One of the NHL’s most dominant teams was nearly more so if not for Rick Middleton and the Boston Bruins. The Montreal Canadiens of 1976-77 set the standard for greatness in the sport, piling up 132 points and outscoring opponents by an aggregate of 216 goals, records that still stand. They opened … Keep Reading
When the NHL Bruins take the ice at TD Garden, the arena is filled with fans donning black and gold jerseys with the names of players that currently lace up the skates for Boston, but you can also see some jerseys with Bruins legends as well. When you look in the stands at an Alumni … Keep Reading
The dismissal of Bruce Cassidy after six years in the head coach’s role was met with disappointment from fans and seemed to be an omen that things were not entirely what they seemed to be inside the Bruins’ locker room. With that in mind, on July 1, Jim Montgomery was brought onboard and introduced … Keep Reading
Many right wings have laced up the skates and donned the Bruins’ sweater since the inception of the Original Six team in 1924. It’s arguably the position with the most successful, well-known Boston players.
Picking the all-time greatest right wing is not easy if you consider more than just scoring. However, the … Keep Reading
Since 1924, the Bruins have enjoyed years of success in the league, including winning six Stanley Cups. Having players to cheer for, like Hall of Fame Defensemen Bobby Orr and Ray Bourque, along with future Hall of Famers Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron, adds to the team’s history. Fans rallied behind bruisers like Terry O’Reilly, Stan … Keep Reading
Raymond Jean Bourque, born in Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada, on December 28th, 1960, is best known for being one of the best defensemen ever to play the game of hockey and a 21-year Boston Bruin. That’ll be where we spend most of our time for this article, but I’d like to give this retired hockey … Keep Reading
On December 7th, NHL Hall of Famer and former Bruins goaltender Gerry Cheevers will be turning 81. Cheevers played 12 seasons for Boston (1965-1972, 1975-1980) and won two Stanley Cups in 1970 and 1972. Toronto initially drafted Cheevers in 1961, but Boston acquired Chevers in 1965 in the Intra-League Draft. Throughout his 12 seasons … Keep Reading
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