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Boston Bruins awards
Boston Bruins Prince of Wales Trophy 2013-06-07.JPG
The Boston Bruins are awarded the Prince of Wales Trophy in 2013.
AwardWins
Stanley Cup6
O'Brien Trophy *2
Prince of Wales Trophy18
Presidents' Trophy2
Art Ross Trophy11
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy4
Calder Memorial Trophy8
Conn Smythe Trophy3
Frank J. Selke Trophy5
General Manager of the Year Award1
Hart Memorial Trophy12
Jack Adams Award3
James Norris Memorial Trophy14
King Clancy Memorial Trophy1
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy8
Lester Patrick Trophy13
Mark Messier Leadership Award1
NHL Foundation Player Award1
Ted Lindsay Award3
Vezina Trophy10
William M. Jennings Trophy2
Total
Awards won128

This is a list of Boston Bruins award winners.

League awards[edit]

Team trophies[edit]

Team trophies awarded to the Boston Bruins
Award Description Times won Seasons References
Stanley Cup NHL championship 6 1928–29, 1938–39, 1940–41, 1969–70, 1971–72, 2010–11 [1][2]
O'Brien Cup NHL championship runner-up (1938–50) 2 1942–43, 1945–46 [3]
Prince of Wales Trophy American Division regular season champions (1927–38) 7 1927–28, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1932–33, 1934–35, 1937–38 [4]
Regular season championship (1938–67) 3 1938–39, 1939–40, 1940–41
East Division champions (1967–74) 3 1970–71, 1971–72, 1973–74
Wales/Eastern Conference playoff championship (1981–present) 5 1987–88, 1989–90, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2018–19
Presidents' Trophy Most regular season points 2 1989–90, 2013–14 [5][6]

Individual awards[edit]

Individual awards won by Boston Bruins players and staff[7]
Award Description Winner Season References
Art Ross Trophy Regular season scoring champion Cooney Weiland 1929–30 [8][9]
Milt Schmidt 1939–40
Bill Cowley 1940–41
Herb Cain 1943–44
Phil Esposito 1968–69
1970–71
1971–72
1972–73
1973–74
Bobby Orr 1969–70
1974–75
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey Charlie Simmer 1985–86 [10][11]
Gord Kluzak 1989–90
Cam Neely 1993–94
Phil Kessel 2006–07
Calder Memorial Trophy Rookie of the year Frank Brimsek 1938–39 [12][13]
Jack Gelineau 1949–50
Larry Regan 1956–57
Bobby Orr 1966–67
Derek Sanderson 1967–68
Ray Bourque 1979–80
Sergei Samsonov 1997–98
Andrew Raycroft 2003–04
Conn Smythe Trophy Most valuable player of the playoffs Bobby Orr 1969–70 [14][15]
1971–72
Tim Thomas 2010–11
Frank J. Selke Trophy Forward who best excels in the defensive aspect of the game Steve Kasper 1981–82 [16][17]
Patrice Bergeron 2011–12
2013–14
2014–15
2016–17
General Manager of the Year Award Top general manager Don Sweeney 2018–19 [18]
Hart Memorial Trophy Most valuable player to his team during the regular season Eddie Shore 1932–33 [19][20]
1934–35
1935–36
1937–38
Bill Cowley 1940–41
1942–43
Milt Schmidt 1950–51
Phil Esposito 1968–69
1973–74
Bobby Orr 1969–70
1970–71
1971–72
Jack Adams Award Top coach during the regular season Don Cherry 1975–76 [21]
Pat Burns 1997–98
Claude Julien 2008–09
James Norris Memorial Trophy Top defenseman during the regular season Bobby Orr 1967–68 [22][23]
1968–69
1969–70
1970–71
1971–72
1972–73
1973–74
1974–75
Ray Bourque 1986–87
1987–88
1989–90
1990–91
1993–94
Zdeno Chara 2008–09
King Clancy Memorial Trophy Leadership qualities on and off the ice and humanitarian contributions within their community Patrice Bergeron 2012–13 [24][25]
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy Gentlemanly conduct Bobby Bauer 1939–40 [26][27]
1940–41
1946–47
Don McKenney 1959–60
Johnny Bucyk 1970–71
1973–74
1975–76
Rick Middleton 1981–82
Mark Messier Leadership Award Player who exemplifies leadership on and off the ice Zdeno Chara 2010–11 [28]
NHL Foundation Player Award Community service Patrice Bergeron 2013–14 [29]
Ted Lindsay Award Most valuable player as chosen by the players Phil Esposito 1970–71 [30]
1972–73
Bobby Orr 1974–75
Vezina Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1927–81) Tiny Thompson 1929–30 [31][32]
1932–33
1935–36
1937–38
Frank Brimsek 1938–39
1941–42
Top goaltender (1981–present) Pete Peeters 1982–83
Tim Thomas 2008–09
2010–11
Tuukka Rask 2013–14
William M. Jennings Trophy Fewest goals given up in the regular season (1981–present) Reggie Lemelin 1989–90 [33][34]
Andy Moog
Manny Fernandez 2008–09
Tim Thomas

