The news that you’re being traded may not always be what a player wants to hear, but when the team who is taking you uses a trade and gives up the third overall draft pick for the following year, it might make it feel a little better. The Boston Bruins’ traded Barry Pederson and their first round draft pick for Cam Neely in 1987, a choice the team and fans will never forget. Bam-Bam Cam, as he came to be known, wasn’t afraid to make the game physical and devastated offensive attempts with his body checking, and he constantly racked up points for his team with his quick release and accurate shot. Even with an injury that limited his playing time, only 10 NHL players in history have surpassed Neely’s goals per game average in their career, and only Wayne Gretzky has scored 50 goals in fewer than Neely’s 49 games. In 2005, the NHL and all of its fans honored Neely as a member of the Hall of Fame. Celebrate his victorious years with the Bruins when you wear the vintage Binder Alumni raglan T-shirt from Old Time Hockey. Featuring Neely’s name and number on the front, as well as distressed “Bruins” lettering and the Boston logo, this tee will show everyone just how long you’ve been a Bruins fan. The contrast-colored raglan sleeves will keep you warm at the rink while you cheer the Bruins' current MVPs to another victory.
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