Which Bruins team is your all-time favorite?
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1989-90 Stanley Cup finalistsCam Neely (pictured) had the first of three 50-goal seasons in his career, netting a career-best 55 while also compiling 117 penalty minutes. Ray Bourque was his typically stellar self with 19 goals and 65 assists, and Bobby Carpenter (25), Craig Janney (24), and Bob Sweeney (22) all had more than 20 goals. In net, Andy Moog and Reggie Lemelin proved an outstanding tandem, and the Bruins won the Adams Division with 101 points.
After a memorable Game 1 of the Finals in which the Oilers beat the Bruins in triple overtime, the Bruins fell to Edmonton again, this time in five games. It stands as the Bruins' last appearance in the finals.