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1966–67 Boston Bruins season

In the 1966-67 season, the Boston Bruins were the Bruins 43rd season in the NHL. Despite the debut of Bobby Orr, the Bruins finished in last place and not qualify for the playoffs. It was the last time the team will miss the playoffs until 1997, ...

1967–68 Boston Bruins season

In 1967, the Black hawks made a deal with the "Boston Bruins", which was one of the most one-sided in the history of sports. Chicago sent young forwards Phil Esposito, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield to Boston in exchange for pit Martin, Jack Norris ...

1968–69 Boston Bruins season

Bruins set several records in the League for scoring, both team and individual. Phil Esposito broke the League records for points and assists, becoming the first player in NHL history exceeds 100 points, with 126 and 77, respectively. With linema ...

1970–71 Boston Bruins season

In the playoffs ended quickly in the NHL, losing in the opening round with "Montreal Canadiens" and their rookie goaltender Ken Dryden in a seven-game upset.

1973–74 Boston Bruins season

January 24: Bobby Orr is ejected and removed with Wally Harris, claiming that he was stopped at Chicagos bill white. Ejection draws a strong reaction from Harry Sinden and the Boston garden crowd.

1979–80 Boston Bruins season

In the season 1979-80 Boston Bruins season Bruins 56th. In the first round of the NHL draft the Bruins prepared by ray Bourque. The Bruins had two coaches during the season. Fred Creighton had a record of 40 wins, 20 losses and 13 ties, while Har ...

1980–81 Boston Bruins season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1981–82 Boston Bruins season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1984–85 Boston Bruins season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1985–86 Boston Bruins season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1986–87 Boston Bruins season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1988–89 Boston Bruins season

In the 1988-89 season, the Boston Bruins, the team finishing in second place in the Adams division with a record of 37 wins, 29 losses, and 14 ties for 88 points. They defeated the Buffalo sabres in five games in the division semifinals before fa ...

1991–92 Boston Bruins season

The Boston Bruins in the 1991-92 season saw the Bruins took second place in the Adams division with a record of 36 wins, 32 losses, and 12 ties for 84 points. They defeated the Buffalo sabres in seven games in the division semifinals and swept th ...

1993–94 Boston Bruins season

In the 1993-94 season, the Boston Bruins was the 70th season of the Bruins. The season involved Cam Neely scoring 50 goals in 44 games, but the Bruins had already played 66 games, making this an unofficial record. The Bruins advanced to the secon ...

1994–95 Boston Bruins season

Season 1994-95 Boston Bruins was the teams 71st season. Bruins had a solid season, finishing in fourth place in the Eastern conference with 57 points. During the regular season, they had the highest number of shots on goal and allowed the fewest ...

1996–97 Boston Bruins season

In the 1996-97 season, the Boston Bruins was the teams 73rd season in the National Hockey League. The Bruins finished with the worst record in the NHL and missed the playoffs for the Stanley Cup since 1967.

1997–98 Boston Bruins season

Division: ATL – Atlantic, NE – northeast bold-qualified for playoffs

1998–99 Boston Bruins season

Note: CR = conference rank, GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties, and GF = goals for, GA = goals against, = points bolded teams in the playoffs. Division: ATL – Atlantic division, NE – northeast division, SE – Southeast division bold-qualif ...

1999–2000 Boston Bruins season

After the second round loss in Buffalo, last year, the Bruins headed into the 1999-2000 season with the confidence that they could reach the playoffs for the third consecutive year under the leadership of head coach Pat burns. General Manager Har ...

2000–01 Boston Bruins season

In the 2000-01 season, the Boston Bruins were the clubs 78th season in the National Hockey League. The team took ninth place in the Eastern conference that year, failing to qualify for the playoffs of the Stanley Cup for the second year in a row, ...

2001–02 Boston Bruins season

The Boston Bruins in the season 2001/02 was in Boston 78th season Bruinss work. The Celtics in the playoffs, losing in the first round "Montreal Canadiens".

2002–03 Boston Bruins season

Note: CR = conference rank, GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties, OTL = overtime losses, and GF = goals for, GA = goals against, = points bolded teams in the playoffs. Divisions: at – Atlantic, NE – northeast, SE – Southeast P – the winner ...

2003–04 Boston Bruins season

Note: CR = conference rank, GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties, OTL = overtime losses, and GF = goals for, GA = goals against, = points bolded teams in the playoffs. Divisions: at – Atlantic, NE – northeast, SE – Southeast Z – clinched co ...

