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Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins: Eastern Conference First Round (Home Game 3, Series Game 5, If Necessary)

TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TD Garden, Boston, MA

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TBD at Boston Bruins: Stanley Cup Finals (Home Game 4, If Necessary)

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Boston Bruins

Conference: Eastern

Division: Atlantic

Stadium: TD Garden (capacity 19,156)

Head Coach: Jim Montgomery (2022-present)

Starting Goaltender: Linus Ullmark/Jeremy Swayman

Star Players: David Pasternak (RW), Charlie McAvoy (D), Brad Marchand (LW)

2022-23 Regular Season: 65-12-5 (1st in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Eastern Conference Quarterfinals (defeated 4-3 by the Florida Panthers

Legendary Former Players: Bobby Orr (D), Ray Bourque (D), Phil Esposito (C), Tuuka Rask (G)

Stanley Cups (NHL Championships): 6 - 1929, 1939, 1941, 1970, 1972, 2011

Boston Bruins

Incredibly, even though the Boston Bruins are one of hockey’s famous Original Six, the team did not win a single Stanley Cup during the 25 years of that six-team NHL. The Bruins’ first three championships all came soon after they were founded in 1924 in the league’s first expansion into the United States. After the Second World War, Bruins fans endured many years in the doldrums, watching their team as the doormat for better teams in the league like the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs. Things finally started to change in the late 1970s with the arrival of a young defenceman named Bobby Orr. Prior to Orr, defensemen in the NHL tended to concern themselves primarily with hanging back to defend their own goal, but Orr redefined the position, and the sport, by using his speed, shooting, and passing ability to join in the attack. He is still the only defenseman to ever lead the league in scoring (which he did twice). Ultimate glory finally came in 1970, when Orr led the Boston Bruins to their first Stanley Cup in nearly three decades, sweeping the St. Louis Blues in the Finals in four straight games. The Bruins would regain the Cup two years later in 1972 when they dispatched the New York Rangers in six games. Despite Orr’s career cut tragically short by injuries and NHL expansion making the league even harder to win, the Bruins maintained a competitive team throughout the late 1970s and 1980s. They had an intense playoff rivalry with the Montreal Canadiens, losing to Les Habitants in the Stanley Cup Finals two years in a row (1977, 1978) and then four years in a row in the Division Semifinals between 1984-87.  Led by Orr’s successor on the blue line, the indomitable Ray Bourque, the Bruins enacted their revenge in 1988 when they not only beat the Canadiens, but made it to the Stanley Cup Finals. Unfortunately (for the Bruins), they lost to Wayne Gretzky’s Edmonton Oilers and suffered the same fate in the Finals of 1990 when the Oilers proved too strong despite Gretzky’s departure (though at least the Bruins beat the Canadiensagainen route). The years rolled by with the Bruins almost always making the playoffs (and frequently losing to the Canadiens once more), but the team did not get another chance at the Cup until 2011, when the Vancouver Canucks took them all the way to Game Seven, where the Bruins triumphed in front of their home fans in the Garden. Since then, the team has played in two more Stanley Cup Finals and, while they came out empty-handed on both occasions, they remain one of the most consistently strong teams in the NHL.

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