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Bobby Orr: A Career Cut Too Short

Published by on April 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Robert Gordon "Bobby" Orr born March 20, 1948 is considered one of the greatest players to ever play in the NHL. Orr played 10 seasons for the Boston Bruins and a brief two years with the Chicago Black Hawks although he didn't play much for the Blackhawks seeing as he was injured for most of his time there.

Bobby Orr began his NHL career in Boston in 1966. In his first season he finished with 13 goals and 28 assists. He would go on to win the Calder Memorial Trophy that year awarded to the best rookie in the league. In Orr's second season he finished with only 11 goals but after this he would never go below 20 goals scored again.

Orr's breakout season ...

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