Der Umbau des Teams begann im Laufe der Saison 1975/76 unter Don Cherry, der mehr Härte in Bostons Spiel brachte. Für Esposito kamen von den New York Rangers mit Brad Park und Jean Ratelle ein starker Verteidiger und der Topscorer der kommenden Jahre. Bobby Orr konnte auf Grund einer Knieverletzung nur zehn Spiele bestreiten. Johnny Bucyk erzielte sein 500stes Tor. In die Saison 1976/77 gingen die Bruins ohne Orr, der nach Chicago gewechselt war. Auch Ken Hodge hatte das Team in Richtung New York Ranges verlassen. Für ihn kam mit Rick Middleton ein zukünftiger Star. Mit Matti Hagman stand erstmals ein Spieler im Kader der Bruins, der in Europa das Eishockeyspielen gelernt hatte. Die Bruins erreichten die Finals, unterlagen dort aber den Canadiens. Erstmals in der Geschichte der NHL schaffte es Terry O’Reilly in der Saison 1977/78 mit über 200 Strafminuten unter die besten 10 Scorer der NHL. Nur ein Playoffspiel hatten die Bruins vor den Final verloren, doch erneut war dort Montreal ein zu starker Gegner. Am 9. Januar 1979 ehrten die Bruins Bobby Orr, indem sie sein Trikot mit der Nummer 4 nie mehr vergeben. Im Halbfinale schieden die Bruins wieder gegen ihren Angstgegner aus Montreal aus. Ein Wechselfehler in der Nachspielzeit des siebten Spiel war für das Ausscheiden verantwortlich. General Manager Harry Sinden entließ daraufhin Trainer Cherry.
Came in the other day just to check out the store as I had time to kill in the area. Place seemed pretty clean, everything seemed in order and there wasn't any clutter. Store seemed short staffed as there seemed to be only one guy on the floor and one girl at the register. The guy on the floor, Tom, was really helpful and friendly. Ended up walking away with some good clearance items!
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.
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I've always had good luck at the Pro Shop.  All the licensed products are expensive everywhere, so that isn't a shock.  If you're a Bruins or Celtics fan it more than likely has what you're looking for.  I don't recall the help here being rude, I think that bad review just caught them on a bad day.  It's always a mob scene in here on a game day, so your best bet is to swing by on a day when the B's or C's aren't at the Garden.
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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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