Which Three Bruins Were the Last to Score at Least 30 Goals in the Same Season?


Which Three Bruins Were the Last to Score at Least 30 Goals in the Same Season?Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand have a chance to do the unthinkable.

And Milan Lucic has an outside chance at making the Black and Gold faithful's heads spin.

Seguin and Marchand entered Thursday night's game with 26 tallies apiece and are inching toward the ever-evasive 30-goal plateau with six games remaining. Lucic, at 24, still has a shot to get hot and bury six in six, as well (the big fella scored six goals in five games at the beginning of the season). Thirty goals may not seem like a lot to anyone outside New England professional hockey, but here in Boston, it's not the easiest mark to hit — at least not in recent years.

Since the beginning of the century, the B's have had trouble getting multiple snipers eclipse even the 25-goal mark, let alone 30. In fact, last season, Lucic led the team in goals when he was alone at the top with 30. During the 2009-10 season, Marco Sturm led the way with just 22 snipes.

Which three Bruins players were the last to score at least 30 goals in the same season?

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