Bruins history in the conference finals
1972: Bruins win the Stanley Cup
In 1972, led by coach Tom Johnson, the Bruins won their fifth and most recent Stanley Cup, their second in three years. But to get there, they had to sweep the St. Louis Blues in the conference finals. During the regular season, Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito combined for 250 points. Both had 24 points in 15 playoff games to carry the Bruins to a championship over the New York Rangers in six games.