This is the first and only time I've ever felt the need to review any place. I ordered a custom jersey back in early December and was told it would take 3-4 weeks. Well my first complaint was that the jersey was completed in the time frame, however, for some reason they didn't charge for shipping initially and didn't save my phone number so they had no way of letting me know it was ready to ship. When I finally called looking for it, they told me the story and put it in the mail. The jersey I received was awful. The lettering on the back was completely crooked and looked like a knock off. I got on the phone and the shop apologized and said if I sent it back, they would replace it. A month later, I was told my new jersey was in the mail. This time, individual letters were crooked, and one of the letters was a different color (gold vs. yellow). After playing phone tag with the shop yet again, I'm told my only options are to return the jersey for another one (third time's a charm?) or get my money back. I have multiple jerseys from the shop and none are even close to this bad. I even went as far as calling friends and looking at their similar jerseys from the last 2-3 years, and none compare to the ones that I was sent. For this kind of money, I find it to be a joke. I was nothing but patient with everyone there who tried to help me, assuming that it was because of the holidays that my initial jersey was messed up, but after 3 months and 2 botched jerseys, needless to say, I won't be spending my money at the the pro shop any more.
Mit Claude Julien wurde erneut ein neuer Trainer verpflichtet. Das Team um Savard, Sturm und Chara, in dem nun Manny Fernandez im Tor stand, erreichte in Saison 2007/08 als achtplatziertes Team knapp die Playoffs. In der ersten Runde traf das Team wieder auf die Montréal Canadiens und trotz einer ansprechenden Leistung unterlag die Mannschaft in sieben Spielen wie so oft gegen die Canadiens.
In den ersten Jahren war der Stanley-Cup-Sieger immer Gastgeber des All-Star-Games. Oft war der Titelverteidiger auch Gegner des All-Star-Teams. Erst als diese Regelung aufgehoben wurde, konnten die Bruins den Titel gewinnen und waren dann 1971 auch erstmals Ausrichter des Events. Nachdem man in eine neue Halle umgezogen war, wurde 1996 zum zweiten Mal das All-Star-Game nach Boston vergeben.
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Die 1960er Jahre begannen mit einem spielerischen Einbruch. Von 1960 bis 1967 waren die Bruins nur einmal nicht Letzter in der regulären Saison, doch die Unterstützung der Fans blieb ungebrochen. In der Saison 1960/61 vertrat Jerry Toppazzini in einem Spiel für fünf Minuten den verletzten Torhüter Don Simmons. Er war der letzte Feldspieler, der einen Torwart vertrat. Das Farmteamsystem der Bruins war nicht so ausgeprägt wie bei den anderen Teams. Mit Tommy Williams, der 1960 bei den Olympischen Spielen in Squaw Valley die Goldmedaille gewonnen hatte, stand 1962 der einzige amerikanische Spieler der NHL in den Reihen der Bruins. Mit 21 Toren stellte er einen Rekord für in den Vereinigten Staaten geborene Spieler auf. 1964, nach dem Tod von Walter A. Brown, kaufte Weston Adams die Bruins zurück und begann das Team zu erneuern. Mit Harry Sinden holte man aus dem Farmteamsystem einen neuen Trainer. In die letzte Saison der „Original Six“-Ära gingen die Bruins mit einem jungen Verteidiger, der die Fans der Bruins spüren ließ, dass das Herz der Mannschaft noch schlug.
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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