Who Was the Last Bruins Player to Lead the NHL in Fighting Majors?


Who Was the Last Bruins Player to Lead the NHL in Fighting Majors?When the Flyers come to town, there's one thing on Bruins fans' minds: fighting.

It just so happens that one of the year's biggest holidays, St. Patrick's Day, lands on the B's-Flyers March matchup. And if anyone has been in Boston for St. Paddy's Day, they know that a few Jameson and Guinness-fueled donnybrooks tend to break out.

Shawn Thornton, whose mother emigrated from Belfast, Ireland when she was a child, currently leads the NHL in fighting majors with 19. Thornton is a fan-favorite here in Boston because of his pugilistic ways as Black and Gold fans have loved their enforcers even before Gene Tunney defeated Jack Dempsey in "The Long Count Fight."

Many great brawlers have come and gone, but *who is the last Bruins player to lead the NHL in fighting majors?

*Player must have played for the Bruins for entire season, from start to finish.

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