1990 Boston's Reggie Lemelin recorded his 12th (and final) career shutout as the Bruins extended their home undefeated streak against the Quebec Nordiques to 13 straight games (11-0-2) with a 6-0 win at Boston Garden.
1928 Boston rookie Tiny Thompson became the third goaltender in NHL history to record a shutout in his first career game, when the Bruins won 1-0 at Pittsburgh. Dit Clapper scored the only goal of the game.
1986 Boston's Rick Middleton reached his 900th career point with a third period assist as the Bruins tied 5-5 with the Devils. Middleton became the 27th player in NHL history to get 900 career points.
1938 Boston extended their overtime undefeated streak to 37 straight games (10-0-27) with a 1-1 tie against Toronto. The 37 game streak, which began in December 1934, is the longest in NHL history.
2000 Boston Bruins obtained Bill Guerin from the Edmonton Oilers, in exchange for Anson Carter and two future draft choices.
1927 Boston's Dit Clapper scored his first NHL goal in the Bruins season opener, a 1-1 tie against the Chicago Black Hawks.
1973 Boston's Bobby Orr had three power play goals and added four assists to become the first NHL defenseman to score seven points in one game, as the Bruins beat the New York Rangers 10-2.
The MDSC All-Stars are sharpening their skates to face-off against the Boston Bruins Alumni to benefit people with Down syndrome for the 10th time! Root the All-Stars on during this yearly grudge match... and bring the whole family because you don't even have to be a skater to get in on the action.
This family-friendly event includes a Free Skate for novice and expert skaters alike and a meet and greet with Bruins legends where you can get their autographs. It all culminates with an action-packed game. But that's not all - Don't miss your chance to win great holiday gifts at our Silent Auction and Raffle. See below for more details!
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Bruins legend Johnny Bucyk, 79, still plays a vital role for his team
Bruins Legend Brad Park keeps it humble while living in Maine
The Hall-of-Famer fell in love with the state 30 years ago and now plays it cool on the shore of Sebago Lake.
The name on the stationery’s letterhead read D. Bradford Park, a retiree living in Maine. He was asking for help. A newly purchased pellet stove was no longer heating his lakefront home.
South Coast Panthers Youth Hockey Association coaches will play against the Boston Bruins Alumni squad at 5 p.m. Saturday at Hetland Memorial rink in New Bedford.
Representing the Bruins Alumni will be: Reggie Lemelin, Glen Featherstone, Bill Bennett, Tom Songin, Rich Brennan, Andy Brickley, Dan LaCouture, Bob Beers, Dave Shaw, Bruce Shoebottom, Tim Sweeney, Dave Jensen, Pat Leahy, and Jeff Dumart.
The Bruins Alumni will be available for pictures and autographs in between periods. Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for children; proceeds benefit the South Coast Panthers and a Bruins charity. Tickets are available in advance and at Hetland on game day.
Contacts: Melissa at 508-330-4837 or Sandra at 508-542-0903. -
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1972 Boston's Phil Esposito scored two goals and added three assists, and Ken Hodge picked up five assists as the Bruins won 8-3 against Detroit, at Boston Garden.
1989 Bob Sweeney scored his first career NHL hat trick in a 6-2 Bruins win over Edmonton, at Boston Garden.
1954 Boston traded Joe Klukay to Toronto, in exchange for Leo Boivin.
1978 Rick Middleton scored twice and added two assists, and Bobby Schmautz added his 200th career NHL goal, to lead the Bruins to a 6-2 win over the Washington Capitals, in Boston.
1952 Fleming Mackell scored three goals and Joe Klukay had three assists to lead the Bruins to a 4-1 win over the Black Hawks in Boston.
1972 Boston's John Bucyk scored a goal and added an assist to become the seventh player in NHL history to score 1,000 career points, as the Bruins beat the Red Wings 8-3, at Boston Garden.
1974 Boston's Bobby Orr scored his 7th career hat trick and added three assists as the Bruins beat Washington 10-4.
1982 Goaltender Pete Peeters made 16 saves to earn his 4th career shutout (and his first with Boston) in a 7-0 Bruins' win over Detroit, at Boston Garden.
1998 Bruins' Byron Dafoe recorded his 10th career shutout and Penguins' rookie Jean-Sebastian Aubin earned his first career NHL shutout as Boston tied 0-0, at Pittsburgh.
1975 In one of hockey's biggest trades, Phil Esposito and Carol Vadnais were traded from Boston to the Rangers in exchange for Brad Park, Jean Ratelle and Joe Zanussi.
1952 Goaltender Sugar Jim Henry recorded his 13th career shutout to lead the Bruins to a 2-0 win over the Red Wings in Boston.
1945 Former NHL defenseman Darryl Edestrand born in Strathroy, Ont. Edestrand played in the NHL 1967-68 through 1978-79 with St. Louis, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston and Los Angeles.
1951 Detroit goalie Terry Sawchuk and Bruins' Jim Henry dueled to a 0-0 scoreless tie, in a game played at Boston. It was the 15th career shutout for Sawchuk and the 6th for Henry.
1946 Boston tied Detroit 3-3 in a penalty-free game played in Detroit. There were none called against either team for the entire game. It was the first penalty free game in Bruins' history.
1968 Boston rookie Wayne Cashman scored the first goal of his NHL career, and Bobby Orr added three assists, in a 7-1 Bruins' win over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers.
1960 Goalie Don Simmons recorded his 15th career shutout as the Bruins won 4-0 over Chicago in Boston.
The Bruins Alumni played a game on Sat at Sukee Arena in Winslow Me. to raise money to buy Dick Morin, a disabled vet, a new van. He's in the team photo in the wheelchair and dropping the puck.