Bruins Greatest Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

$50.00


Relive four of the greatest moments in Boston hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

The Comeback
6th Stanley Cup
Cam Neely's #50
4th Stanley Cup

Rest your pint on history.

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2013 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Game 7
The Comeback
Boston vs. Toronto
5 - 4
May 13, 2013
TD Garden, Boston, MA
Early in the third period of Game 7, Toronto had taken a commanding 4 - 1 lead. Facing elimination, rallied to put in 3 goals in the last 11 minutes, with Nathan Horton, Milan Lucic, and Patrice Bergeron all scoring to tie the game. Six minutes into OT Patrice Bergeron shoots and then swoops in to get the deflection out of the scrum for the game-winner.
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2011 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7
6th Stanley Cup
Boston vs. Vancouver
4 - 0
June 15, 2011
Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC
The 2011 Finals were hard fought against Vancouver. Having gone down 2 - 3 in the Series, Boston had fought back to force Game 7. Fourteen minutes into the game Brad Marchand weaved in and out of defenders and passed to Patrice Bergeron, who had maneuvered in front of the goal. Bergeron hit the puck into the left corner for the first goal. Boston went on to score three more goals to win the game and bring home their 6th Stanley Cup.
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1994 Regular Season
Cam Neely's #50
Boston vs. Washington
6 - 3
March 7, 1994
Boston Garden, Boston, MA
Cam Neely is one of the all time great Boston players, and he added to that legacy in 1994 when he scored 50 goals in only 44 games. Number 50 game against Washington in the third period of the game. Neely skated in front of the net and deflected in a shot from David Shaw.
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1970 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 4
4th Stanley Cup
Boston vs. St. Louis
4 - 3
May 10, 1970
Boston Garden, Boston, MA
It is one of the most iconic goals in Boston history from one of Boston's greatest players. Boston was on their way to a sweep in the Finals against St. Louis, but St. Louis put up a fight in Game 4, taking the game into OT. Just 40 seconds into OT Bobby Orr passed along the boards to Derek Sanderson, who passed back to Orr as he skated towards net. Orr hit the puck home for the game-winner, netting Boston it's 4th Stanley Cup.
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