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Ray Bourque was one of the all-time great defensemen, playing 21 seasons with the Bruins before finally capturing a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche
The Bruins acquired Bourque’s son, Chris, this past May in a trade, and the younger Bourque is hoping to add his own name to Bruins lore in the coming seasons. Unlike his dad, Chris may play left wing, but Chris has been following his dad to the rink since he was old enough to stand, so chances are he picked up some knowledge about how to play positions beyond defense, as well.
Check out the video above for a NESN Daily feature on the special father-son relationship the Bourque’s share.
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One of the Boston Bruins’ newest pickups from the offseason is a well known name in Boston, Chris Bourque, the son of Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque, but he isn’t exactly playing like his famous father. Bourque has just scored two goals and eight assists in 14 games while playing for the Bruins AHL [...]
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