Bob "Swoop" Sweeney
The Bruins drafted Bob "Swoop" Sweeney out of Acton-Boxboro high school. in 1982. He went on to a stellar 4-year career at Boston College, highlited by a 32-goals, 32 assist season (44 games) in 1984-85. That performance helped make him a second Team All Hockey Easy Selection.
Sweeney joined the Bruins in 1986-87 and went on to play six seasons with the club, appearing in a pair of Stanley Cup Finals (1988 and 1990). His best season came in 1989-90 (22-24-26)
Bob also had NHL stints with the NY Islanders and Buffalo Sabres. He is now Director of Development for the Bruins Foundation.