1977-78 Stanley Cup finalistsDon Cherry's Bruins featured 11 players who scored 20 or more goals during the regular season, an NHL record. Terry O'Reilly, beloved for his physical play, had a career year, leading the Bruins in scoring with 90 points. Peter McNab, Stan Jonathan, Bobby Schmautz, Rick Middleton, Jean Ratelle, Wayne Cashman, Gregg Sheppard, Brad Park, Bob Miller, and Don Marcotte also scored at least 20 goals.. In addition to tough guys Jonathan and O'Reilly, bruisers like John Wensink and Mike Milbury made this one of the toughest teams in franchise history. The '78 Bruins would eventually lose to the Canadiens in the Cup finals, but not because they had "too many men on the ice." That fatal mistake would come the following year vs. Montreal in the semifinals.