Found February 05, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
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There's been many jerseys in the Bruins history that have come and gone and tugged at our heart strings. Many believe that the 1926 Bruins jersey is one of the greatest of all times, and I tend to agree. There's something simplistic about the design that reminds you of a time when players didn't use helmets and people wore suits to games. It was a simpler time in hockey lore when the NHL was barely learning to walk in America.  Some feel that the Bruins iconic B really took off when Bobby Orr took off. The black home jersey with golden shoulders and a touch of white to separate both. The yellow8-spoked B shining on a template of black, showcasing to the world its legendary status. These jerseys were so well loved that the Bruins brought them back as an alternate for a couple of seasons.  There are those that feel the Bruins jerseys in the 80's were the beacon of Bruins jersey greatness.  #TeamPooh for life.  But they all pale in co...
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