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Where are they now?: 1989-'90 Boston Bruins

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Where are They Now?

Mike Milbury (Head Coach): Hockey Analyst for several TV broadcasts including NESN and NBC

Gord Kluzak: In-Studio Analyst for NESN's Bruins broadcasts and Vice President of the investment firm Goldman Sachs

Lyndon Byers: On-Air Radio Personality for WAAF's Hillman Morning Show

Cam Neely: President of the Boston Bruins

Bob Beers: Radio Color Commentator for 98.5 FM The Sports Hub's broadcasts of Bruins games

Andy Brickley: TV Color Commentator for NESN's broadcast of Bruins games, as well as occasional nationally televised games on Versus

Ray Bourque: Co-Owner of the Italian restaurant Tresca in the North End

Bob Sweeney: Director of Development for The Boston Bruins Foundation; Coaches for the Valley Junior Warriors youth program

Glen Wesley: Director of Defensemen Development for the Carolina Hurricanes

Andy Moog: Former Goaltending Coach and Assistant Coach for the Dallas Stars. Moog suffered a heart attack in December 2010 and is currently re-gaining his health.

Don Sweeney: Assistant General Manager of the Boston Bruins

Reggie Lemelin: Former Goaltending Coach for the Philadelphia Flyers

Craig Janney: Currently resides in the Phoenix, AZ area; Works as a commentator for NESN's Hockey East college hockey broadcasts

Randy Burridge: Resides in the Las Vegas, NV area; Works for a company that coordinates fundraising efforts for non-profit organizations; Still inspiring Rene Rancourt with his "Stump Pump".

Stephane Quintal: Involved in business ventures in the health and fitness industry.

Garry Galley: Works for CBC's Hockey Night in Canada; Owns a company that runs youth hockey camps in Ottawa, ON.

Ken Linseman: Still resides in the Boston area and owns a commercial real estate development firm; Can often be seen surfing at Hampton Beach.

Dave Poulin: Vice President of Hockey Operations for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Bobby Carpenter: Works as a scout for the Toronto Maple Leafs

John Carter: Career cut short due to an eye injury; Works for a mental health facility on the North Shore; In 2004, John Carter's estranged 12-year-old daughter and the child's mother were killed inside their Woburn home.

Wes Walz: After retiring from Minnesota Wild in 2007, Walz served as an Assistant Coach with the Tampa Bay Lightning from 2008 to 2010; Current volunteer coach of his son's high school team in Minnesota

Dave Christian: Resides in Minnesota; Inducted into U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame

Mike Millar: Played 10 seasons in Germany before retiring in 2002

Nevin Markwart: President/CEO of Canoe Financial in Calgary, Alberta

Brian Lawton: Former NHL player agent; Former GM of the Tampa Bay Lightning; Currently looking for a job as an NHL GM; Resides in Minnesota

Brian Propp: Resides in the Philadelphia area; Vice President of a consulting firm

Bruce Shoebottom: Resides in Maine; Works for an electric company

Jarmo Kekalainen: GM of Finnish hockey team Jokerit (Former Bruin Petteri Nokelainen and Former BC standout Ben Eaves played for Jokerit this season).

Bob Joyce: Director of Flight Operations for a pilot training academy in Florida

Greg Johnston: Policeman in Barrie, ON

Ron Hoover: Played just 18 games in the NHL, but had a long minor league career before retiring in 1998

Greg Hawgood: Coached junior hockey after retiring from pro hockey

Bobby Gould: Teacher and Farmer in Ontario

Allen Pedersen: Retired from pro hockey in 1995

Jim Wiemer: Resides in the Rochester, NY area; Was inducted into the Rochester Americans Hall of Fame in 2010

Peter Douris: Resides in York Beach, Maine; Works as a real estate agent

Lou Crawford: Played just 26 games in the NHL; Retired from pro hockey in 1994; Went on to coach in the OHL and AHL; brother of Marc Crawford

Billy O'Dwyer: The BC alum and Southie native never played another game in the NHL; Retired from pro hockey in 1992; Owns a liquor store in Braintree

Rob Cimetta: Was working for Morgan Stanley in the South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2011, but was able to evacuate the building and survive; He now works in real estate development in Toronto.

Graeme Townshend: The Kingston, Jamaica native is now the skating coach for the Toronto Maple Leafs

Ray Neufeld: Assistant GM/Assistant Coach of the Winnipeg Blues of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League

John Blum: Served as an assistant coach with several minor league teams in the Detroit area; Fun Fact (according to Wikipedia): He played high school hockey with Dave Coulier of "Full House" fame; In 2005, Blum was suspended for 10 games by the UHL for allegedly placing a bounty on a player's head.

Michael Thelven: Has represented Swedish-born NHL players as an agent; Owns a pharmaceutical company; Has worked for European television network Canal + as a commentator

John Byce: Works in commercial real estate in Wisconsin