Glen Murray Has Had Most 30-Goal Seasons Among Bruins Players Since 1990-91 Season

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March 24, 2011

Drafted 18th overall by the Bruins in 1991, Glen Murray played for the Bruins in 10 seasons and had three 30-goal seasons.

Thursday’s The Four’s Trivia Question of the Day asked fans: Which Bruin has had the most 30-goal seasons since the 1990-91 season?

In 2001-02, Murray tallied 35 goals. He had a breakout season in 2002-03, scoring an impressive 44 goals, and he scored 32 goals in his final 30-plus season in 2003-04.

Thanks for playing the Four’s Trivia Question of the Day. Look for the trivia question on NESN.com before every Bruins home game.

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