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Boston Bruins are the professional hockey team of Boston Massachusetts, United States. They are part of the Atlantic Division in Eastern Conference of National Hockey League. The team incorporated in 1924 and is considered the oldest team in the United States. This is an “Original Six” charter together with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Montreal Canadians and Detroit Red Wings.
The Bruin Team has already won six times for the championships of Stanley Cup. TD Garden is their home arena where they play since 1995. The team also played their home games in Boston Garden starting from 1928 with 67 seasons.
In the year of 1924, the National Hockey League decided in expanding to United States. This was achieved through the initiative of Charles Adams; the grocery tycoon of Boston. He was fallen in love to the hockey as he watches the Stanley Cup Finals of 1924 between the WCHL Calgary Tigers champion and NHL Montreal Canadians Champion. Adam persuaded NHL in granting him to franchise in Boston that was happened on November 1, 1924. Montreal Maroons is one of the team first expansion team of NHL.
Adam decided to hire Art Ross the previous innovator and star player. He was the image of their franchise in the next 30 years that includes the separate 4 stints being a coach. Adam instructed Ross to make a nickname that will play untamed animal that shows cunning, agility and speed. So he comes up with “Bruins”. This is an Old English used in brown bears in a classic folk tales.
The members of the Bruins teams in 1930 are Cooney Wieland, Shore, Babe Siebert, Clapper and Thompson. This team led the standing of league in that decade for five times. In the year of 1940, Shore was traded by the struggling New York Americans in his final season NHL season. Bruins won in 1941 for their 3rd Stanley Cup after they lose eight games. This was the team’s last Stanley Cup for almost 29 years.