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Where have all the goals gone?

The lost art of scoring goals, Ray Bourque and Shjon Podein take a ride on the Zamboni.

Updated: October 23, 2003, 4:05 PM ET
By John Buccigross | Special to ESPN.com

During the 1968-69 season, the Boston Bruins, led by revolutionary Bobby Orr, did something no other team in NHL history had done to that point -- they hit 300.

Actually, 303 goals, to be exact, in a 76-game regular season. Two seasons later, Orr matured into a 22-year-old man and the B's exploded for 399 goals in 78 regular-season games. That was Orr's implausible 37-goal, 102-assist season as a DEFENSEMAN!

Hockey was going through a revolution. The shots were flying faster and, ...

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