Ed Harrison was born on July 25th, 1927, in Mimico, Ontario, Canada. He began playing as a 17-year-old forward for the St.Michael’s Buzzers (OHA-Jr. B) and quickly racked up 16 goals and 30 points in just 11 games during the 1944-1945 season. His stellar performance earned him a promotion to the St. Michael’s … Keep Reading
Born on March 5, 1918, in Ontario, Canada, Milt Schmidt was an icon in his days as a Boston Bruin. Schmidt is the only Bruins player in Boston franchise history to be a player, a coach, and general manager. He was also the only man to have his name on the Stanley … Keep Reading
Since so many of us hockey and Bruins fans are keeping our social distance during our current COVID-19 crisis, let’s take a look back at the “distant” past of our favorite franchise with a new feature series: “On This Day In Bruins History”!
On this day in 1940, @NHLBruins’ Milt Schmidt, Woody Dumart, and Bobby Bauer,
The big defenseman joined the Boston Bruins organization at the tail end of the 1944-45 season as he was close to the Boston area playing for the Boston Olympics. The Olympics played in the Eastern Hockey League and was one of the Bruins minor-pro affiliates that played close to … Keep Reading
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