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The Boston Bruins are a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League (the NHL). The Boston Bruins play in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference with four other teams: the Buffalo Sabres, the Montreal Canadiens, the Ottawa Senators, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Bruins tickets will be a hot item during the 2014-2015 NHL hockey schedule.
Boston Bruins 2014-2015 Outlook
The loss of Iginla hurts, but this is still the East’s best team, and maybe by a long way. No team is better at taking away the other team’s top threat, thanks to the Bruins’ holy trinity of center Patrice Bergeron, defenseman Zdeno Chara, and reigning Vezina winner Tuukka Rask. And unlike other strong defensive teams, Boston can actually put the puck in the net, too.
Their cap situation is still tight, and with some good young players emerging from rookie deals, they may not be able to keep the core together much longer. But for now, they’re a powerhouse … for one more year, at least.
The Boston Bruins franchise was originally founded in 1924 and was the first American based franchise in NHL history. The Boston Bruins are one of the Original Six teams in the NHL – along with the New York Rangers, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Detroit Red Wings, the Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Blackhawks. The Boston Bruins won their first Stanley Cup title in 1928-1929 after 5 straight wins during the NHL playoffs (3 wins over the Montreal Canadiens and 2 wins over the New York Rangers). The Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 1939 (4-1 over the Toronto Maple Leafs) and in 1941 (4-0 over the Detroit Red Wings). The Boston Bruins would go almost 30 years before appearing in another Stanley Cup Finals. The Boston Bruins defeated the St. Louis Blues 4-0 in the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals to record the franchise’s 4th Stanley Cup title. And in 1972, the Boston Bruins defeated the New York Rangers 4-2 to capture the franchise’s 5th and final Stanley Cup title. From 1967 through 1996, the Boston Bruins advanced to NHL post-season play each and every year. During the 1980’s, the Boston Bruins were led by the likes of Ray Bourque, Cam Neely, Keith Crowder, Bob Sweeney, Craig Janney, Bobby Carpenter. The Boston Bruins advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1988 and 1990, but each year, the talented Bruins were defeated by the more talented Edmonton Oilers who were led by the great Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and Paul Coffey.
The Boston Bruins have retired the following players’ numbers: Eddie Shore’s #2 (retired on January 1, 1947); Lionel Hitchman’s #3 (retired on February 22, 1934); Bobby Orr’s #4 (retired on January 9, 1979); Aubrey Clapper’s #5 (retired on February 12, 1947); Phil Esposito’s #7 (retired on December 3, 1987); Cam Neely’s #8 (retired on January 12, 2004); Johnny Bucyk’s #9 (retired on March 13, 1980); Milt Schmidt’s #15 (retired on March 13, 1980); Terry O’Reilly’s #24 (retired on October 24, 2002); Ray Bourque’s #77 (retired on October 4, 2001); and Wayne Gretzky’s #99 (retired league-wide by the NHL on February 6, 2000).
Boston Bruins TV/Radio
All Boston Bruins hockey games can be seen on New England Sports Network. ESPN also has television rights to Boston Bruins games based on the popularity of the game. Tune into WBZ 98.5 on your FM dial to catch each Boston Bruins hockey game on the radio.
The Boston Bruins play their home games in TD Garden. The TD Garden (previously the Shawmut Center, the FleetCenter, and the TD Banknorth Garden; nicknamed the Boston Garden and The Garden) is a multi-purpose arena in Boston, Massachusetts. It is named after its sponsor, TD Bank, a subsidiary of Canada’s Toronto-Dominion Bank.
TD Garden is the home arena for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League and Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association. It is owned by Delaware North, whose CEO, Jeremy Jacobs, also owns the Bruins. It is the site of the annual Beanpot college hockey tournament, and hosts the annual Hockey East Championships. The arena has also hosted many major national sporting events including the 1999, 2003, and 2009 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball regional first and second rounds, the 2009 and 2012 Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight, the 1998 Frozen Four, the 2004 Frozen Four, the 2014 United States Figure Skating Championships, the 2006 Women’s Final Four, and it will host the 2015 Frozen Four. It hosted games 3, 4, and 6 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals and the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals for the Bruins, and games 1, 2, and 6 of the 2008 NBA Finals and games 3, 4, and 5 of the 2010 NBA Finals for the Celtics.
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