Being that I love hockey, I came in the other day to make sure I was asking my parents for the correct jersey size for Christmas. You see, I asked for a Milan Lucic jersey this year and I want it to fit me despite the fact that they are all designed to be worn by the menfolk. Of course, my parents response was, "What the hell is a Milan Lucic and why do you want him for Christmas?"
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Fanatics isn't just our name. It's who we are—loyal, passionate fans, dedicated to our favorite teams and to the sports we love. That's why we're honored to be able to offer fans the world's largest collection of official sports apparel from all the leagues, teams and players you love. We feature a wide selection of gear from every league, including NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and NCAA merchandise, which allows us to serve fans of football, baseball, hockey, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, golf, and everything else that gets your heart pumping. We're bringing more athletes to fans than anyone else, so check out our Fanatics Presents tickets for upcoming meet-and-greet opportunities, autograph signings and intimate fan experiences. At Fanatics, we're more than just a sport store, we're fans who have been there through the biggest upsets and the most epic moments, and we cherish the opportunity to help create unforgettable memories. Celebrate your pride and passion with us, where you can always find sports merchandise that'll have you wearing your heart on your sleeve.
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Being that I love hockey, I came in the other day to make sure I was asking my parents for the correct jersey size for Christmas. You see, I asked for a Milan Lucic jersey this year and I want it to fit me despite the fact that they are all designed to be worn by the menfolk. Of course, my parents response was, "What the hell is a Milan Lucic and why do you want him for Christmas?"
Verteidiger Ray Bourque und Angreifer Cam Neely waren danach die einzigen Spieler der Bruins, die sich mit ihren Leistungen für die Hockey Hall of Fame empfehlen konnten. Von 1979 bis 2000 spielte Bourque in Boston und wurde im Laufe seiner Karriere in 18 All-Star Teams berufen und fünfmal als bester Verteidiger ausgezeichnet. Seinen einzigen Stanley Cup konnte er aber nicht mit den Bruins gewinnen, sondern erst 2001 kurz vor seinem Karriereende bei den Colorado Avalanche. Cam Neely spielte für Boston von 1986 bis 1996 und spielte als Torjäger eine wichtige Rolle in der Mannschaft. Dreimal erzielte er mindestens 50 Tore, führte die Mannschaft siebenmal in Toren an und war eine wichtige Stütze der Mannschaft beim Einzug ins Stanley Cup-Finale 1990. 1993/94 erzielte er sein 50. Saisontor im 44. Spiel. Nur Wayne Gretzky hatte dieser Marke in der NHL schneller erreicht gehabt.
Fanatics isn't just our name. It's who we are—loyal, passionate fans, dedicated to our favorite teams and to the sports we love. That's why we're honored to be able to offer fans the world's largest collection of official sports apparel from all the leagues, teams and players you love. We feature a wide selection of gear from every league, including NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and NCAA merchandise, which allows us to serve fans of football, baseball, hockey, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, golf, and everything else that gets your heart pumping. We're bringing more athletes to fans than anyone else, so check out our Fanatics Presents tickets for upcoming meet-and-greet opportunities, autograph signings and intimate fan experiences. At Fanatics, we're more than just a sport store, we're fans who have been there through the biggest upsets and the most epic moments, and we cherish the opportunity to help create unforgettable memories. Celebrate your pride and passion with us, where you can always find sports merchandise that'll have you wearing your heart on your sleeve.
Bill Barber | Bob Probert | Bobby Clarke | Bobby Hull | Bobby Orr | Brett Hull | Cam Neely | Chris Chelios | Dave Schultz | Dino Ciccarelli | Eric Lindros | Gordie Howe | Joe Sakic | Mario Lemieux | Mark Messier | Martin Brodeur | Mats Sundin | Maurice Richard | Mike Bossy | Mike Modano | Neal Broten | Nicklas Lidstrom | Patrick Roy | Paul Coffey | Pavel Bure | Pavel Datsyuk | Peter Forsberg | Phil Esposito | Ray Bourque | Rob Blake | Ron Hextall | Stan Mikita | Steve Yzerman | Teemu Selanne | Wayne Gretzky

Der Umbau des Teams begann im Laufe der Saison 1975/76 unter Don Cherry, der mehr Härte in Bostons Spiel brachte. Für Esposito kamen von den New York Rangers mit Brad Park und Jean Ratelle ein starker Verteidiger und der Topscorer der kommenden Jahre. Bobby Orr konnte auf Grund einer Knieverletzung nur zehn Spiele bestreiten. Johnny Bucyk erzielte sein 500stes Tor. In die Saison 1976/77 gingen die Bruins ohne Orr, der nach Chicago gewechselt war. Auch Ken Hodge hatte das Team in Richtung New York Ranges verlassen. Für ihn kam mit Rick Middleton ein zukünftiger Star. Mit Matti Hagman stand erstmals ein Spieler im Kader der Bruins, der in Europa das Eishockeyspielen gelernt hatte. Die Bruins erreichten die Finals, unterlagen dort aber den Canadiens. Erstmals in der Geschichte der NHL schaffte es Terry O’Reilly in der Saison 1977/78 mit über 200 Strafminuten unter die besten 10 Scorer der NHL. Nur ein Playoffspiel hatten die Bruins vor den Final verloren, doch erneut war dort Montreal ein zu starker Gegner. Am 9. Januar 1979 ehrten die Bruins Bobby Orr, indem sie sein Trikot mit der Nummer 4 nie mehr vergeben. Im Halbfinale schieden die Bruins wieder gegen ihren Angstgegner aus Montreal aus. Ein Wechselfehler in der Nachspielzeit des siebten Spiel war für das Ausscheiden verantwortlich. General Manager Harry Sinden entließ daraufhin Trainer Cherry.
The staff at Boston ProShop are AMAZING! I took my little brother in the store after he was upset th...at his friend received a puck from the ice and he did not. I purchased a puck without him knowing and one of the staff members Brian went above and beyond to give it to my brother and play along and say it was a puck off the ice. He told my brother he just shagged it for him and my brother was ecstatic! He was so kind to him and it really made his day. See More
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