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B's to Host Hockey Fights Cancer Night tonight vs. Sharks

BOSTON, MA - The Bruins will host their Hockey Fights Cancer Night during their game against the San Jose Sharks.

Lavender, which represents awareness for all forms of cancer, will be incorporated into the game in several ways. The Bruins coaches, management, as well as NESN and 98.5 The Sports Hub broadcasters will all be wearing lavender Hockey Fights Cancer ties. Bruins players will be using lavender stick tape during Thursday’s game and will have Hockey Fight Cancer helmet decals throughout the month of October. Boston Bruins employees will also be wearing lavender ribbons.

To read more about how the Bruins will be helping raise donations and awareness to fight cancer, click the link above or here.

Triple OT Gives Neely Flashback

CHICAGO, IL - Wednesday night’s triple overtime in Game One of the Stanley Cup Final conjured up memories for Bruins President Cam Neely.

Albeit, not ones he’d like to remember.

The Bruins fell 4-3 to the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center with Andrew Shaw’s winner 52:08 into overtime, 12:08 into the third frame of extra time.

For Neely, it drew awfully close to the 3-2 triple overtime loss he endured as a Bruin in Game One of the 1990 Stanley Cup Final against the Edmonton Oilers.

Read the full feature by clicking here or on the link above.’s Caryn Switaj reports from the TD Garden where Cam Neely and Peter Chiarelli spoke to the press about the 2012-13 season.

We are all very excited that the NHL and the NHLPA have reached a tentative agreement, and we look forward to dropping the puck and playing Bruins Hockey in front of our fans at the TD Garden soon.
Cam Neely, Bruins President

Holiday Hospitality

Check out a recap of the Bruins annual holiday toy delivery event, which visited six children’s hospitals throughout the Boston area this year, with alumni helpers like Cam Neely, Ray Bouque, and John Bucyk.

The Bruins continued their annual Holiday Toy Delivery tradition by bringing toys to children at Boston area hospitals.

Cam Neely and the B’s staff helped serve a Thanksgiving-style dinner to hundreds at the TD Garden.

The Bruins and the Warriors

Nicholas Soughley grew up in Winchester, Mass. around the corner from Bruins alumnus and current team President Cam Neely. As a child, Soughley said he and his friends would run up to Neely’s door, ring the bell, and scamper off, a practice more commonly known as “Ding-Dong-Ditch.”

Win Lunch with Bruins President Cam Neely, Tickets to Comics Come Home

The Boston Bruins Foundation is raffling off the chance for a lucky fan and a guest to have lunch with Boston Bruins President and Hall of Famer Cam Neely. In addition, the winner and three guests will get to attend Comics Come Home, the longest running stand-up comedy benefit in the nation, on Saturday, November 17, at Boston University’s Agganis Arena. The raffle is now open and continues through Thursday, November 15 at 5:00 p.m. ET.