2004–05 Boston Bruins season

The Boston Bruins in the 2004-05 season was the season of the National Hockey League against the Bruins, 81st, its games were cancelled as the 2004-05 NHL lockout could not be resolved in time.

2005–06 Boston Bruins season

Boston Bruins season was the 2005-06 Boston Bruins season is the 82nd operation. The Bruins slipped to 13th place in the Eastern conference and came out in 2006-offs for the Stanley Cup.

2006–07 Boston Bruins season

In the 2006-07 season, the Boston Bruins, the franchises 83rd, saw the team working to improve on the 2005-06 season, when they managed to win the third-worst record in the Eastern conference.

2007–08 Boston Bruins season

In 2007-08 Boston Bruins season began on October 5, 2007. It was the 84th season in the National Hockey League. The Bruins entered the 2007-08 season with a new head coach after the team fired Dave Lewis shortly before the 2007 NHL entry draft. K ...

2008–09 Boston Bruins season

The Boston Bruins in the 2008-09 season was the 85th season of the NHL in the National Hockey League. Their regular season began on the road October 9, 2008, in Denver against the "Colorado avalanche" and ended on 12 April 2009 against the new Yo ...

2009–10 Boston Bruins season

The 2009-10 Boston Bruins is Bruins 86th season in the National Hockey League. Their regular season began with a national-televised home game against the Washington capitals on October 1, 2009 and ended the away game against the same capitals tea ...

2011–12 Boston Bruins season

The 2011-12 Boston Bruins was the 88th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League, which was established on 4 November 1924. The Bruins entered the 2011-12 season as Champions of the Stanley Cup.

2014–15 Boston Bruins season

Season 2014-15 "Boston Bruins" was the 91st season for the franchise in the National Hockey League, which was established on November 1, 1924. Despite the fact, earning 96 points, the Bruins did not qualify for the 2015 playoffs of the Stanley Cu ...

2015–16 Boston Bruins season

2015-16 season the Boston Bruins was the 92nd season of the National Hockey League franchise that was established on 1 November 1924. The season of regular games 8, 2015 against the Winnipeg jets with a 6-2 loss. One franchise achievement Bruins ...

2016–17 Boston Bruins season

The Bruins won in the playoffs for the first time since the season 2013/14. They met in "the Ottawa senators" in the first round, where they were eventually defeated in six games.

2017–18 Boston Bruins season

† Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Bruins. Statistics reflect time with the Bruins. ‡ Denotes that the player was sold in the middle of the season. Statistics reflect time with the Bruins. Bold / italics denotes franchis ...

2019–20 Boston Bruins season

Season 2019-20 Boston Bruins is the 96th season for the franchise in the National Hockey League, which was established on November 1, 1924. The Bruins entered the season as Champions of the Eastern conference. The season was suspended, the offici ...

1970–71 Buffalo Sabres season

The Buffalo sabres season 1970-71 was the first season of sabres in the National Hockey League. The sabres had the first pick in the 1970 NHL draft-fan, which they used to select Gilbert Perrault. Perreaults led by NHL rookie record of 38 goals, ...

1971–72 Buffalo Sabres season

8.7 million U.S. dollars of approximately $54.9 million dollars in 2019, the reconstruction took place after the 1970-71 inauguration of the Sabres and franchise the Buffalo Braves. The arenas roof was raised 24 feet, making room for the new top ...

1972–73 Buffalo Sabres season

In the season 1972-73 Buffalo sabres was the third season of the sabers work in the National Hockey League. The team made the playoffs for the first time, but lost in the first round in Montreal, four games To two.

1973–74 Buffalo Sabres season

Early on the morning of 21 February 1974, while driving on the Queen Elizabeth way from Toronto to Buffalo in a white De Tomaso Pantera sports car, a gift from sabres GM George "punch" Imlach, Horton was involved in the infamous crash. He negotia ...

1975–76 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1976–77 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1978–79 Buffalo Sabres season

In season 1978-79 Buffalo sabres was the ninth season for sabres National Hockey League franchise that was established on 22 may 1970.

1981–82 Buffalo Sabres season

In 1981-82 Buffalo sabres season was the 12th season for sabres National Hockey League franchise that was established on 22 may 1970.

1982–83 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1983–84 Buffalo Sabres season

Season Buffalo sabres 1983-84 was 14 sabres season. Tom Barrasso was prepared by the sabres with the 5th overall pick in the 1983 NHL entry draft, becoming the highest drafted goalie ever until Roberto Luongo was taken 4th overall in 1997. Flowin ...

1984–85 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1985–86 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

1986–87 Buffalo Sabres season

Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF = goals for, GA = goals against note: teams that reach the playoffs are highlighted in bold.

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