Boston Bruins Toronto Tickets
Formed in 1924, Boston Bruins is among the oldest franchises within National Hockey League. The team is one of the original six franchises in the league and the oldest franchise in NHL that is based in United States. Through its history, the team has managed to take home Stanley Cup championship on six occasions, making it one of the most successful franchises in the league. The current 2013-14 season marks Bruins’ 90th overall season in the league. By far, the team has already claimed victory against Toronto Maple Leafs in a home game but later in the season, Bruins will go against Maple Leafs in an away game. Support Bruins and catch the game live with Boston Bruins Toronto tickets.
Boston Bruins’ current 2013-14 season is in full motion and the team has been showing promising performance to the fans so far. Up till now, the team has gone toe to toe with Toronto Maple Leafs on one occasion in a home game. Bruins came out victorious from that home game predicament but later this season the team will have to repeat that in an away game scheduled to be held in Toronto. Show your support for Bruins with Boston Bruins Toronto tickets.
Joining the league as one of the original six franchises back in 1924, the team is the third oldest franchise in the league. Moreover, with six Stanley Cup wins to its name, Boston Bruins boast being fifth franchise in the league with most number of Stanley Cup championships. In addition to these, the franchise also has twenty four division championships, four conference championships and a Presidents’ Trophy. As of the moment, the team plays its home games at the TD Garden.
Toronto Maple Leafs on the other hand has also had its fair share of shining moments in history with thirteen Stanley Cup wins. Although the team is currently going through the longest Stanley Cup drought, Maple Leafs will still pose to be a competitive opponent for Bruins. The upcoming Boston Bruins Toronto game will be the second time these two teams meet each other. This time it’ll be Maple Leafs home turf and Bruins will be in a hostile territory.