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Keeping the same job for 10 years would seem like a drag to some people, but when you love what you do, it doesn’t seem like work at all. Bobby Orr finished 10 seasons with the Boston Bruins and is widely accepted to be one the greatest hockey players of all time. While many records set by legends have been tied or passed throughout the years, Orr still remains the only defensive player who can claim winning two Art Ross Trophies for most points scored, he also still holds the record for most points and assists by a defensive player in a single season. His speed on the skates, and play-making talents transformed the defensive position and Orr was awarded three consecutive times with the title of the NHL’s most valuable player. At the age of 31, Orr was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame in 1979, and remains the Hall’s youngest member. Celebrate Orr’s victorious years with the Bruins when you wear the vintage Binder Alumni raglan T-shirt from Old Time Hockey. Featuring Orr’s name and number on the front, as well as distressed “Bruins” lettering and the Boston logo, this tee will show everyone just how long you’ve been a Bruins fan. The contrast-colored raglan sleeves will keep you warm at the rink while you cheer the Bruins' current MVPs to another victory.
- 50% Polyester/37% Cotton/13% Rayon
- Bottom of shirt slopes in front and back
- Contrast color raglan sleeves
- Officially licensed NHL product
- Screen print graphics
- Tagless collar
- Tri-blend T-shirt
- Vintage T-shirt
- Woven brand tag at hem
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