Bobby Orr Jerseys

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New CCM Bobby Orr 4 Vintage Heroes of Hockey Replica Jersey Bruins Medium XL

New CCM Bobby Orr 4 Vintage Heroes of Hockey Replica Jersey Bruins Medium XL
$79.99

NWT Bobby Orr NHL Throwback CCM Boston Bruins Home jersey Size 3XL 56

NWT Bobby Orr NHL Throwback CCM Boston Bruins Home jersey Size 3XL 56
$79.95

Boston Bruins Bobby Orr 4 Starter Heavyweight Jersey size 2XL

Boston Bruins Bobby Orr 4 Starter Heavyweight Jersey size 2XL
$99.99

Boston Bruins Reebok Edge 10 Bobby Orr Jersey 46

Boston Bruins Reebok Edge 10 Bobby Orr Jersey 46
$120.00

BOBBY ORR 1971 72 MITCHELL  NESS Authentic JERSEY Boston Bruins NWT Size LARGE

BOBBY ORR 1971 72 MITCHELL NESS Authentic JERSEY Boston Bruins NWT Size LARGE
$149.99

New CCM BOBBY ORR 75 76 BOSTON BRUINS Heroes Of Hockey Stitched Team JERSEY S M

New CCM BOBBY ORR 75 76 BOSTON BRUINS Heroes Of Hockey Stitched Team JERSEY S M
$99.99

70s DOUG LAURIE Store Model BOBBY ORR No 4 CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS MED Jersey

70s DOUG LAURIE Store Model BOBBY ORR No 4 CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS MED Jersey
$650.00

Bobby Orr Hockey Jersey 4 CCM Vintage 1972 Boston Bruins NHL Licensed XXL

Bobby Orr Hockey Jersey 4 CCM Vintage 1972 Boston Bruins NHL Licensed XXL
$61.22

New CCM VINTAGE Bobby Orr BOSTON BRUINS JERSEY White Mens LARGE 4 Drawstrings

New CCM VINTAGE Bobby Orr BOSTON BRUINS JERSEY White Mens LARGE 4 Drawstrings
$119.97

NHL Boston Bruins Winter Classic Bobby Orr CCM Throwback Hockey Jersey Size 50 L

NHL Boston Bruins Winter Classic Bobby Orr CCM Throwback Hockey Jersey Size 50 L
$95.00

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins CCM Black Premier Jersey

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins CCM Black Premier Jersey
$179.95

NHL BOSTON BRUINS 1965 BOBBY ORR THROWBACK 4 CCM Hockey Jersey Size 50 L

NHL BOSTON BRUINS 1965 BOBBY ORR THROWBACK 4 CCM Hockey Jersey Size 50 L
$95.00

300 Mitchell  Ness Vintage Authentic Bobby Orr 4 Bruins Jersey Medium NWT

300 Mitchell Ness Vintage Authentic Bobby Orr 4 Bruins Jersey Medium NWT
$149.99

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins CCM Vintage Heroes of Hockey Jersey M 2XL

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins CCM Vintage Heroes of Hockey Jersey M 2XL
$175.00

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins BOYS YOUTH CCM Heroes of Hockey Jersey

Bobby Orr Boston Bruins BOYS YOUTH CCM Heroes of Hockey Jersey
$99.95

Rawlings vintage 60s 1960s Boston Bruins Bobby Orr jersey original M Medium Med

Rawlings vintage 60s 1960s Boston Bruins Bobby Orr jersey original M Medium Med
$116.66



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More About Bobby Orr Jerseys

If there is one player that can give Wayne Gretzky a run for his money in the conversation of the greatest hockey player of all time it is Bobby Orr. As dominant as Gretzky was in the 1980s this Boston Bruins superstar perhaps owned the ice even more completely than The Great One. Every time he touched the puck it seemed something magical would happen, and his speed and his stickhandling left opponents floundering in his wake, wondering how the elusive star had slipped by them. More than 30 years after his retirement his popularity with fans old and young remains immense and Bobby Orr jerseys are among the most popular for Bruins fans.

