In no particular order you have to have the '75-79 and '55-60 Habs in front of them. Plus the 80s Oilers. No question. But then it gets tough. Do they fall in fourth place? Or do the 80s Isles, or '90s Pens or even the 73-75 Flyers knock them off? Not to mention the Habs of the mid to late 60s. I'll put them fifth personally. I cant put them ahead of the Isles. But I dont think the 60s habs or the Pens or the Flyers would beat them. yes Philly beat the Bruins in '74 i know that and the Bruins only one two Cups in three years not even two in a row, but take that '71 Bruins teams, to me the best team that never won a Cup. If they win that its three in a row. And they could have easily won it '74, so that's 4/5. This is why I put them 5th. Keep in mind its not who was the better dynasty, because they only won twice, but its how good they were when they won the Cup. 1970: 99 Points, tied for 1st, won Cup 1971: 121 Points, 1st place, next closest was NYR at 109 1972: 119 Points, 1st place, won Cup This is a team that really should have won more Cups. The WHA helped tear this team apart after '72. But the names that do this roster are impressive. Orr, Esposito, Bucyk, Cashman, Cheevers, Hodge, Mckenzie, Stanfield, even back up goalie Eddie Johnston was impressive. Look at '71 for instance. they scored 399 goals, had the top foru scorers Espo, Orr, Buckyk, Hodge. And had 7/11 of the top scorers. Unfortunately they never won the Cup. But in '72 they were just as good with 119 points. had Orr and Espo leading the NHl in points and beat the rangers in the finals, the next best team. They are #5 on my list.