The Boston Bruins are an NHL institution. Founded in 1924 the Bruins are the oldest American team in the NHL and the third oldest team overall. The franchise is also included among the “Original Six” members of the league and they have won six Stanley Cup titles over the course of their history. They play their home games in the TD Garden and compete in the Eastern Conference’s Atlantic Division against longtime foes such as the Montreal Canadiens and the Detroit Red Wings.
The Bruins appeared in their first ever Stanley Cup Final at the conclusion of the 1928-29 NHL season, winning the title over the reigning champions, the New York Rangers. Hall of Famers Eddie Shore and Cooney Weiland would win their second Stanley Cup title and the Bruins second in franchise history in 1939 over the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Bruins won another Stanley Cup title in 1941 this time defeating the Detroit Red Wings in a four-game sweep. Throughout the 1940s and 50s, the team remained competitive making the playoffs regularly but took a step back in the early 1960s failing to make the playoffs from 1960-1967. Possibly the most important moment in franchise history occurred in 1966 when defenseman Bobby Orr joined the team. Orr went to become one of the greatest players in league history winning the Hart Memorial Trophy three times, James Norris Memorial Trophy eight times, and the Art Ross Trophy twice during his career. He also led the franchise to Stanley Cup victories in 1970 and 1972, winning the Conn Smythe Trophy both times. At the 1979 NHL Draft, Ray Bourque was drafted by the team and he played with the franchise until being traded away in 2000. During his time with the franchise, he led the Bruins to two Eastern Conference titles, losing in the Stanley Cup Finals in 1988 and 1989 as well as leading the team to the Presidents’ Trophy during the 1989-90 season. It would not be until the 2010-2011 NHL season when the Bruins would win their next Stanley Cup title. They defeated the Vancouver Canucks in a memorable seven-game series with goaltender Tim Thomas winning the Conn Smythe Trophy. In 2013 they made their most recent appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in six games. The Bruins remain one of the top teams in the league boasting a roster which includes Vezina Trophy winner Tuukka Rask and four-time Frank J. Selke Trophy winner Patrice Bergeron.
The signed Boston Bruins product offerings that we have available for purchase will enhance any sports memorabilia collection that they are added to. Our sports collectibles are rare and unique items that will be nearly impossible to find anywhere else. The autographed sports memorabilia that we sell for current superstars like Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and David Pastrnak will make fantastic sports gifts for anybody that you know who is a fan of this iconic sports franchise.
Collecting Boston Bruins Memorabilia
Bobby Orr Autographed Photos
Purchase an autographed Bobby Orr photo soon before we are completely sold out. Our Orr signed photos of him on the ice scoring game-winning goals or holding the Stanley Cup Trophy will look amazing displayed in any room of your home or office. This Hall of Famer led the Bruins to two Stanley Cup titles and was named an All-Star many times over the course of his career.
Ray Bourque Autographed Pucks
Autographed Ray Bourque pucks are awesome sports gifts for any of your friends or family members who are diehard Boston Bruins fans or sports memorabilia collectors. Your friends and family members will treasure their signed puck and will be thrilled to add a Bruins logo puck to their sports memorabilia collection. Throughout this Hall of Famer’s legendary career, he won the Calder Memorial Trophy, James Norris Memorial Trophy five times, and the King Clancy Memorial Trophy.
Most popular Boston Bruins players: Patrice Bergeron, Gerry Cheevers, Don Cherry, Torey Krug, Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, Cam Neely, David Pastrnak