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Bruins Academy Home-Ice Activities

Hey lil' diehards! You can take advantage of home ice with a wide variety of do-at-home activities for kids of all ages. The Bruins Academy Home-Ice Activities kit is packed full of stay-home, kid-friendly activities to keep our younger fans active, while also staying safe at home during these unprecedented times. Check out all the activities below.

STEM Week Virtual Activities

In October 2020, the Boston Bruins, in partnership with the EVERFI Future Goals hockey scholar program, hosted live virtual presentations on a variety of topics connecting STEM to the game of hockey. Various members of the Bruins organization were featured guests and talk about how STEM applies to their position among other topics.

Hockey Equipment Over the Years

Special guests, Keith Robinson and Matt Falconer of the Bruins equipment staff, shared the evolution of hockey equipment & the role of STEM. Before listening to this session, we recommend you check out one of the Hockey Scholar lessons, which include Science: The Stick, Science: The Goalie Pads, Math: Skate Blades.

Re-Watch the Webinar

Build Your Own Ice Rink Day

From the inside of Warrior Ice Arena, where the Bruins practice, learn how to create the perfect ice surface for skating. Before listening to this session, complete the Build Your Own Ice Rink activity or check out the Hockey Scholar Science Lesson: Prepare the Surface.

Prepare the Surface Activity Re-Watch the Webinar

Career Panel with Bruins Staff

Listen to Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy, assistant athletic trainer Joe Robinson and head performance coach Kevin Neeld for a panel discussion for STEM career day. Hear from these key members of the Bruins staff as they discuss the use of STEM concepts in their daily role with the team.

Re-Watch the Webinar

Hockey Analytics Day

Dive into the world of hockey analytics with Bruins director of hockey analytics Jeremy Rogalski, hockey operations analyst Josh Pohlkamp-Hart and hockey operations data engineer Campbell Weaver. Hear from these key members of the Bruins staff as they describe their use of statistics when looking at player performance. Before this session, try this fun STEM activity at home. 

Graphic Goals Activity Re-Watch the Webinar

STEM Q&A with Connor Clifton

Listen to a virtual Q&A discussion with Bruins defenseman Connor Clifton! Hear about Connor's experience as a member of the Boston Bruins.

Re-Watch Connor Clifton's Q&A

Matching Game

Match the player to the flag of the country where he was born.

Print Matching Game

Jersey Math

Solve the math problems below using the numbers of your favorite Bruins players!

Print Jersey Math Worksheet


Design a player card of yourself, or your favorite Bruins player!

Print Design Sheet

Photo Hunt

Do Photo Hunt

1) Top of Bergeron's stick

2) NHL logo on pasta

3) Stick on the right side

4) O in the middle on boards

Do Photo Hunt

1) Mark on 40

2) White chips removed from mask

3) Yellow piece on bottom/glove

4) black on top of stick

5) Jersey laces

Do Photo Hunt

1) Dunkins man on other side

2) "BANK" removed under pasta hand

3) Krug shoulder patches

Do Photo Hunt

1) Marchand number

2) Marchand skate

3) Bergeron assistant patch

4) CCM Bergeron shorts

Do Photo Hunt

1) Bergeron's number is missing

1) Pasta's number is missing

3) Bauer logo on Pasta's pants

4) Bergeron NHL logo

Do Photo Hunt

1) Debrusk jersey ties

2) Mcavoy logo shorts flipped

3) Registered mark missing ®

4) Krejci Adidas logo

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