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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.
Adams bewies ein glückliches Händchen, indem er Art Ross als General Manager anstellte. Ross blieb 30 Jahre bei den Bruins und war während dieser Zeit viermal als Trainer tätig. Zuerst bekam er aber den Auftrag einen Namen für das neue Team zu suchen. Adams schwebte etwas mit einem Tier vor, das Schnelligkeit, Beweglichkeit und Gerissenheit in sich vereinte. Als Farben hatte man sich bereits für braun und gold entschieden (1939 wurde aus braun dann schwarz). Bessie Moss, die für Adams und Ross das Büro führte und die Namenssuche verfolgt hatte, schlug „Bruins“ vor, im Englischen eine umgangssprachliche Bezeichnung für Braunbären[1]. Der Name fand die Zustimmung der Beiden.[2]
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.

Aus Washington waren mit Jim Carey, Anson Carter und Jason Allison drei junge Spieler gekommen. Während Carey enttäuschte, entwickelte sich Carter gut. Allison, der bei den Capitals als ewiges Talent galt, schaffte bei den Bruins den Durchbruch. Durch die schwache Vorsaison durften die Bruins beim NHL Entry Draft 1997 als Erste auswählen und holten mit Joe Thornton einen zukünftigen Star des Teams[11]. Doch anfangs tat er sich schwer, den Erwartungen gerecht zu werden. Neben Allison war Dmytro Chrystytsch Topscorer des Teams. Während man auf Thorntons Durchbruch wartete, spielte sich mit Sergei Samsonow ein anderer Rookie ins Rampenlicht.

Beim NHL Entry Draft 1979 holten die Bruins mit Ray Bourque einen Spieler, der sich zum Aushängeschild der Bruins entwickeln sollte[8]. Gleich in seiner ersten Saison mit den Bruins brachte er es auf 65 Punkte, mehr als je ein Verteidiger vor ihm in seiner ersten Saison erreicht hatte. Am 13. März 1980 ehrten die Bruins Johnny Bucyk, dessen Trikot mit der Nummer 9 gesperrt wurde. Topscorer in den frühen 1980ern war Rick Middleton, der als erster Spieler seit Phil Esposito über 50 Tore für Boston erzielen konnte.[9] Einen starken Einstand hatte Barry Pederson, der als Rookie mit 44 Toren eine Bestmarke für Rookies aufstellte. In der Saison 1982/83 holte man mit Pete Peeters einen neuen Torwart von den Philadelphia Flyers. Er blieb in 31 aufeinanderfolgenden Spielen ungeschlagen und hatte damit großen Anteil daran, dass die Bruins als bestes Team die reguläre Saison beendeten. In den Playoffs scheiterten sie jedoch an den zu dieser Zeit überragenden New York Islanders, die zum vierten Mal in Folge den Stanley Cup gewinnen konnten. Zur Saison 1983/84 führte die NHL bei einem Unentschieden in der regulären Saison wieder eine Overtime ein. Den ersten Sieg in der Nachspielzeit für die Bruins sicherte Rick Middleton. Erst als sechster Verteidiger der NHL-Geschichte erzielte Ray Bourque über 30 Tore in einer Saison.


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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?"
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Die Liga öffnete sich 1967 für sechs neue Teams und mit dem Wandel der Liga wandelte sich auch der ehemalige Prügelknabe zu einem Top-Team. Neben Bobby Orr, dem vielleicht besten Verteidiger der je in der NHL spielte, war eines der einseitigsten Tauschgeschäfte der NHL-Geschichte Grund für den schnellen Aufstieg. Von den Chicago Blackhawks waren Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge und Fred Stanfield gekommen[7]. Ein Jahr nach Orr wurde mit Derek Sanderson erneut ein Spieler aus Boston zum besten Rookie der NHL gewählt. Die Saison 1968/69 brachte eine Reihe von Rekorden: Esposito war der erste Spieler, der es in einer Saison auf über 100 Punkte brachte. Auch Bobby Orr übertraf die bisherigen Bestleistungen für Verteidiger. Mit 99 Punkten in der Saison 1969/70 stellten die Bruins eine bisherige Bestleistung ein. Nach einer souveränen Leistung in den Playoffs trafen sie in den Finals auf die St. Louis Blues. Die Blues waren das dritte Mal in Folge in der Endspielserie, doch wie schon in den beiden Vorjahren unterlagen sie auch gegen die Bruins in nur vier Spielen. So konnten die Bruins nach 29 Jahren den Stanley Cup endlich wieder nach Boston holen. Der erfolgreiche Trainer, Harry Sinden, verließ das Team nach diesem Erfolg.

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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.
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