Zur Feier des 25-jährigen Bestehens der Bruins trugen die Bruins erstmals das noch heute bekannte B auf ihrem Trikot. Die Vereinsführung war mittlerweile auf den Sohn von Charles Adams, Weston Adams übergegangen, doch dieser war in finanziellen Schwierigkeiten. So konnte Walter A. Brown der Besitzer der Boston Celtics 1951 das Team übernehmen. Am 1. November 1952 wurde ein Spiel mit den Bruins im Fernsehen übertragen. Zwischen 1952 und 1958 erreichten die Bruins sechsmal die Playoffs, dreimal scheiterten sie in der ersten Runde an den Canadiens, in den anderen drei Jahren erreichten sie die Finals, wo sie jedes Mal auf die Canadiens treffen immer unterliegen. 1958 debütierte mit Willie O’Ree der erste Farbige in der NHL[6].
Ferner wurde im Januar 2004 die Nummer 8 von Stürmer Cam Neely gesperrt, der seine Karriere 1996 beendet hatte. In zehn Saisons führte er die Mannschaft siebenmal in erzielten Toren an und erzielte 1993/94 50 Tore in 44 Spielen. Nur Wayne Gretzky erreichte diese Marke in weniger Spielen. Jedoch wurde er nicht offiziell in die Liste der 50 Tore in 50 Spielen eingetragen, da das 50. Tor spätestens im 50. Saisonspiel der Mannschaft erzielt werden muss, Neely diesen Treffer jedoch erst im 66. Spiel seiner Mannschaft erzielte.
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