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Hey Brad, how many current Bruins have played more than 260 but fewer than 320 NHL+AHL+IHL games?
Hey Brad, how many current Bruins have played more than 260 but fewer than 320 NHL+AHL+IHL games?

So yesterday, you of course read Sarah's piece on where the Bruins will probably play this upcoming lockout season if all of the jerks involved can't get it together. And they are all jerks. I decided I'd put together a list of who's eligible for AHL at what level based on all that. I listed all of the players on the Bruins website on the roster that had jersey numbers. Check it out:

Played more than 320 games (pick 5!)

  • Nathan Horton
  • Milan Lucic
  • Chris Kelly
  • Patrice Bergeron
  • Gregory Campbell
  • David Krejci
  • Daniel Paille
  • Rich Peverley
  • Marc Savard :(
  • Shawn Thornton
  • Trent Whitfield
  • Johnny Boychuk (202 NHL Games + 294 AHL Games = 496 Games)
  • Zdeno Chara
  • Andrew Ference
  • Adam McQuaid (158 NHL Games + 178 AHL Games = 336 Games)
  • Dennis Seidenberg

Played more than 260 but fewer than 320 (pick 1!)

  • Brad Marchand (173 NHL Games + 113 AHL games = 286)

Played fewer than 260 games (pick 12!)

  • Tyler Seguin (155 NHL games + 0 AHL Games = 155)
  • Lane MacDermid
  • Carter Camper
  • Jordan Caron
  • Craig Cunningham
  • Max Sauve
  • Ryan Spooner
  • Matt Bartkowski
  • Colby Cohen (3 NHL Games + 63 AHL Games = 66 Games)
  • Torey Krug
  • Kevin Kevan Miller
  • David Warsofsky

Who would you make your non-developmental skaters?