All-Stars[edit]

NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[edit]

The NHL First and Second Team All-Stars consists of the top players at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.

Boston Bruins selected to the NHL First and Second Team All-Stars[35]
Player Position Selections Season Team
Bobby Bauer Right Wing 4 1938–39 2nd
1939–40 2nd
1940–41 2nd
1946–47 2nd
Ray Bourque Defense 18 1979–80 1st
1980–81 2nd
1981–82 1st
1982–83 2nd
1983–84 1st
1984–85 1st
1985–86 2nd
1986–87 1st
1987–88 1st
1988–89 2nd
1989–90 1st
1990–91 1st
1991–92 1st
1992–93 1st
1993–94 1st
1994–95 2nd
1995–96 1st
1998–99 2nd
Frank Brimsek Goaltender 8 1938–39 1st
1939–40 2nd
1940–41 2nd
1941–42 1st
1942–43 2nd
1945–46 2nd
1946–47 2nd
1947–48 2nd
Johnny Bucyk Left Wing 2 1967–68 2nd
1970–71 1st
Herb Cain Left Wing 1 1943–44 2nd
Wayne Cashman Left Wing 1 1973–74 2nd
Zdeno Chara Defense 5 2007–08 2nd
2008–09 1st
2010–11 2nd
2011–12 2nd
2013–14 1st
Real Chevrefils Left Wing 1 1956–57 2nd
Dit Clapper Right Wing 6 1930–31 2nd
1934–35 2nd
Defense 1938–39 1st
1939–40 1st
1940–41 1st
1943–44 2nd
Bill Cowley Center 5 1937–38 1st
1940–41 1st
1942–43 1st
1943–44 1st
1944–45 2nd
Jack Crawford Defense 2 1935–36 1st
1942–43 2nd
Byron Dafoe Goaltender 1 1998–99 2nd
Woody Dumart Left Wing 3 1939–40 2nd
1940–41 2nd
1946–47 2nd
Phil Esposito Center 8 1967–68 2nd
1968–69 1st
1969–70 1st
1970–71 1st
1971–72 1st
1972–73 1st
1973–74 1st
1974–75 2nd
Fernie Flaman Defense 3 1954–55 2nd
1956–57 2nd
1957–58 2nd
Ted Green Defense 1 1968–69 2nd
Bill Guerin Right Wing 1 2001–02 2nd
Jim Henry Goaltender 1 1951–52 2nd
Ken Hodge Right Wing 2 1970–71 1st
1973–74 1st
Flash Hollett Defense 1 1942–43 2nd
Bronco Horvath Center 1 1959–60 2nd
Fleming Mackell Center 1 1952–53 1st
Brad Marchand Left Wing 2 2016–17 1st
2018–19 2nd
John McKenzie Right Wing 1 1969–70 2nd
Rick Middleton Right Wing 1 1981–82 2nd
Cam Neely Right Wing 4 1987–88 2nd
1989–90 2nd
1990–91 2nd
1993–94 2nd
Bobby Orr Defense 9 1966–67 2nd
1967–68 1st
1968–69 1st
1969–70 1st
1970–71 1st
1971–72 1st
1972–73 1st
1973–74 1st
1974–75 1st
Brad Park Defense 2 1975–76 1st
1977–78 1st
Pete Peeters Goaltender 1 1982–83 1st
Bill Quackenbush Defense 2 1950–51 1st
1952–53 2nd
Tuukka Rask Goaltender 1 2013–14 1st
Art Ross Coach 3 1937–38 2nd
1938–39 1st
1942–43 2nd
Ed Sandford Left Wing 1 1953–54 2nd
Milt Schmidt Center 4 1939–40 1st
1946–47 1st
1950–51 1st
1951–52 2nd
Eddie Shore Defense 8 1930–31 1st
1931–32 1st
1932–33 1st
1933–34 2nd
1934–35 1st
1935–36 1st
1937–38 1st
1938–39 1st
Babe Siebert Defense 1 1935–36 1st
Tim Thomas Goaltender 2 2008–09 1st
2010–11 1st
Tiny Thompson Goaltender 4 1930–31 2nd
1934–35 2nd
1935–36 1st
1937–38 1st
Joe Thornton Center 1 2002–03 2nd
Cooney Weiland Coach 1 1940–41 1st

