Gerry Cheevers - "Cheesy" painted stitches
on his mask every time he was hit with a puck. He was a big part of the Bruins' success in the 1970's.
Tim Thomas - the Bruins' current star goalie.
They kept saying they needed a #1 goaltender, and he proved he was it!
Zdeno Chara, 6'9" tall - this is what
happens when you run into the "Big Z", the biggest man in the league!
Don't mess with "Big Z"
The Bruins as Stanley Cup Champions in 1970! Now
we celebrate again!
"The Goal" that led to this team picture
Now 6 Stanley Cups in their history.
1929, 1938, 1941, 1970, 1972
And now...2011 Champions!
A collage of the Bruin greats, everyone from
Orr to O'Reilly, Bucyk to Bourque, Esposito to Neely. If they could have all these guys together now, they'd be
Bobby Orr Hall Of Fame
Of course, what Bruins page would be complete without
the greatest player ever to lace on a pair of skates......the incomparable #4....Bobby Orr! The only defenceman in NHL
history to have ever won the Art Ross trophy for the league scoring title...and he did it not once...but TWICE!
|Probably the most famous photo in hockey
Bobby Orr's Official Site
Ray Bourque - in my opinion, the second greatest
defenceman in Bruins history - too bad he had to go to Colorado to finally hoist the Stanley Cup. One of the classiest
guys to ever play the game.
Watch Bourque finally hoist the cup!
Cam Neely, like Bobby Orr, was another great Bruin
whose career was cut short by injury. He finally got a Stanley cup in 2011, though not as a player.
The old Boston Garden. "The Gahden"
was the home of the Bruins from 1928 - 1995
In 1995 the Bruins moved into The Fleet Center,
now renamed The TD Banknorth Garden
Thanks for taking the time to visit my space on
the web. I hope you enjoyed the site and the links. From one Bruin fan to another......GO BRUINS!