BOBBY ORR: Synonymous with Boston Bruins hockey, but of course he was ultimately ‘exiled’ to Chicago, where he finished his injury-ravaged NHL career in a brief 26 games over three years.
Photograph by: Hockey Hall of Fame, .
They may have had surprisingly few encounters in the NHL playoffs (six series in all, the last one coming in 1978) for Original Six franchises, but the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks have shared some fairly good players over the decades.
We may not have reached ALL THE WAY back to these iconic franchises’ origins — the Bruins joined the NHL in 1924, the “Black Hawks” in 1926 — but here are some notable and not so remarkable players who have worn both storied jerseys.
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