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    1927-28 Boston Bruins Yearbook. One of the earliest and most attractive publications from the NHL's third-oldest team, this 1927-28 Boston Bruins yearbook features the team's ferocious stick-slinging bear mascot on the cover. From the glory days of manager and coach Art Ross, president Charles Adams and team captain Sprague Cleghorn, the 4x6" artifact is completely intact, while it presents solid EX quality throughout. An array of player and team executive photographs and biographies fill the interior pages, 24 in all, this piece will be sure fill the void in even the most impressive Bruins collections.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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