Zdeno Chara had a remarkable tenure with the Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League (NHL). He joined the Bruins in 2006 and quickly became a defining presence on the team. Chara's leadership and defensive skills were instrumental in the Bruins' success during his captaincy. He led Boston to a Stanley Cup championship in 2011, ending a 39-year championship drought for the franchise. During his time with the Bruins, Chara was known for his formidable shot-blocking, physicality, and exceptional penalty-killing abilities. He served as the team's captain for 14 seasons, making him one of the longest-serving captains in NHL history. His legacy in Boston is etched in the team's history as one of the franchise's all-time greats. In 2021, Chara signed with the New York Islanders, continuing his NHL career.