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.
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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