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.
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Consisting of a comfortable 100% polyester double knit on front back and sleeves, and a polyester stretch knit on neck, NHL Fanatics Breakaway jersey features a soft hand stretch back neck taping on inside neck, authentic debossed dimple print shoulder yoke, and soft hand jock tag applied with zig zag edge stitch. Team embroidered front crest is a light...
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Zu Beginn der Saison 2001/02 wurde die Nummer 77 von Ray Bourque gesperrt, der von 1979 bis 2000 in Boston gespielt hatte und 15 Jahre deren Kapitän war. Kein Spieler hatte für die Bruins mehr Punkte erzielt als er. Zudem war er in 18 All-Star Teams und wurde fünfmal mit der James Norris Memorial Trophy als bester Verteidiger ausgezeichnet, doch mit den Bruins gewann er nie den Stanley Cup. Im Sommer 2001 gewann er nach seinem Wechsel zur Colorado Avalanche im letzten Spiel seiner Karriere den Stanley Cup.
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