Found October 05, 2011 on Iced Out Hockey:

After defying the Vancouver Canucks in June in their quest to lift Lord Stanley, the Boston Bruins have been rewarded to the tune of a 14-karat white gold diamond ring, 505 of them to be exact.

The ring’s crest contains six diamonds, representing the franchise’s six career championships. The player’s name and jersey number is situated on one side, while the Bruins’ logo surrounded by six stones to represent the team as one of the six original NHL teams can be found on the other side. Very Sophisticated.

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