CUTS FOR A CAUSE: Join Patrice Bergeron , members of the Boston Bruins, and 98.5 The Sports Hub for the 10th annual Cuts for a Cause on Monday, March 27 at House of Blues. Bergeron and his teammates will have their heads shaved to raise money for children battling cancer. To purchase VIP and General Admission tickets, visit BostonBruins.com/CutsforaCause. Since 2007, Cuts for a Cause has raised $600,000 for charity.
BOSTON BRUINS FOUNDATION HARLEY-DAVIDSON RAFFLE: One lucky fan will have the opportunity to win a Boston Bruins custom designed Harley-Davidson Street Bob. This exclusive 2016 Harley-Davidson Street Bob is the only one of its kind and was designed and transformed by Scott McKay, owner and artist at Thin Air Grafx. Special attention was given to ensure that the motorcycle captures the essence of the Boston Bruins' rich heritage and timeless traditions. The motorcycle was proudly donated by Boston Harley-Davidson. All proceeds will benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation. Raffle tickets will be available at http://www.bruinsraffles.org from 3/20 until 4/21.
HART TROPHY CONVERSATION: Bruins forward Brad Marchand , who earned his first NHL All-Star selection this season, is in the midst of a tightly contested race for the Hart Trophy, given annually to the "player judged most valuable to his team" in the NHL. In his eighth season, all with the Bruins, the 28-year-old Halifax, N.S. native leads the Bruins with 37 goals (tied for career high, tied for second in NHL) and 43 assists (career high) for 80 points (career high, fourth in NHL) in 74 games. He also has three shorthanded goals (tied for third in NHL), seven game-winning goals (fourth in NHL) and leads the Bruins with 18 multi-point games. He was named the NHL's second star for the month of January and was named the NHL's first star of the week for the week ending March 19. Since January 1, Marchand leads the league in goals (27) and points (49). The last Bruins player to win the Hart Trophy was Joe Thornton (2005-06), who was traded during the season to the San Jose Sharks.