NHL All-Rookie Team[edit]

The NHL All-Rookie Team consists of the top rookies at each position as voted on by the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[36]

Boston Bruins selected to the NHL All-Rookie Team[36]
Player Position Season
Brad Boyes Forward 2005–06
Nick Boynton Defense 2001–02
Ken Hodge, Jr. Forward 1990–91
Joe Juneau Forward 1992–93
Torey Krug Defense 2013–14
Charlie McAvoy Defense 2017–18
Kyle McLaren Defense 1995–96
Andrew Raycroft Goaltender 2003–04
Sergei Samsonov Forward 1997–98
Glen Wesley Defense 1987–88

All-Star Game selections[edit]

The National Hockey League All-Star Game is a mid-season exhibition game held annually between many of the top players of each season. Sixty-four All-Star Games have been held since 1947, with at least one player chosen to represent the Bruins in each year. The All-Star game has not been held in various years: 1979 and 1987 due to the 1979 Challenge Cup and Rendez-vous '87 series between the NHL and the Soviet national team, respectively, 1995, 2005, and 2013 as a result of labor stoppages, and 2006, 2010, and 2014 because of the Winter Olympic Games.[37] Boston has hosted two of the games. The 24th took place at the Boston Garden and 46th took place at TD Garden, then known as the FleetCenter.

