“It was a roller coaster season for the Bruins,” Brickley said. “There were some good performances along some tough stretches of play.”
Marco Sturm took home the No. 3 spot with 28 points in the first half, while young goalie Tuukka Rask grabbed the second spot.
“When you play backup to the reigning Vezina trophy winner, you want to give the team a chance to win. Rask has done that and much more,” said Brickley.
The No. 1 spot belongs to none other than Patrice Bergeron, whom Brickley called the Bruins’ most complete player. Check out Brickley’s breakdown of the three in the video below.