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The Top 5 Boston Bruins Coaches in Franchise History Have Been Unveiled


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Austin Sabourin
June 4, 2023  (6:39 PM)
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The Boston Bruins, an esteemed team with a long-standing history in the NHL and the oldest in the United States, have been fortunate to have had a remarkable lineup of head coaches over the years. Let's take a closer look at some notable figures who have left their mark on Bruins' coaching history:

Harry Sinden: A pivotal figure, Sinden led the Bruins to their first Stanley Cup victory in nearly three decades during the 1969-1970 season.
Don "Grapes" Cherry: Known for his assertive and flamboyant coaching style, Cherry steered the Bruins through successful seasons and guided them to two appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Bruce "Butch" Cassidy: Initially taking on the role of interim head coach in the 2016-17 season, Cassidy guided the team to multiple playoff berths, culminating in a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2019.
To discover the top two Bruins coaches in history, please proceed to the next page.
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