In fact, aside from being Bruins, they all share another trait in common, but I'll let you figure that out yourselves.
1. He was the first player to play more NHL games in a season than were scheduled.
2. Wayne Gretzky retired with 61 scoring records. He was the first player to break one of them.
3. This player originally signed with the Bruins for $2,800, a used car and a new wardrobe.
4. He holds the record for most stitches received in an NHL career
5. Outside of the NHL his hockey accomplishments include three Allan Cups and two trips to the Olympics.
6. Finish this quote “"You give me five guys named ________ I'll put my grandmother in the net and we'll beat all of them”
7. He asked to be traded, and was, after the Bruins GM at the time resigned.
8. As a coach he led his team to four Beanpot titles and was named US College coach of the year.
9. Retired second on the all-time list for both goals and points.
10. He scored his first career goal against Don Beaupre in his first career game, before going on a 16 game scoreless streak.
11. Complete this Foster Hewitt play-by-play "Mahovlich has a breakaway! He's at the Boston blue line. Only ______ between him and the goal. Big Frank dekes left. Now he shifts right, trying to sweep around the burly Boston defenseman . . . WHAMMO! `Uh-oh! ______ catches No. 27 with a wicked hip check. Frank does a cartwheel. Now _____ has the puck.”
12. After his playing career he would coach various teams to a total of 11 Ivy League Championships.
13. He was the first rookie to win the Hart Trophy.
14. He has the dubious honour of being the runner-up for a major NHL award the most amount of times without having ever actually won the award.
15. This Bruin was one-half of the first pair of brothers to play against each other in the Stanley Cup Finals.
16. He played LW on a line briefly called the Kitchener Kids.
17. According to Bobby Hull he “was the funniest player… ever.”
18. Prior to joining the Bruins he led the WCHL in scoring for four consecutive seasons.
19. He is a HHOFer despite only scoring one career goal in the NHL.
20. He has a movie credit in the film There’s Something About Mary.