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P.J. Axelsson: A Bruin Through and Through

Published by on April 23, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

When you think of star players on the Boston Bruins names that come to mind are guys like Marc Savard, Phil Kessel, Zdeno Chara, and Michael Ryder. Most people don't think about P.J. Axelsson.

Anders Per-Johan Axelsson usually abbreviated to P.J. Axelsson has played for the Bruins his entire career—he plays left wing for the Bruins. Axxelson is the longest tenured Bruins player, having played for them since 1997. P.J. was drafted 177th overall in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft.

In P.J.'s first season he played all 82 regular season games, finishing with eight goals and 19 assists. His best year point wise would come in 2002-2003 in which he ended up with 17 goals and 19 helpers.

While P.J....

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