Andy Brickley Has Most Career Goals of Any NHL Player Selected as Last Draft Pick Since 1970

Thursday's The Four's Trivia Question of the Day asked fans about the NHL version of Mr. Irrelevant. Of all players selected last overall in the NHL draft since 1970, which player has the most career goals?

The Bruins had the last pick of the 2010 in Zach Trotman from Lake Superior State, and the most successful Mr. Irrelevant since the 1970 draft also has a connection with the B's.

Not only did he play for the Boston club for four years, but he now serves as one of the announcers for the black and gold. You guessed it, it's Andy Brickley.

He may have been the last pick of the draft, but Brick recorded 82 goals in his NHL career, and also notched 140 assists.

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