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0 -- Non-goalies who had won the Calder Trophy and been a first-team All-Star in the same season before Ray Bourque did it in 1979-80. Ray Bourque
Ray Bourque hoisted the Stanley Cup after the final game of his career.
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5 -- Consecutive All-Star Game accurate shot titles won outright or shared by Bourque. He won eight overall.
6 -- Four-decade players in NHL history -- Bourque ('79-01), Gordie Howe ('46-80), George Armstrong ('49-71), Carl Brewer ('57-80), Bobby Hull ('57-80), Mark Messier ('79-present).
11 -- Bourque's NHL ranking in takeaways this season with 78.
25 -- Bourque's plus/minus rating this season, 13th-best in the NHL.
29:35 -- Minutes played by Bourque in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals. Only teammate Adam Foote (29:44) played more.
38.3 -- Percentage of Boston's 747 all-time players who were Bourque's teammates.
59 -- Bourque's point total his final season, tied for third most among NHL defenseman.
34:47:44 -- Total ice time by Bourque this season, seventh highest in the league.
77 -- Bourque's jersey number, which will be retired by the Avs and the Bruins next season. He will join Eddie Shore (2), Lionel Hitchman (3), Bobby Orr (4), Aubrey "Dit" Clapper (5), Phil Esposito (7), John Bucyk (9) and Milt Schmidt (15) as numbers retired by Boston. It will be the first number retired by the Avs since moving to Denver; the Nordiques retired the numbers of Peter Stastny (26), Marc Tardif (8), J.C. Tremblay (3) and Michel Goulet (16).
139 -- Playoff assists tallied by Bourque, the most by a defenseman, including six this postseason.
410 -- Bourque's record for most goals by a defenseman. Paul Coffey is second with 396.
832 -- Regular-season wins by Bourque's teams, the most of any player in history. Larry Robinson is second with 815.
1,169 -- Career assists by Bourque, the second most behind Wayne Gretzky's 1,963.
1,579 -- Career points scored by Bourque, the most by a defenseman and eighth-most overall.
1,878 -- Games played by Bourque before winning his first Stanley Cup.

All stats through the end of the 2000-01 NHL playoffs.

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