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BOSTON BRUINS vs MAPLE LEAFS 4 25 TD Garden PLAYOFFS GAME 7 LEGENDS PASSES
BOSTON BRUINS vs MAPLE LEAFS 4 25 TD Garden PLAYOFFS GAME 7 LEGENDS PASSES

$1,200.00

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Champions Opening Night Aluminum Ticket
Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Champions Opening Night Aluminum Ticket

$49.99

Complete set 1994 95 Boston Bruins Full Tickets Final Season Boston Garden
Complete set 1994 95 Boston Bruins Full Tickets Final Season Boston Garden

$499.99

Boston Bruins  Minnesota Wild 2 AISLE tickets 3 25 2018 NHL
Boston Bruins Minnesota Wild 2 AISLE tickets 3 25 2018 NHL

$199.98

1965 66 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Derek Sanderson Debut
1965 66 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Derek Sanderson Debut

$449.99

1 Ticket Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
1 Ticket Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$609.39

2 Detroit Red Wings Tickets 12 13 17 vs Boston Bruins Section 228 Row 4
2 Detroit Red Wings Tickets 12 13 17 vs Boston Bruins Section 228 Row 4

$175.00

1941 42 Boston Bruins Ticket Pass FDR Declares War Frank Brimsek Vezina Throphy
1941 42 Boston Bruins Ticket Pass FDR Declares War Frank Brimsek Vezina Throphy

$449.99

2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$1,218.78

1994 95 Boston Bruins Commemorative Ticket Set Final Season Boston Garden SL
1994 95 Boston Bruins Commemorative Ticket Set Final Season Boston Garden SL

$65.00

1956 57 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Montreal Maurice Richard Larry Regan
1956 57 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Montreal Maurice Richard Larry Regan

$449.99

2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$730.38

BOSTON BRUINS UNUSED TICKETS 1994 1995 COMMEMORATIVE TICKETS 15 PK BOSTON GARDEN
BOSTON BRUINS UNUSED TICKETS 1994 1995 COMMEMORATIVE TICKETS 15 PK BOSTON GARDEN

$39.99

1954 55 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Offs Maurice Richards Fight
1954 55 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Offs Maurice Richards Fight

$449.99

2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$672.66

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Champions Opening Night Bronze Ticket Limited Edition
Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Champions Opening Night Bronze Ticket Limited Edition

$179.99

1955 56 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Offs Montreal Canadians Beliveau
1955 56 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Offs Montreal Canadians Beliveau

$449.99

4 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
4 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$3,663.00

BOSTON BRUINS TICKET 1994 THANKS FOR MEMORIES BOBBY ORR GAME 4 FULL TICKET
BOSTON BRUINS TICKET 1994 THANKS FOR MEMORIES BOBBY ORR GAME 4 FULL TICKET

$22.79

1937 Boston Bruins Play Off Vs Montreal Ticket Pass Schmidt Shore Cowley Clapper
1937 Boston Bruins Play Off Vs Montreal Ticket Pass Schmidt Shore Cowley Clapper

$449.99

4 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
4 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$2,419.80

BOSTON BRUINS LAST HURRAH ORIGINAL TICKET STUB AND PROGRAM
BOSTON BRUINS LAST HURRAH ORIGINAL TICKET STUB AND PROGRAM

$84.15

2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre
2 Tickets Toronto Maple Leafs vs Boston Bruins 2 24 18 Air Canada Centre

$1,831.50

1947 48 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Off Schmidt Brimsek Dumart Flaman
1947 48 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Off Schmidt Brimsek Dumart Flaman

$449.99

1948 49 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Off Schmidt Brimsek Dumart Flaman
1948 49 Boston Bruins Season Ticket Pass Play Off Schmidt Brimsek Dumart Flaman

$449.99



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Though they may not have won as many Stanley Cups as the Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, or Detroit Red Wings this original six franchise's history is every bit as rich. Grocery store tycoon Charles Adams convinced the NHL to grant him a franchise way back in 1923, and at the beginning of the 1924-25 season the Boston Bruins became the league's first USA-based expansion team.

