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Boston Bruins Announce Face-Off Gala

by Boston Bruins @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - The Boston Bruins announced today, October 2, 2017, that the Boston Bruins Foundation will host the Boston Bruins Face-Off Gala on Monday, October 23rd at the Royal Sonesta Hotel (40 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge, MA 02142) from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Back In the Swing of Things

B's gather for annual Boston Bruins Foundation Golf Tournament

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins /

BOLTON, Mass. - One day after raising funds at Fenway Park for those impacted by Hurricane Irma, members of the Bruins organization were back together for another good cause - this time at the Boston Bruins Foundation Golf Tournament.  

The 14th annual event took place Monday at The International, with Bruins players, coaches, and alumni gathering ahead of the start of training camp later this week.

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On the Same Team

Bruins join Panthers, Rays, and Red Sox to raise money for those impacted by Hurricane Irma

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

BOSTON - There was no such thing as choosing sides on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park - at least before the Red Sox' afternoon tilt against the Tampa Bay Rays.

In a show of solidarity, the Bruins joined members of the Florida Panthers, Red Sox, and Rays prior to the game to help raise funds for those impacted by Hurricane Irma, which came ashore in Florida on Sunday with Category 4 strength.

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Photo Gallery: Bruins Fan Fest Tour Rolls on in Vermont

Vatrano, Dean attend event's third stop in Burlington

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

BURLINGTON, Vt. - The first-ever Boston Bruins Fan Fest Tour rolled on Monday afternoon, with the third stop hitting Burlington International Airport.

Bruins forward Frank Vatrano and assistant coach Kevin Dean, along with NESN's Andy Brickley, attended the event, which also included visits from several members of the University of Vermont men's hockey team.

"We've never done this kind of thing. To see the fans from all the different areas of New England, it's good…it's a big thing," said Vatrano. "The Bruins have a very big fan base, especially in New England…everyone is rooting for the Bruins. Burlington is pretty far from Boston, and even some of the other states we've been going to [on the tour], it's cool to give back."

The fourth stop on the tour will take place on Tuesday at Forest Park in Springfield, Mass., from 2-7 p.m. Check out some photos from Day 3 in Burlington below:

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Schaller Felt Right at Home in Manchester

New Hampshire native was in familiar territory during second stop of Fan Fest Tour

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

MANCHESTER, N.H. - Tim Schaller is just one of 12 players in National Hockey League history to hail from New Hampshire.

As a result, his fellow Granite Staters hold a special place in their hearts for the Merrimack native - especially now that he suits up for the hometown Bruins. The affection New Hampshire's hockey fans have for Schaller was on full display on Sunday afternoon, during the second stop of the Bruins' inaugural Fan Fest Tour at Arms Park in Manchester.

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Photo Gallery: Bruins Fan Fest Tour Hits Manchester

Check out the sights from the tour's New Hampshire stop

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

MANCHESTER, N.H. - It was another picture perfect summer afternoon in New England, which made for yet another tremendous stop on the Boston Bruins Fan Fest Tour.

After a strong start in Portland, Maine, on Saturday, hundreds more Bruins fans gathered at Arms Park in Manchester for Day 2 of the tour. Brandon Carlo, who helped kicks things off in Maine, returned on Sunday and was joined by teammate Tim Schaller, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney, and goalie coach Bob Essensa.

"It's absolutely tremendous," said Sweeney. "I heard nothing but great things about Portland. I love the whole idea, concept-wise of what's been put together. You always wonder, you're in August, where the fans will be...but it's not that surprising, you've got great communities.

"I love the growth aspect of what we're trying to do, it's an opportunity for the young kids. It's an expensive sport and we're trying to provide the resources to continue to grow the game. It's great to see the turnout."

Also on hand were Bruins alums Bob Sweeney and Andrew Raycroft and NESN's Andy Brickley.

Check out some of the best photos from Manchester:

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Bruins Fan Fest Tour Kicks Off in Maine

Carlo, Sacco join hundreds of fans for inaugural event in Portland

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins /

PORTLAND, Maine - The Boston Bruins have been a New England institution for nearly a century. The organization is as much a staple of the region as lobster, lighthouses, and funny accents.

But during the grind of an 82-game National Hockey League season it's not always easy to connect with fans outside of Boston. And that's why, in an effort to spread the game even more across the region, the Bruins set out on the team's first-ever Fan Fest Tour, which will visit all six New England states over the next week.

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