Cam Neely Named President Of The Boston Bruins

June 16th, 2010 by Cam Maillet Leave a reply »
Many years after finishing his Hall of Fame career, and after his three seasons in the Bruins front office as the team's Vice President, Cam Neely will be named President of the Boston Bruins today, a team official reported.

The Bruins have been without a President since 2006 when Harry Sinden stepped down from the position after 17 long years in the office.

This is great news for Boston—finally getting a competitor as the President of their club. Fans should be very excited about the change in personnel, because of Neely being one of the best power-forwards ever to play the game makes him a very influential person to have in your front office.

And after hitting the 50-goal mark in just 44 games in his early career, Neely is a very respected figure within the hockey realm. He helped the Bruins reach the Stanley Cup Finals twice in his short 10-year tenure with the team.

However, he never won a Stanley Cup. But I don’t see this as meaning he doesn’t know how to win; rather, he’s still hungry for a Cup.

Neely's "Big Bad Bruin" attitude should excite fans, because a team playing under him will now most ...

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