Hockey Hall of Fame Celebrates the Boston Bruins With a Centennial Exhibit

Limited-time exhibit features exclusive artifacts showcasing 100 seasons of the Boston Bruins Hockey Club 

To celebrate the Boston Bruins’ milestone season, the Hockey Hall of Fame has opened a Boston Bruins Centennial exhibit that will run through the 2023-24 hockey season and into the 2024-25 hockey season with December 1, 2024, marking their 100th anniversary.

With specially curated artifacts ranging from 1926 to 2018, the display outlines the story of the first US-based NHL team to reach its Centennial and the third club overall. Featured items include a miniature Stanley Cup that was presented to Art Ross representing the team’s first Stanley Cup win in 1928-29, Nels Stewart’s game-worn NHL All-Star team sweater from the “Ace” Baily Benefit game played on February 14, 1934.  The famous “Kraut Line” is well represented with sweaters from Milt Schmidt (1937-38), Woody Dumart (1948-49) and Bobby Bauer (March 18, 1952).  Also included is Bobby Orr’s 60th regular season point stick from the 1968-69 NHL season, Phil Esposito’s 76th goal/152-point stick from the 1970-71 NHL season, Rogie Vachon’s 50th career shutout goal stick from the 1980-81 season, Ray Bourque’s 1000th point puck from February 29, 1992, and Patrice Bergeron’s 500th career NHL point stick from October 25, 2014.

“One of the National Hockey League’s original-six teams is celebrating its 100th anniversary and the Hockey Hall of Fame is thrilled and excited to showcase the rich history of the Boston Bruins”, said Phil Pritchard, Vice-President, Resource Centre and Curator, Hockey Hall of Fame.  “Historic moments, unique stories and numerous Honoured Members are represented in this special display honouring the great tradition of the Bruins.”

About the Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame (“HHOF”) was established in 1943 to honour and memorialize individuals who have brought special distinction to the game of hockey and those who made outstanding contributions to the development and advancement of hockey anywhere in the world, and to collect, research, preserve, exhibit and promote objects, images and other historical materials connected with the game at all levels. As a not-for-profit corporation and registered charity, HHOF owns and operates a museum and place of entertainment offering state-of-the-art exhibits, theatrical presentations, and educational programming from its premises at Brookfield Place, Toronto, and a multi-purpose archive, resource centre and research facility located at 400 Kipling Avenue, Toronto.


Kelly Masse

Hockey Hall of Fame

(416) 933-8212

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