Nach der aufgrund eines Lockouts ausgefallenen Saison 2004/05 verpflichteten die Bruins mit Alexei Schamnow und Brian Leetch routinierte Spieler. Die größte Veränderung folgte im Laufe der Saison, als Joe Thornton an die San Jose Sharks abgegeben wurde. Im Gegenzug kamen der Deutsche Marco Sturm, Brad Stuart und Wayne Primeau. Für dieses Transfergeschäft erntete General Manager Mike O’Connell sowohl von den Medien als auch von den Fans herbe Kritik, da mit Thornton die langjährige Identifikationsfigur und der beste Spieler des Teams abgegeben wurde und die Bruins keinen gleichwertigen Ersatz erhalten hatten. Auch Sergei Samsonow wurde abgegeben. Der erhoffte Erfolg stellte sich nicht ein und das Team verpasste die Playoffs deutlich.
bad bad service with 2 girl at the counter gossiping at the counter the whole time I was there. It was a small cluttered mess and might be the worst Pro sports team official pro shops I have ever seen. The price however are market price which is good but, wow what an OCD person's nightmare in organization. I would hate to see this place on a game day.
Hier gibt es Caps der Boston Bruins für Fans, die den Boston Bruins in Wind und Wetter die Treue halten. Egal ob ihr eine Boston Bruins-Cap sucht, die Sportgeschichte atmet, oder eine Kappe aus der neuesten Kollektion, hier findet ihr das, was ihr sucht. Wir führen Snapbacks und reguläre Caps mit gebogenem Schirm, damit ihr euch für das Modell entscheiden könnt, das euch am besten gefällt. Mit einer Boston Bruins-Cap zeigt ihr, für welche Mannschaft euer Herz schlägt.
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.

Marisa Ingemi is a graduate of Boston University who has seven years experience covering hockey. She has covered hockey (and various other sports) at all levels, from the MIAA high school championships to the Beanpot to the Isobel Cup and Stanley Cup Playoffs, for the Newburyport Daily News, Boston Globe, The Sporting News, espnW, New England Hockey Journal, The Eagle Tribune, New Hampshire Union Leader, The Buffalo News, the Miami Herald, and more. Ingemi also covered professional and college lacrosse for numerous outlets and served as the play by play voice for the NWHL's Boston Pride and MLL's Boston Cannons before joining the Herald.
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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