Sports fans in New England know that TD Garden is a hotspot in Beantown. Conveniently located right above Boston’s North Station, this massive venues has been home to both the Bruins and Celtics since 1995. When replacing an iconic stadium such as the old Boston Garden, there is a lot of pressure on the developer to make sure that the new facility lives up to the fans’ expectations. Luckily, TD Garden did not disappoint.
Featuring private restaurants, banquet and board rooms, Premium Club seating and nearly 100 luxury suites, this venue was clearly made to enjoy the game from a place of comfort. Great teams playing great games in a great building make this is top destination for anyone looking to catch a game.
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Beantown is the home of an iconic NHL franchise. An original six team that suits up in the legendary black and gold uniforms with the famous “B” logo, the Boston Bruins take to the ice with a tenacity that keeps the home crowd on their feet. Claiming six Stanley Cup championships to their credit, the Bruins are on the prowl for a seventh chance to hoist the prized trophy.
Joining the NHL in 1924, the Bruins were the first team based in the United States. It wasn’t long before they captured their first Stanley Cup in 1929 over the New York Rangers. Known as a tough blue collar team that matched their city of Boston, the Bruins were a formidable opponent that consistently remained at or near the top of the standings each year.
However, by the mid-1960s the Bruins had gotten off track. Having not won a Stanley Cup since 1941 and not been in the playoffs since 1959, the rebuilding of the Bruins was in full swing. Enter Bobby Orr. The Canadian-born offensive defenseman joined the team in 1966 and revolutionized the game. Injecting the Bruins lineup with his signature combination of strength, speed, play-making ability, and heart, Orr became an instant star. Once the Bruins brought in Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge from Chicago, Boston suddenly had a star-studded team to cheer on each night. The Bruins made it to the playoffs that year (and every year after until 1997, an NHL record for longest streak), but lost to their biggest rival, the Montreal Canadiens. The Bruins-Canadiens rivalry is among the biggest in all of sports.
Boston would lose to the Canadiens again the following year in the second round of the playoffs before finally winning another Stanley Cup in 1970. The finals against the St. Louis Blues is best remembered for Bobby Orr’s overtime goal in game four of the series to complete the sweep. Orr, tripped after the goal, was famously photographed flying through the air with his arms outstretched in celebration. Boston would claim another Stanley Cup two years later.
Subsequent teams were always in contention, but a generation of fans grew up without a title. Great players in Ray Bourque and Cam Neely spent most of their careers in Boston without being able to win the big one. The Boston faithful would have to wait until 2011 when the team, led by Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, and backstopped by Tim Thomas, would get the best of the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.
The team of 2018-2019 was looking to recapture the magic of 2011. Dominating their way through the playoffs, Boston found themselves facing off against an inexperienced St. Louis Blues team in the Stanley Cup Finals. An exhausting seven game series finished with the Bruins elimination at the hand of the Blues.
The team made is as far as the second round of the playoffs in 2020. It was there where they faces the eventual Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning who were just too hot for Boston to stop. The five game series spelled the end for the Bruins.
Stinging from the loss, fans in Boston know that their hometown hockey team could wait to avenge the loss in the 2020-2021 season. The Bruins posted a 33-16-7 record which punched their ticket, yet again, to the postseason. Meeting up against Washington in round one, Boston dominated the series, sending Ovechkin and company home in just five games. However, everything would change in the second round. The New York Islanders were relentless throughout the six game series and ended the season for the Bruins.
Stars for this tough Boston group include Brad Marchard, David Pastrnak, Patrice Bergeron, and goaltender Tuukka Rask. Head coach Bruce Cassidy is able to rely on this experienced group of grizzled veterans and young speedsters to give every team on the schedule a run for their money. The NHL trade deadline brought an opportunity for Boston to add to the depth with some secondary scoring help in the form of Taylor Hall. Picking him up in a low cost deal with Buffalo should make this team even more dangerous. Adding Nick Foligno in free agency make them that much stronger.
Plenty of banners hang from the rafters at TD Garden, reflecting greats of the past who have been immortalized in Bruins lore by having their numbers retired. Among this group are Johnny Bucyk, Eddie Shore, Milt Schmidt, Phil Esposito, Cam Neely, Ray Bourque, and the incredible Bobby Orr. Additional information pertaining to the history of the Boston Bruins can be obtained by clicking here.