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About Boston Bruins
If you’re looking for cheap tickets to enjoy a Bruins game, you have come to the right place! Get your cheap Boston Bruins tickets here and head to the ice rink to see one of the most dynamic hockey teams in the NHL. A Bruins game is always an exciting and wildly entertaining time for everyone involved!
Oldest American Team
The Bruins were founded in 1924 as one of the Original Six franchises, making them the oldest professional hockey team in the United States. They got their name from an old English word for “bear”, as the Bruins’ owner wanted to pick a mascot that would epitomize the wild nature of hockey. Relatively early on in their playing careers, the Bruins qualified for their first Stanley Cup Playoff appearance. They ended up making it all the way to the final round, only to be eliminated by the Ottawa Senators. The following season the Bruins made their second appearance in the playoffs where they defeated the New York Rangers in the finals, bringing home their first Stanley Cup. The following year the Bruins made their third appearance in the finals in three years, although they ultimately lost to the Montreal Canadiens. In 1939 the Bruins won their second Stanley Cup title against the Toronto Maple Leafs, and they won their third Cup in 1941 against the Detroit Red Wings. For the next 29 years the Bruins would not bring home another Stanley Cup due to the team’s lack luster performance after losing star players to the second World War.
Original Six Era
In the 1960’s the Boston Bruins began to rebuild after they were acquired under new ownership. In 1966 the Bruins signed defenseman Bobby Orr, who instantly made his impact on the ice for the team. By 1970 the team had made their first appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals in a very long time, and with a victory over the St. Louis Blues they ended their 29-year Cup drought. It was during this game that the famous image of Bobby Orr “soaring” through the air was taken after he scored the game-winning goal in overtime, winning the Bruins the Cup. The following season the Bruins would win yet again another Cup against the New York Rangers, and following that season the Bruins experienced another Cup drought that lasted well over 30 years.
For the next several years despite having several star players in the likes of Ray Bourque, Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, and Tuukka Rask the Bruins would not win their sixth Stanley Cup until 2011. Their 2011 appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals were the team’s first since the 1990 post season. In a highly contested series, the Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks in seven games. In the seasons following their victory the Bruins qualified for all but two post seasons. In 2019 the Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals against the St. Louis Blues, a rematch of the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals. In a major upset of seven games, the Blues defeated the Bruins.
The Bruins have won six Stanley Cups to date, with the most recent being in 2011. Be sure to catch the Bruins play their most notable rivalries this season: the Montreal Canadiens and the Philadelphia Flyers. These games often sell out fast as dedicated Bruins fans always make sure to have seats for the most competitive matchups. Get your cheap Bruins tickets today and prepare for a truly memorable evening!
Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens
The Boston Bruin’s rivalry with the Montreal Canadiens is not only one of the most deeply rooted rivalries in the NHL, but also one of the most intense in sports across the board. The two teams have faced each other over 700 times in the regular season and have had 34 playoff series meetings: including a record nine Game 7 showdown! The Montreal Canadiens hold the all-time advantage in both formats. The Bruins are set to play the Canadiens on several times this season, so make sure you have tickets to see one of the most intense matchups in the NHL!
Boston Bruins vs. Philadelphia Flyers
The Boston Bruin’s rivalry with the Philadelphia Flyers has been ongoing since the Flyer’s inception in the 1967 expansion but was most intense in the 1970s when the two teams met in four playoffs series, including the 1974 Stanley Cup Finals, with the Flyers beating the heavily favored Bruins. Historically, both franchises are renowned for their toughness and brawling ways, with the Bruins famously nicknamed the Big Bad Bruins, and the Flyers named the Broad Street Bullies. The Bruins and the Flyers are set to face off this season several times, so do not miss your opportunity to see one of the most heated rivalries in the NHL!
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