Nach einem enttäuschenden Start in das neue Jahrtausend erreichten die Bruins erst in der Saison 2001/02 wieder die Playoffs. Erstmals seit 1993 schaffte das Team um Joe Thornton, Sergei Samsonow, Brian Rolston und Glen Murray die Saison als Tabellenführer ihrer Conference zu beenden. Als beste Mannschaft der Vorrunde im Osten gelang es ihnen jedoch nicht, diese Leistung in den Playoffs fortzusetzen. In der ersten Runde scheiterten sie an den Montréal Canadiens. In der Saison 2002/03 kamen fünf unterschiedliche Torhüter zum Einsatz, von denen keiner überzeugte. Daher verpflichtete das Management zur Saison 2003/04 mit Félix Potvin einen erfahrenen Torhüter, der zu Beginn mit starken Leistungen überzeugte. Nachdem seine Leistungen im Laufe der Saison jedoch nachließen, rückte Nachwuchstorhüter Andrew Raycroft auf die Position des Stammtorhüters. Er zeigte die Leistung, welche man sich von Potvin versprochen hatte. Hierfür erhielt er am Ende der Saison die Calder Memorial Trophy als bester Rookie der NHL. Boston wurde erneut Divisionssieger, doch in den Playoffs scheiterte die Mannschaft in der ersten Runde abermals gegen die Montréal Canadiens.

In der Saison 1985/86 wurden die Bruins von Verletzungssorgen geplagt. Middleton, der in dieser Spielzeit das 400. Tor seiner Karriere erzielt hatte, wurde durch eine Gehirnerschütterung am Spielen gehindert. In der Verteidigung war die Not so groß, dass Assistenztrainer Mike Milbury für 22 Spiele in den Kader rückte. Nach Ende der Saison glaubte GM Sather, dass Barry Pederson schon am Anfang seiner Karriere seinen Zenit erreicht hatte und gab ihn an die Vancouver Canucks ab. Als Preis für den jungen Angreifer erhielten die Bruins mit Cam Neely einen weiteren Star[10] und ein Draftrecht, mit dem die Bruins mit Glen Wesley ihre Abwehr weiter stärken konnten. Neely war mit seinem körperbetonten Spiel ein Vorbild für eine ganze Stürmergeneration. Gleich in seiner ersten Saison belegte er hinter Bourque Platz zwei in der Scorerliste des Teams. Am 3. Dezember 1987 tauschte Ray Bourque sein Trikot mit der Nummer 7 gegen die Nummer 77, da man die 7 zu Ehren von Phil Esposito sperrte. Jay Miller stellte mit 302 Strafminuten einen Rekord bei den Bruins auf. In den Playoffs konnte man erstmals seit 45 Jahren eine Serie gegen die Montréal Canadiens gewinnen. So erreichten die Bruins wieder die Finals. Hier sorgte bei den Bruins vor allem ein Stromausfall im vierten Spiel für Aufsehen. Sportlich hatte man den Edmonton Oilers um Wayne Gretzky nichts entgegenzusetzen und unterlag, ohne ein Spiel zu gewinnen.
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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Wenig erfolgreich war dann dessen Nachfolger Buck Boucher er betreute das Team in der Saison 1949/50. Nachdem er mit seiner Mannschaft die Playoffs verpasste, endete sein Gastspiel nach nur einem Jahr. Mit Lynn Patrick holte Ross nun einen Mann, der sein Nachfolger werden sollte. 15 Jahre nach seinem Onkel Frank übernahm er das Team. Unter den Fittichen seines Vaters Lester Patrick hatte er lange bei den New York Rangers gespielt und als Trainer in deren AHL-Farmteam auch die ersten Erfahrungen hinter der Bande gesammelt.
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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.

It is pretty large and packed with Bruins and Celtics gear (sometimes one or two Patriots or Red Sox items). You can find all sorts of clothing, jerseys, toys, a wall of hats and caps, accessories and a variety of memorabilia. I think it's a pretty good collection. They also have areas sectioned off for ladies and children (less variety but still available).
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