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Bergeron's Goal Was One for the Books

Tally against Washington pushed him past Orr on Bruins' all-time list

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - On Thursday night against the Washington Capitals, Patrice Bergeron received a pass from longtime linemate Brad Marchand in the high slot. As the Bruins' No. 1 center fired, Caps winger Alex Chiasson swept his legs out from underneath him, causing Bergeron to fall to the ice as the puck flew into the back of the net.

A little over 47 years ago, another beloved member of the Black & Gold was also swept off his feet while scoring a goal - one that was much more significant, of course.

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Healthy Roster Creating A Good Problem for B's

DeBrusk's return is fueling competition

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - The Bruins are about to have a pretty good problem on their hands.

For the first time this season - barring any further ailments that could certainly arise - the Black & Gold are approaching full health.

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Photo Gallery: Bruins Dads Trip

Check out all the scenes from a special weekend

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

NASHVILLE - It was a special weekend for the Bruins as they welcomed their dads along with them during the team's trip to Philadelphia and Nashville. Twenty-one B's fathers joined their sons for an up-close look at life on the road in the NHL.

"It's fun to see them in this light, they all open up," Brad Marchand said over the weekend. "They're all very exited to be here and be around the team, it's a pretty special thing. They're all opening up, especially at dinner [on Saturday] night, spending a little time together. They're getting comfortable with one another and you see how they're integrating all together with the players…normally it's after a game, you say hi quick and kind of move on. Actually getting to know one another and spending some time is a lot of fun.

"We can all say that we wouldn't be here without our parents and what they gave up…we're fortunate."

Here's a look at some photos from the trip:

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Dads Trip A Way for Bruins to Give Back

Weekend allows players to share in their hockey success

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - Louie DeBrusk knows well what life on the road as a professional hockey player is like. The former bruiser played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League, with 201 of his 401 career games coming away from his home rink.

The 46-year-old is some 14 years removed from his last NHL contest, but he'll be hitting the road again this weekend - for a trip unlike any other in his past. This time around, he'll be the guest of his son, Jake, the Bruins rookie winger who has been a major piece of Boston's youth movement this season.

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First Goal Holds Special Place for Grzelcyks

With dad on hand, blue liner grabs first career tally in Bruins' win over Pittsburgh

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - John Grzelcyk has worked at TD Garden - and before that Boston Garden - for nearly 50 years.

And through the decades there was one Causeway Street moment that stood out above the rest: Bobby Orr's iconic Stanley Cup-winning goal on May 10, 1970, of course.

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Bruins Past and Present Gather for Season Ticket Holder Event

Bourque, McAvoy among those greeting fans at TD Garden

by Boston Bruins @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - Season Ticket Holders attended the annual Boston Bruins Team Event held at TD Garden this past Monday. Attendees were able to meet current members of the Boston Bruins along with a number of Boston Legends. They were also given a sneak peak at the NHL Centennial Fan Arena that will held at City Hall Plaza Boston Winter this Friday and Saturday.

Check out some photos from the event:

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Bruins Excited to Head Back Outdoors

Boston will take on the Blackhawks in 2019 Bridgestone Winter Classic at Notre Dame

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BostonBruins.com - Cam Neely remembers well the raging winters he endured while growing up in Saskatchewan. The brutal cold and relentless snow could sometimes be hard to handle.

The payoff, however, was that the frigid temperatures made for ideal conditions for some outdoor hockey.

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For Jacobs, Hockey Has Always Been A Family Affair

Bruins owner thanks those closest to him in Hall of Fame speech

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BostonBruins.com - For Jeremy Jacobs, hockey is certainly a family affair.

That much was clear during his Hockey Hall of Fame induction speech on Monday night in Toronto. Jacobs, the owner of the Bruins since 1975, pointed to events like Opening Night and the Stanley Cup Playoffs as serving as de facto family reunions each fall and spring.

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Bruins Mourn Loss of Former Providence College Standout

Drew Brown was teammate of Acciari, Schaller with Friars

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BOSTON - The Bruins joined the hockey world this past weekend in mourning the loss of former Providence College forward Drew Brown, who passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer on Saturday morning.

While with the Friars, the 25-year-old Michigan native was teammates with Bruins forwards Noel Acciari and Tim Schaller and became close friends with Acciari during their three seasons together.

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Jacobs Receives Hall of Fame Ring

Bruins owner will be inducted into the Hall on Monday

by Eric Russo @NHLBruins / BostonBruins.com

BostonBruins.com - Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto on Monday, with a weekend full of festivities kicking off on Friday afternoon. Jacobs, along with former Bruins Mark Recchi and Dave Andreychuk, as well as fellow inductees Teemu Selanne, Paul Kariya, and Danielle Goyette received their Hall of Fame rings during a ceremony at the museum.

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