  • dagger Selected by fan vote[38]
  • Up-arrow All-Star Game Most Valuable Player[39]
Boston Bruins players and coaches selected to the All-Star Game
Game Year Name Position References
1st 1947 Bobby Bauer Right Wing [40]
Frank Brimsek Goaltender
Woody Dumart Left Wing
Milt Schmidt Center
2nd 1948 Frank Brimsek Goaltender [41]
Woody Dumart Left Wing
Milt Schmidt Center
3rd 1949 Bill Quackenbush Defense [42]
Paul Ronty Center
4th 1950 Lynn Patrick Coach [43]
Johnny Peirson Right Wing
Bill Quackenbush Defense
Paul Ronty Center
5th 1951 Johnny Peirson Right Wing [44]
Bill Quackenbush Defense
Ed Sandford Left Wing
Milt Schmidt Center
6th 1952 Dave Creighton Center [45]
Jim Henry Goaltender
Bill Quackenbush Defense
Ed Sandford Left Wing
Milt Schmidt Center
7th 1953 Lynn Patrick Coach [46]
Bill Quackenbush Defense
Ed Sandford Left Wing
8th 1954 Fleming Mackell Center [47]
Doug Mohns Defense
Bill Quackenbush Defense
Ed Sandford Left Wing
9th 1955 Fernie Flaman Defense [48]
Leo Labine Right Wing
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
10th 1956 Fernie Flaman Defense [49]
Leo Labine Right Wing
Terry Sawchuk Goaltender
11th 1957 Real Chevrefils Left Wing [50]
Fernie Flaman Defense
Don McKenney Center
Milt Schmidt Coach
Allan Stanley Defense
12th 1958 Fernie Flaman Defense [51]
Don McKenney Center
Doug Mohns Defense
Milt Schmidt Coach
Jerry Toppazzini Right Wing
13th 1959 Fernie Flaman Defense [52]
Don McKenney Center
Doug Mohns Defense
Jerry Toppazzini Right Wing
14th 1960 Bob Armstrong Defense [53]
Bronco Horvath Defense
Don McKenney Center
Vic Stasiuk Left Wing
15th 1961 Leo Boivin Defense [54]
Don McKenney Center
Doug Mohns Defense
16th 1962 Leo Boivin Defense [55]
Don McKenney Center
Doug Mohns Defense
17th 1963 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing [56]
Tom Johnson Defense
Murray Oliver Center
Dean Prentice Left Wing
18th 1964 Leo Boivin Defense [57]
Johnny Bucyk Left Wing
Murray Oliver Center
19th 1965 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing [58]
Ted Green Defense
Murray Oliver Center
20th 1967 Murray Oliver Center [59]
21st 1968 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing [60]
Bobby Orr Defense
22nd 1969 Gerry Cheevers Goaltender [61]
Phil Esposito Center
Ted Green Defense
Bobby Orr Defense
23rd 1970 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing [62]
Phil Esposito Center
John McKenzie Right Wing
Bobby Orr Defense
24th 1971 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing [63]
Phil Esposito Center
Ken Hodge Right Wing
Bobby Orr Defense
Harry Sinden Coach
Dallas Smith Defense
Ed Westfall Right Wing
25th 1972 Phil Esposito Center [64]
John McKenzie Right Wing
Bobby OrrUp-arrow Defense
Dallas Smith Defense
26th 1973 Phil Esposito Center [65]
Ken Hodge Right Wing
Tom Johnson Coach
Bobby Orr Defense
Dallas Smith Defense
27th 1974 Wayne Cashman Left Wing [66]
Phil Esposito Center
Gilles Gilbert Goaltender
Ken Hodge Right Wing
Dallas Smith Defense
28th 1975 Phil Esposito Center [67]
Terry O'Reilly Right Wing
Bobby Orr Defense
Carol Vadnais Defense
29th 1976 Brad Park Defense [68]
Gregg Sheppard Center
30th 1977 Peter McNab Center [69]
Brad Park Defense
31st 1978 Terry O'Reilly Right Wing [70]
Brad Park Defense
32nd 1980 Jean Ratelle Center [71]
33rd 1981 Ray Bourque Defense [72]
Rick Middleton Right Wing
34th 1982 Ray Bourque Defense [73]
Rick Middleton Right Wing
35th 1983 Ray Bourque Defense [74]
Barry Pederson Center
Pete Peeters Goaltender
36th 1984 Ray Bourque Defense [75]
Rick Middleton Right Wing
Mike O'Connell Defense
Barry Pederson Center
Pete Peeters Goaltender
37th 1985 Ray Bourque Defense [76]
38th 1986 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [77]
39th 1988 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [78]
Cam Neely Right Wing
40th 1989 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [79]
Rejean Lemelin Goaltender
Cam Neelydagger Right Wing
Terry O'Reilly Coach
Glen Wesley Defense
41st 1990 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [80]
Cam Neelydagger Right Wing
42nd 1991 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [81]
Dave Christian Right Wing
Garry Galley Defense
Mike Milbury Coach
Andy Moog Goaltender
Cam Neelydagger Right Wing
43rd 1992 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [82]
44th 1993 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [83]
Adam Oates Center
45th 1994 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [84]
Adam Oates Center
46th 1996 Ray BourquedaggerUp-arrow Defense [85]
Cam Neely Right Wing
47th 1997 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [86]
Adam Oates Center
48th 1998 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [87]
49th 1999 Ray Bourquedagger Defense [88]
Dmitri Khristich Left Wing
50th 2000 Ray Bourque Defense [89]
51st 2001 Jason Allison Center [90]
Bill GuerinUp-arrow Right Wing
Sergei Samsonov Left Wing
52nd 2002 Joe Thornton Center [91]
53rd 2003 Glen Murray Right Wing [92]
Joe Thornton Center
54th 2004 Nick Boynton Defense [93]
Glen Murray Right Wing
Joe Thorntondagger Center
55th 2007 Zdeno Chara Defense [94]
56th 2008 Zdeno Charadagger Defense [95]
Marc Savard Center
Tim Thomas Goaltender
57th 2009 Zdeno Chara Defense [96]
Marc Savard Center
Tim Thomas Goaltender
58th 2011 Zdeno Chara Defense [97]
Tim Thomas Goaltender
59th 2012 Zdeno Chara Defense [98]
Tyler Seguin Center
Tim Thomasdagger Goaltender
60th 2015 Patrice Bergeron Center [99]
61st 2016 Patrice Bergeron Center [100]
62nd 2017 Brad Marchand Left Wing [101]
Tuukka Rask Goaltender
63rd 2018 Brad Marchand Left Wing [102]
64th 2019 David Pastrnak Right Wing [103]