Adams' first move was to hire former hockey star Art Ross, and it was Ross who named the club the Bruins. The team won their first game by a 2-1 score against the Montreal Maroons, and though they would eventually finish in last place that season they made an impact on the city, and hockey in Boston was there to stay.

The Bruins played 4 seasons in Boston Arena before making the move to the famous Boston Garden, which they would call home for almost seven decades.

The Bruins improved rapidly over their first few seasons and in 1929 (their first season in the Boston Garden) captured their first Stanley Cup. Such NHL legends as Dit Clapper, Tiny Thompson, Harry Oliver and Eddie Shore anchored that team. With such a bevy of stars the Bruins looked poised to become a hockey dynasty. The following season the Bruins would have the greatest season (percentage-wise) in NHL history, winning 38 out of 44 games (an .875 winning percentage), an NHL record which still stands to this day. However, much like the San Jose Sharks of today, they could not translate regular season success into a Stanley Cup, falling to the Montreal Canadiens - a team that has gone on to become their arch-nemesis - in the Stanley Cup Final.

During the 1930s Boston Bruins jerseys would go from brown and yellow to the contemporary black and gold color scheme we see today. More legendary stars would join the team, including Milt Schmidt, Bobby Bauer and Frank Brimsek (AKA Mr. Zero). The fresh blood would bring more Stanley Cup success to the Bruins and the team won the Stanley Cup in 1939 and again in 1941.

The 1941 cup victory would mark the beginning of a long drought for the Bruins. The team was forced to watch original six brethren Montreal Canadiens, Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Chicago Blackhawks win one Stanley Cup after another as years turned into decades without a silver chalice. In fact, it wouldn't be until 1970, almost three decades later, that the Bruins would finally capture their fourth Stanley Cup.

During that era the greatest player to ever pull on a Boston Bruins jersey came into the fold. Bobby Orr, who some argue is the greatest player in NHL history, patrolled the blue line for the Bruins, and Phil Esposito, Gerry Cheevers, Charlie Hodge, Wayne Cashman and Johnny Bucyk all joined him on what may be the greatest Bruins team ever assembled.

That 1969-70 season would culminate in Boston winning the Stanley Cup, sweeping the St. Louis Blues in 4 games . They would win the final game in overtime on a classic goal by Bobby Orr. The image of Orr flying through the air, arms raised in celebration after scoring the goal is one of the most famous in all of hockey.

The team would win the Stanley Cup again in 1972 - the 5th and final time in club history. After that, despite icing strong teams throughout the remainder of the 1970s the Bruins were overmatched by first the Philadelphia Flyers and later the Montreal Canadiens.

In the 1980s another great defenseman followed in the footsteps of Bobby Orr and Eddie Shore. The Bruins drafted Ray Bourque. Though not as flashy as Orr, Bourque was a pillar of strength on the blueline for the Bruins, and twice led the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Finals. Bourque would go on to become the highest scoring defenseman in NHL history, the bulk of his 1,579 career points coming in a Bruins sweater. Over the 80s and 90s the team would see other great stars like Cam Neely and Rick Middleton grace its roster, and while the team was no longer the Big Bad Bruins that had been so menacing under coach Don Cherry, they were still a punishing team to play against, particularly in the tiny confines of the Boston Garden.

In 1995 the Bruins finally departed the Garden, moving into a more modern facility with significantly less history and atmosphere, but with more ability to generate revenue. Originally dubbed the FleetCenter, the home of the current day Bruins is now the TD Garden.

Today's version of the Bruins is a team with plenty of potential. With stars like hulking defenseman Zdeno Chara, Milan Lucic, David Krejci, Nathan Horton and Tuukka Rask the team has a solid nucleus of defense, offense and goaltending. The trading of sniper Phil Kessel to the Toronto Maple Leafs also landed the Bruins the #2 overall draft pick in the 2010 draft. With that selection the Bruins took Tyler Seguin, a skilled forward who is pegged to be a superstar in the not-too-distant future. If Seguin can live up to the hype, and with more draft picks from the Kessel deal still to come the future looks very bright indeed for the Boston Bruins.