10. Patrice Bergeron
One of the most beloved members of Boston’s professional sports community, Bergeron has awed Boston crowds since his rookie debut in 2003. Beyond his Selke Trophy as the league’s best two-way forward in 2012, his two goals in Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup-clinching victory in Vancouver and his 411 points over the last 10 years, the assistant captain’s legacy was cemented during the Bruins’ 2013 playoff run. Bergeron scored the game-tying and overtime game-winning goals in a spectacular Bruins comeback in Game 7 of the opening-round series against Toronto, then played through a multitude of injuries in the Stanley Cup Final against the Blackhawks, including a punctured lung.