Johnny Bucyk, aka "The Chief", holds the Boston Bruins franchise record for goals scored. Bucyk scored 545 of his career 556 goals while wearing a Bruins uniform. The Bruins acquired Bucyk, and a player named Ca$h, from the Detroit Red Wings, in exchange for the legendary netminder, Terry Sawchuk. The Bruins were a fairly bad team in the 1960s, missing the play-offs in 8 straight seasons from 1959-60 to 1966-67. Eventually a kid named Bobby made the team and things started to change. The Bruins won Stnaley Cups in 1970 and 1972. Bucyk tied for the lead with 9 goals, in the 1972 play-offs. In 1971, Bucyk, at age 35, became the oldest player to ever score 50 goals in a season. A distinction he still holds. Bucyk still ranks in the NHL's top 25 for career games played, goals and points. Mr. Bucyk signed 3 of 3, c/o the Bruins Alumni. The middle card is a 1971 OPC, which now holds the distinction as being the oldest card in my TTM collection.