Bruins To Retire Willie O'Ree's Number 22 In Garden RaftersThe team will retire O'Ree's number 22 prior to the Bruins' game against the New Jersey Devils on Feb. 18.
NHL To Honor Willie O'Ree With Special Decal On HelmetsThe NHL will honor Willie O'Ree -- the first black man to play in the league when he broke the color barrier with the Boston Bruins in 1958 -- with a special decal on helmets through January and February.
60 Years After Breaking NHL's Color Barrier With Bruins, Willie O'Ree Enshrined In Hockey Hall Of FameWillie O'Ree, the man who broke the NHL's color barrier with the Boston Bruins in 1958, has finally taken his spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Willie O'Ree Finally Heading To Hockey Hall Of Fame It took much longer than it should have, but Willie O'Ree is finally heading to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Boston Honors Hockey Pioneer Willie O'ReeHockey pioneer Willie O'Ree was honored in Boston on Wednesday on the 60th anniversary of the Bruins forward breaking the NHL's color barrier.
Willie O'Ree, First Black NHL Player, Reflects On Career Challenges To Boston YouthWillie O’Ree was once despised and discriminated against because of his skin color.
Black NHL Legend O'Ree To Visit Milton Rink On SaturdaySaturday morning, Willie O'Ree will be at the Ulin ice rink in Milton from 8:30 to 11 a.m. to speak with kids about being black and playing hockey.
Ty Law, Mike Lowell Happy To Be Back In Boston For "The Tradition"Boston sports legends Ty Law and Mike Lowell are happy to be back in Boston for the 10th annual "The Tradition" at the TD Garden.
'The Tradition' Set To Honor Bird, Law, LowellThe New England Sports Museum is set to honor six athletes Tuesday night at “The Tradition” at the TD Garden, including Celtics legend Larry Bird, Ty Law, Mike Lowell and Micky Ward.