Orr would have played a more defensive game? Unfortunately, I was not alive to watch this era of hockey, but it seems that the general consensus is that those Bruins teams should have won more than 2 Cups. Obviously you don't tell Orr not to rush the puck or contribute to the offense, that would be insane, but what if he did it a little bit less? Even Orr couldn't help getting burned once in a while because he was up on offense. Most say he was one of, if not the best, defensive defenseman in the league. Would it have been better if he concentrated a little more on preventing goals and took less risks? After thinking about it, this mostly comes down to coaching. Should Orr's coaches have used him in a different/better way or do you just let a player like that do what he does? Would they have been able to get him to play another way if they wanted it? If this is not the answer, then what could they have done to win more Cups?