David Krejci, a native of the Czech Republic, made a much-anticipated return to the Boston Bruins this season after spending time away playing in his home country. Krejci’s journey back to the NHL has not been as steady as earlier in his career, but he has revitalized the Bruins’ secondary scoring since … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins Alumni have been around for more than 50 years, and each of the players on the roster has either skated in at least one game for the Boston Bruins, the Providence Bruins, or they have been made an honorary member. There are more than 40 players that are involved … Keep Reading
Welcome back to this series of articles where I pick players that have played for the Bruins in the last ten to 15 years and decide if I think they should or could have their numbers retired someday. If you missed part one of this series, check that out before you read this one… Keep Reading
The Bruins have had many legendary players over the history of the franchise. From Bobby Orr to Cam Neely to Ray Bourque, some of the best and most well-known names in the history of hockey have pulled on the black and gold of the Bruins. As the team plans for … Keep Reading
It’s another Tuesday which means the Maine Mariners, the ECHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins, have a player signing to announce! Today it’s a defenseman with ECHL experience in Marc-Olivier Duquette. Duquette, 23, is from Chateauguay, Quebec, the same hometown as last Tuesday’s signing Pascal Laberge.
Known more as a stay-at-home defenseman, Duquette turned pro … Keep Reading
William Barry Ashbee was born on July 28th, 1939, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Barry began playing in juniors as a 17-year-old defenceman for the Barrie Flyers (OHA-Jr.) in 1956. After his freshman year, Barry was assigned to the junior ‘B’ league and suited up for the Lakeshore Bruins (OHA-B) from 1957-1958. Following his … Keep Reading
By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
The National Hockey League announced Thursday that the Willie O’Ree’s No. 22 will be retired by the Boston Bruins on Jan. 18, 2022 – exactly 64 years after O’Ree broke the NHL’s color barrier. The ceremony was originally set to take place on Feb. 18 before Boston’s game against the New Jersey Devils at TD Garden.
On January 18, 1958, Willie O’Ree made his debut not only as a member of the Boston Bruins but also being the first black hockey player in the National Hockey League. That night the Bruins beat Montreal 3-0. In the 1957-58 season, O’Ree only played in two games and then returned for the 1960-61 season. In his two … Keep Reading
By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj
Earlier today, former Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, and Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman as well as 2011 Stanley Cup winner, Adam McQuaid has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey.
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