All-Star benefit games[edit]

Prior to the institution of the National Hockey League All-Star Game the league held three different benefit games featuring teams of all-stars. The first was the Ace Bailey Benefit Game, held in 1934, after a violent collision with Boston's Eddie Shore left Ace Bailey of the Toronto Maple Leafs hospitalized and unable to continue his playing career.[104] In 1937 the Howie Morenz Memorial Game was held to raise money for the family of Howie Morenz of the Montreal Canadiens who died from complications after being admitted to the hospital for a broken leg.[105] The Babe Siebert Memorial Game was held in 1939 to raise funds for the family of the Canadiens' Babe Siebert who drowned shortly after he retired from playing.[106]

Boston Bruins players and coaches selected to All-Star benefit games
Game Year Name Position References
Ace Bailey Benefit Game 1934 Eddie Shore Defense [104]
Nels Stewart Center
Howie Morenz Memorial Game 1937 Dit Clapper Defense [105]
Eddie Shore Defense
Tiny Thompson Goaltender
Babe Siebert Memorial Game 1939 Bobby Bauer Right Wing [106]
Frank Brimsek Goaltender
Dit Clapper Defense
Art Ross Coach
Eddie Shore Defense

All-Star Game replacement events[edit]

Boston Bruins players and coaches selected to All-Star Game replacement events
Event Year Name Position References
Challenge Cup 1979 Gerry Cheevers Goaltender [107]
Don Marcotte Left Wing
Rendez-vous '87 1987 Ray Bourque Defense [108]

Career achievements[edit]

Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

The following is a list of Boston Bruins who have been enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame.[109][110]

