In den ersten dreißig Jahren der Bruins war Art Ross die dominierende Figur im Klub. Er agierte in den ersten Jahren als Cheftrainer und General Manager. Nachdem er sein Team 1928 zum ersten Stanley Cup-Gewinn geführt hatte, holte er mit Cy Denneny einen erfahrenen Spieler, der als Spielertrainer als sein verlängerter Arm auf dem Eis fungierte. Der Plan ging auf und die Bruins verteidigten ihren Titel. Nachdem Denneny nach dieser Saison seine Karriere beendete, übernahm Ross erneut den Platz hinter der Bande. Nach vier weiteren Jahren als Trainer holte er mit Frank Patrick, dem Bruder von Lester Patrick, einen sehr erfahrenen Mann als Trainer. Er blieb zwei Jahre bei den Bruins und übergab danach an Art Ross zurück. Die dritte Trainerphase von Ross dauerte drei Jahre. In fünfzehn Jahren hatte Ross einige Spieler im Kader, mit denen er ein sehr vertrautes Verhältnis hatte. Einer von ihnen war Cooney Weiland. Nachdem er seine aktive Karriere beendet hatte, bekam er von Ross den Trainerposten übergeben. 1941 führte er die Bruins zu ihrem dritten Stanley Cup. Nach diesem Erfolg kehrte Ross zum vierten und letzten Mal hinter die Bande zurück. Vier Jahre blieb er dieses Mal und wieder war es mit Dit Clapper ein ehemaliger Spieler, dem er das Team anvertraute.
The Boston Bruins Proshop has been providing official NHL clothing, memorabilia, and gifts to fans at the team’s home in TD Garden, along with serving the fans of the Boston Celtics. Business at the Proshop ebbs and flows with the fans –periods of quiet punctuated by game days with massive sales. Managing inventory and replenishment is a challenge, considering the constant need to stay tuned to trends and respond to them immediately. The Proshop needed a retail management solution that could cope with rapid sales volumes, optimize their inventory, and be easily deployed at temporary store locations.
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My dad bought me and the boy Celtics shirts right after the championship (go Celts!).  The boy's was waaaayyyyy too big, and we happened to be in town.  So, we traipsed over here to exchange it, receipt in hand.  Well, first off, the store was closed for inventory so they only had a small kiosk in North Station.  I handed over the receipt and explained the situation to the clerk.  He stated that they no longer had that shirt because it was a special one for the Championship, so it couldn't be exchanged.  I said that was fine--we would do what any other store does for an exchange and pick something else out and, if the second item is more expensive, just pay the difference.  He stated that was impossible because they have a 14 day return policy and the 14 days was up YESTERDAY.
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bad bad service with 2 girl at the counter gossiping at the counter the whole time I was there. It was a small cluttered mess and might be the worst Pro sports team official pro shops I have ever seen. The price however are market price which is good but, wow what an OCD person's nightmare in organization. I would hate to see this place on a game day.
I've always had good luck at the Pro Shop.  All the licensed products are expensive everywhere, so that isn't a shock.  If you're a Bruins or Celtics fan it more than likely has what you're looking for.  I don't recall the help here being rude, I think that bad review just caught them on a bad day.  It's always a mob scene in here on a game day, so your best bet is to swing by on a day when the B's or C's aren't at the Garden.
1947 wurden mit Eddie Shore und Dit Clapper die ersten ehemaligen Spieler der Boston Bruins für ihre Verdienste und Leistungen in die Hockey Hall of Fame aufgenommen. Shore, ein offensiver Verteidiger, gehörte in den dreißiger Jahren zu den dominierenden Verteidigern, gewann zweimal den Stanley Cup und wurde viermal als wertvollster Spieler mit der Hart Memorial Trophy ausgezeichnet. Clapper war der erste Spieler der NHL, der 20 Saisons in der Liga verbracht hatte. Neben mehreren Berufungen in die All-Star Teams feierte er drei Stanley Cup-Siege mit den Boston Bruins.

Die Saison 2006/07 begannen die Bruins schwach, stabilisierten sich aber in den nächsten Monaten etwas. Im Dezember gab Phil Kessel bekannt, dass bei ihm Hodenkrebs diagnostiziert wurde, doch bereits im Januar kehrte er aufs Eis zurück. Sportlich verlief die Saison nach dem Jahreswechsel enttäuschend, woran auch einige Spielertransfers nichts änderten. Am Ende der Saison stand Boston auf dem letzten Platz der Division.
A huge upgrade from the old ProShop if you're a Boston fan or Boston resident. The old one used to be a very small, very tight shop in the North Station commuter rail terminal (I still sort of miss it). The new location may be hard to find for some - it is located upstairs on the 2nd floor. You can take the elevators up then take a left when you get off or take the open escalators (on the side that the bar restaurant is on). Parking can be difficult around the area, but it is obviously train accessible (being at a commuter rail and MBTA stop).
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