On This Day In Bruins History: December 1st, 1924

(Photo Credit: NHL.com)

By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @00EvanMichael

Almost a century ago to the day, the Boston Bruins made hockey history with both a franchise first and an American first. And fittingly, it came on the first of the month — December 1st, 1924.

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On This Day In Bruins History: Bruins Franchise Begins

The Evolution of the Boston Bruins Sweater(Photo Credit: NHL.com)

By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @00EvanMichael

Day One. Original Six.

On November 2nd, 1924 — some 96 years ago today — the Boston Bruins officially began to operate as a professional hockey team in the NHL.

This came after New England grocery store chain magnate Charles Adams (not to be confused with hockey’s coveted coaching award named after Jack Adams) did the following

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The Bruins’ Art Ross: More Than A Trophy

By: Travis Bibb   |   Follow Me On Twitter @BruinsPreds 

Anyone who loves the modern iteration of professional hockey should be singing the praises of Art Ross every time they sit down to watch a game. Most NHL fans are familiar with Ross’ namesake trophy but lack a deeper appreciation of his contribution to the NHL in general. A man with a bevy of innovations credited to his name and solid

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