Boston Bruins inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame[109][110]
Individual Category Year inducted Years with Bruins in category References
Charles Adams Builder 1960 1924–1936 [111]
Weston Adams Builder 1972 1936–1951, 1964–1969 [112]
Dave Andreychuk Player 2017 1999–2000 [113]
Marty Barry Player 1965 1929–1935 [114]
Bobby Bauer Player 1996 1935–1942, 1945–1947, 1951–1952 [115]
Leo Boivin Player 1986 1954–1966 [116]
Ray Bourque Player 2004 1979–2000 [117]
Frank Brimsek Player 1966 1938–1949 [118]
Walter Brown Builder 1962 1951–1964 [119]
Johnny Bucyk Player 1981 1957–1978 [120]
Billy Burch Player 1974 1932–1933 [121]
Pat Burns Builder 2014 1997–2000 [122]
Gerry Cheevers Player 1985 1965–1972, 1975–1980 [123]
Dit Clapper Player 1947 1927–1947 [124]
Sprague Cleghorn Player 1958 1925–1928 [125]
Paul Coffey Player 2004 2000–2001 [126]
Roy Conacher Player 1998 1938–1942, 1945–1946 [127]
Bun Cook Player 1995 1936–1937 [128]
Bill Cowley Player 1968 1935–1947 [129]
Cy Denneny Player 1959 1928–1929 [130]
Woody Dumart Player 1992 1935–1942, 1945–1954 [131]
Phil Esposito Player 1984 1967–1976 [132]
Fernie Flaman Player 1990 1945–1952, 1954–1956 [133]
Frank Fredrickson Player 1958 1926–1929 [134]
Busher Jackson Player 1971 1941–1944 [135]
Jeremy Jacobs Builder 2017 1975–present [136]
Tom Johnson Player 1970 1963–1965 [137]
Duke Keats Player 1958 1926–1927 [138]
Guy Lapointe Player 1993 1983–1984 [139]
Brian Leetch Player 2009 2005–2006 [140]
Harry Lumley Player 1980 1957–1960 [141]
Mickey MacKay Player 1952 1928–1930 [142]
Sylvio Mantha Player 1960 1936–1937 [143]
Joe Mullen Player 2000 1995–1996 [144]
Cam Neely Player 2005 1986–1996 [145]
Willie O'Ree Builder 2018 1958, 1960–1961 [146]
Adam Oates Player 2012 1992–1997 [147]
Harry Oliver Player 1967 1926–1934 [148]
Bobby Orr Player 1979 1966–1976 [149]
Bernie Parent Player 1984 1965–1967 [150]
Brad Park Player 1988 1975–1983 [151]
Jacques Plante Player 1978 1972–1973 [152]
Babe Pratt Player 1966 1946–1947 [153]
Bill Quackenbush Player 1976 1949–1956 [154]
Jean Ratelle Player 1985 1975–1981 [155]
Mark Recchi Player 2017 2009–2011 [156]
Terry Sawchuk Player 1971 1955–1957 [157]
Milt Schmidt Player 1961 1936–1942, 1946–1955 [158]
Eddie Shore Player 1945 1926–1940 [159]
Babe Siebert Player 1964 1933–1936 [160]
Harry Sinden Builder 1983 1966–1970, 1972–present [161]
Hooley Smith Player 1972 1936–1937 [162]
Allan Stanley Player 1981 1956–1958 [163]
Nels Stewart Player 1962 1932–1935, 1936–1937 [164]
Tiny Thompson Player 1959 1928–1939 [165]
Rogie Vachon Player 2016 1980–1982 [166]
Cooney Weiland Player 1971 1928–1939 [167]

Foster Hewitt Memorial Award[edit]

Two members of the Boston Bruins organization have been honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award. The award is presented by the Hockey Hall of Fame to members of the radio and television industry who make outstanding contributions to their profession and the game of ice hockey during their broadcasting career.[168]

Members of the Boston Bruins honored with the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award
Individual Year honored Years with Bruins as broadcaster References
Fred Cusick 1984 1952–1967, 1969–1997 [168]
Bob Wilson 1987 1964–1969, 1971–1994 [168]

Lester Patrick Trophy[edit]

The Lester Patrick Trophy has been presented by the National Hockey League and USA Hockey since 1966 to honor a recipient's contribution to ice hockey in the United States.[169] This list includes all personnel who have ever been employed by the Boston Bruins in any capacity and have also received the Lester Patrick Trophy.

Members of the Boston Bruins honored with the Lester Patrick Trophy
Individual Year honored Years with Bruins References
Charles Adams 1967 1924–1936 [7]
Weston Adams 1974 1936–1969 [7]
Walter Brown 1968 1946–1964 [7]
Johnny Bucyk 1977 1957–1978 [7]
Fred Cusick 1988 1952–1967, 1969–1997 [7]
Phil Esposito 1978 1967–1975 [169]
Jeremy Jacobs 2015 1975–present [170]
Cam Neely 2010 1986–1996 [7]
Bobby Orr 1979 1966–1976 [169]
Art Ross 1984 1924–1954 [7]
Milt Schmidt 1996 1936–1942, 1945–1955 [7]
Eddie Shore 1970 1926–1940 [7]
Harry Sinden 1999 1966–1970, 1972–present [7]
Cooney Weiland 1972 1928–1932, 1935–1939 [7]

United States Hockey Hall of Fame[edit]