It was clear from an early age that Bobby Orr was destined to be a special hockey player. Such was his promise that the Boston Bruins actually signed him at the tender age of 14. He would go on to play junior hockey for the Oshawa Generals, and in his final season before graduating to the NHL he would average 2 points per game.

Bobby Orr Becomes a Boston Bruin

Orr made the jump from junior to the NHL seamlessly, and though he would miss 9 games with a knee injury in his rookie campaign (an ominous foreshadowing to an injury-plagued career) he still posted 41 points and earned the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year.

In the following two seasons Orr would put up decent numbers, but in the 1969-70 season the Bruins legend would really come into his own. Playing on a roster filled with stars like Phil Esposito, Johnny Bucyk, Wayne Cashman, Ken Hodge and Gerry Cheevers Orr set the NHL on fire like no defenseman in history ever had. He scored 33 goals, and amassed a jaw-dropping 120 points. Even more unbelievably, he actually won the Art Ross Trophy as the league's leading scorer, becoming the first defenseman in NHL history to do so. To top off his amazing year he scored the Stanley Cup winning goal against the St. Louis Blues, and the image of him flying through the air, arms raised after potting the OT cup winner, is one of the most memorable in sport.

As great a season as he had that year, the following season was even more impressive. Orr set NHL records that still stand today, with 102 assists, 139 points, and a +124 plus/minus rating that defies belief. It could be argued that this season is the greatest statistical year by a player in the history of the game, even trumping Gretzky's 92 goal, 212 point season in 1981-82.

Though Orr and the Bruins would have a fantastic regular season, they didn't get a shot at repeating as champions. Instead they were knocked out in the first round by rookie goaltender Ken Dryden and his Montreal Canadiens.

Orr and the Bruins returned in a big way in 1972. Orr registered 117 points and a +86 rating, finishing second in the scoring race to teammate Phil Esposito and helping the Bruins to first overall in the regular season. Come playoff time they would easily dispatch both the Toronto Maple Leafs and the St. Louis Blues, setting up a Stanley Cup Finals match-up against the New York Rangers and their GAG Line of Jean Ratelle, Rod Gilbert and Vic Hadfield, who'd finished three-four-five in league scoring that year. Orr was brilliant throughout the playoffs, registering 24 points in just 15 games, and in the deciding game 6 against the Rangers it was again Orr who played the hero, potting his second career Stanley Cup winner.

Bobby Orr's Bad Knees

Unfortunately for Orr, and for hockey fans everywhere, the superstar's bad knees weren't getting any better. He would enjoy just two more good seasons, registering 122 and 135 points respectively, and scoring an NHL record 46 goals in a single season (later surpassed by Paul Coffey of the Edmonton Oilers with 48). He would continue to play all out, rushing the puck numerous times per game and taking plenty of brutal hits as a result.

In 1975-76 Orr would only suit up for 10 games for the Bruins. The following year he signed with the Chicago Blackhawks. However, his ailing knees just wouldn't allow him to play much more, and he only suited up for a total of 26 games fin a Chicago Blackhawks jersey.

By the time he officially announced his retirement in 1978 he'd suffered through more than a dozen knee surgeries, and walking was a trial, let alone skating. His career stats are beyond incredible. 657 GP, 270 goals, 645 assists for 915 points, and a plus/minus rating of +597.

Bobby Orr's International Career

Fans of the Blackhawks and the Bruins weren't the only ones who got to don Bobby Orr jerseys in support of their hero. Orr also suited up for Team Canada. He was named to the 1972 Team Canada squad that competed against the Russians in the famous Summit series, but never played a game due to injury. However, Orr would get his shot to wear the red maple leaf in 1976. Starring alongside legends like Bobby Clarke, Marcel Dionne, Guy Lafleur, Gilbert Perreault and Denis Potvin on arguably the greatest Canadian team ever assembled, Orr would pot 9 points in 7 games, helping lead the Canadian squad to victories over the Finnish, American, Swedish and Russian squads, before defeating the Czech team two games to none in the best of three final.

Today Bobby Orr remains involved in hockey and his #4 Bobby Orr jersey hangs high in the rafters of the TD Garden reminding fans of how great this NHL was during his playing days with the Bruins.