Boston, MA -
The entire 2008-2009 Boston Bruins roster, Bruins alumni, coaching staff and management will be celebrating the release of The Original Six: History of the Boston Bruins DVD, which chronicles 85 years of the most memorable Bruins moments, at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston on Tuesday, March 24 from 5:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (Hard Rock Cafe, 22-24 Clinton Street, Boston, MA 02109.) In addition to meeting the team, the Boston Bruins Foundation will be holding live and silent auctions to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation and the Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House. Fans 21-plus are invited to purchase tickets to the DVD launch party here
Fans can choose between two ticket options: VIP or General Admission. The $250 ($225 for Bruins season ticket holders) VIP ticket guarantees fans early entry in to the party before doors open to the General Admission ticket holders and the opportunity to interact with the players in an intimate setting at 5:30 p.m. The General Admission ticket, which costs $100 ($90 for Bruins season ticket holders), provides admittance into the party at 6:30 p.m.
The Bruins players, alumni, coaching staff and management will walk the red carpet to kick-off the festivities at 5:30 p.m. A cocktail reception will take place from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. where NESN commentators and former Bruins Gord Kluzak and Andrew Brickley will serve as the evening’s host and will conduct a Q & A session with a current Bruins player. In addition to the live auction, a variety of items such as gift certificates to some of Boston’s best restaurants, citywide destination packages, and autographed Bruins memorabilia, will be up for bid as part of the silent auction for the length of the evening.
The release of The Original Six: History of the Boston Bruins DVD offers Boston Bruins fans something they can cherish for a lifetime. The collector's DVD is loaded with unforgettable moments, legendary players reactions and interviews, championship triumphs, and spectacular goals and saves through the past 85 years. Started in 1924 as America's first NHL franchise, the Boston Bruins have been one of the most decorated teams in league history. From the ongoing, historic rivalry with the Montreal Canadiens, the 1970 Stanley Cup victory made famous by Bobby Orr's unforgettable overtime winner, and Ray Bourque’s Hall of Fame run with the Bruins.