Members of the Boston Bruins inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame[110]
Individual Year inducted Years with Bruins References
Frank Brimsek 1973 1938–1949 [171]
Walter Brown 1973 1951–1964 [172]
Bobby Carpenter 2007 1988–1992 [173]
Dave Christian 2001 1989–1991 [174]
Brian Gionta 2019 2018 [175]
Bill Guerin 2013 2000–2002 [176]
Hago Harrington 2018 1925–1928 [177]
Craig Janney 2016 1988–1992 [178]
Myles Lane 1973 1928–1930, 1933–1934 [179]
Reed Larson 1996 1985–1988 [180]
Brian Leetch 2008 2005–2006 [181]
Mike Milbury 2006 1975–1987 [182]
Joe Mullen 1998 1995–1996 [183]
George Owen 1973 1928–1933 [184]
Gordie Roberts 1999 1992–1994 [185]
Tim Thomas 2019 2002–2003, 2005–2012 [175]
Cliff Thompson 1973 1941–1942, 1948–1949 [186]
Tom Williams 1981 1961–1969 [187]
Ken Yackel 1986 1958–1959 [188]

Retired numbers[edit]

The Boston Bruins have retired eleven of their jersey numbers. Also out of circulation is the number 99 which was retired league-wide for Wayne Gretzky on February 6, 2000.[189] Gretzky did not play for the Bruins during his 20-year NHL career and no Bruins player had ever worn the number 99 prior to its retirement.[190][191]

Boston Bruins retired numbers
Number Player Position Years with Bruins as a player Date of retirement ceremony References
2 Eddie Shore Defense 1926–1940 January 1, 1947 [192]
3 Lionel Hitchman Defense 1925–1934 February 22, 1934 [192]
4 Bobby Orr Defense 1966–1976 January 9, 1979 [192]
5 Dit Clapper Right Wing, Defense 1927–1947 February 12, 1947 [192]
7 Phil Esposito Center 1967–1975 December 3, 1987 [192]
8 Cam Neely Right Wing 1986–1996 January 12, 2004 [193]
9 Johnny Bucyk Left Wing 1957–1978 March 13, 1980 [193]
15 Milt Schmidt Center 1936–1955 March 13, 1980 [193]
16 Rick Middleton Right Wing 1976–1988 November 29, 2018 [194]
24 Terry O'Reilly Right Wing 1972–1985 October 24, 2002 [193]
77 Ray Bourque Defense 1979–2000 October 4, 2001 [193]

Team awards[edit]

Eddie Shore Award[edit]

The Eddie Shore Award, named for Bruins great Eddie Shore, is an annual award given to the player "demonstrating exceptional hustle and determination" throughout the season as determined by the "Gallery Gods."[195] The 2018–19 recipient of the award was Jake DeBrusk.[196]

Elizabeth C. Dufresne Trophy[edit]

The Elizabeth C. Dufresne Trophy is an annual award given to the player who is "most outstanding in home games" as voted by the Boston chapter of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.[197][198] Along with other team awards, the Dufresne Trophy is traditionally presented at the last home game of each regular season. The most frequently honored player is Ray Bourque, who won the Dufresne Trophy seven times. Phil Esposito and Bobby Orr each won it five times, while Milt Schmidt and Rick Middleton won it four times each.[199]

John P. Bucyk Award[edit]

The John P. Bucyk Award, named for Bruins great Johnny Bucyk, is an annual award given for "Charitable and Community Endeavors."[197]

Seventh Player Award[edit]

The Seventh Player Award is an annual award given to the player who "performed beyond expectations" as voted by Bruins fans.[197]

Three Stars Awards[edit]

The Bruins Three Stars Awards are annual awards given to the top three performers at home during the regular season.[195][200]

Other awards[edit]

Boston Bruins who have received non-NHL awards
Award Description Winner Season References
Best Championship Performance ESPY Award Best performance in a championship game, series, or tournament of the last calendar year Tim Thomas 2011 [201]
Best NHL Player ESPY Award Best NHL player of the last calendar year Tim Thomas 2011 [201]
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award For humanitarian or community service projects Bobby Orr 1970–71 [202][203][204]
Johnny Bucyk 1975–76
Brad Park 1982–83
Golden Hockey Stick Best Czech ice hockey player David Krejci 2012 [205]
David Pastrnak 2017 [206]
2018 [207]
Lionel Conacher Award Canada's male athlete of the year Bobby Orr 1970 [208][209][210]
Phil Esposito 1972
1973
Lou Marsh Trophy Canada's top athlete Bobby Orr 1970 [211]
Phil Esposito 1972

See also[edit]

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