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Brad Marchand leads four Bruins ranked in NHL Network's Top 50 players

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106 goals. 154 assists. 260 points. 

That's what Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Pastrnak combined for last season, and you can see why they're sometimes referred to as the "Perfection Line."

So when the NHL Network decided to rank the Top 50 players in the league heading into the 2019-20 season, it's no surprise that all three members of the Bruins top line made the list.

On the heels of his first career 100-point season, Marchand led the way as NHL Network's No. 7 player, trailing only Connor McDavid, Nikita Kucherov, Sidney Crosby, Nathan MacKinnon, Patrick Kane, and Alex Ovechkin. Pretty elite company, to say the least.

Bergeron came in at No. 14, while Pastrnak ranked 25th. The rankings come on the heels of ESPN's listing of the league's best 50 players, and all three players ranked in the Top 25 there as well (Marchand — 15th, Pastrnak — 19th, Bergeron — 24th).

Tuukka Rask also cracked NHL Network's Top 50, coming in at No. 44, the fifth-highest goalie in the rankings.

Two former Bruins also ranked among the Top 50: No. 26 Tyler Seguin and No. 29 Blake Wheeler.

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