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                                                             February 9 Ticket Exchange Claim Instructions

For game vs. San Jose Sharks February 9 7:00 p.m.

Fans who had tickets and were unable to attend the February 9, 2017 Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks game due to the severe weather in Boston and the surrounding communities have the opportunity to exchange their tickets for a future regular season Boston Bruins home game between now and December 31, 2017.


Please follow the below steps on how to exchange your tickets:


Download, print, and complete this form. All fields are required.
Mail in this form along with the game tickets to the February 9, 2017 Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks game to the TD Garden Box Office at the address listed on the form. Patrons can also choose to drop off the completed form, along with their game tickets to the TD Garden Box Office located at 100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114 during regular business hours. 

Acceptable game tickets: 

2016-17 Game Ticket for the February 9, 2017 Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks game
2016-17 PDF Game Ticket for the February 9, 2017 Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks game



Forms must be received or postmarked by Friday, February 17, 2017
You will receive a follow up to your claim no later than Monday, March 13, 2017
TD Garden Suite purchasers will receive a separate communication regarding the exchange process during the week of February 13, 2017. If you have any questions, please call 617-624-2000 or contact your Client Service Representative.


Official Disclaimers:

The ticket barcode must be valid and not scanned at the February 9, 2017 Boston Bruins vs. San Jose Sharks game in order to be eligible for a ticket exchange. All exchanges are subject to ticket verification. Exchange claims will not be accepted via phone, fax or email. Exchanges are not guaranteed for the same seat location or area. New seat locations and games are subject to availability. Exchanged tickets will be for tickets of equal or lesser face value. Eligible inventory is extremely limited for the exchange program and redemption will be on a first come, first served basis after verification. Inventory may not be available for every game. By participating in an exchange, participant agrees that all decisions of the Boston Bruins with respect to the conduct of the exchange, including ticket validity, availability and location, are at the sole discretion of the Boston Bruins and are binding and final. 

Exchanges are final and non-transferable. There is no cash refund for tickets to be exchanged or exchanged tickets. 

This ticket exchange form is not applicable to TD Garden Suite purchasers. A separate method to exchange tickets will be shared the week of February 13, 2017.Type your paragraph here.



Michel Therrien fired, Julien hired


PRESS RELEASE     (February 14, 2017) - Montreal Canadiens general manager, Marc Bergen announced Tuesday the appointment of Claude Julien as the Club's new head coach. Michel Therrien has been relieved of his duties.

"I would like to sincerely thank Michel for his relentless work with the Montreal Canadiens over his eight seasons behind the bench, including the last five seasons when we worked together. The decision to remove Michel from his coaching duties was a difficult one because I have lots of respect for him. I came to the conclusion that our team needed a new energy, a new voice, a new direction. Claude Julien is an experienced and well respected coach with a good knowledge of the Montreal market. Claude has been very successful as an NHL coach and he won the Stanley Cup. Today we hired the best available coach, and one of the league's best. I am convinced that he has the capabilities to get our team back on the winning track," said Canadiens general manager, Marc Bergevin.

Claude Julien, 56, enters his second tour of duty as head coach of the Montreal Canadiens after assuming the role of head coach from January 2003 to January 2006 with a record of 72-62-10-15 in 159 regular season games at the helm of the team (holding a .531 winning percentage).

​Claude Julien has coached 997 regular season games in the NHL (Montreal, New Jersey and Boston), including the last 10 season as the Bruins bench boss (2007 to 2017). Throughout his NHL career, Julien managed a record of 538 wins, 332 losses, 10 ties and 117 overtime losses for a .603 winning percentage.

Julien was relieved of his coaching duties with the Boston Bruins on February 7 after compiling a record of 419-246-94 in 759 regular season games, and a .614 winning percentage behind the Bruins bench. He led his team to the Stanley Cup Championship in 2011 and also reached the NHL Stanley Cup finals in 2013. He also led the Bruins to the President's Trophy in 2013-14 after racking up 117 points in the standings. In 2008-09, Julien was the Jack Adams Trophy recipient as the NHL's head coach of the year and, on March 7, 2016 he reached yet another milestone when he became the winningest coach in Bruins history with 388 wins. Julien, who earned his 500th NHL win on February 13, 2016, also holds the Bruins record for most playoff wins with 57. With a career 997 games, Julien ranks 27th among NHL head coaches (11th among active head coaches) and 21st with 538 wins (10th among active head coaches).

A native of Orleans, Ontario, Julien began his coaching career behind the bench of the Hull Olympiques in the QMJHL back in 1996. Compiling a record of 141-109-16 in four seasons in Hull, he led his team to the Memorial Cup in 1997. Julien also led the Hamilton Bulldogs from 2000 to 2003, earning a selection of AHL coach of the year in 2002-03. On the international stage, as a member of Team Canada's coaching staff, he won gold at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics and captured yet another gold medal at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.

Michel Therrien, 53, was named head coach of the Canadiens on June 5, 2012. He was the Club's head coach from 2000 to 2003. Therrien compiled a 406-303-23-82 record in 814 regular season games as head coach in the NHL. He led the Canadiens to the Eastern Conference finals in 2014. He also reached the Stanley Cup Finals as head coach with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2008. Therrien posted a record of 271 wins, 198 losses, 23 ties and 50 overtime losses in 542 career regular season games with the Canadiens (.567). Michel Therrien ranks 4th (behind Toe Blake, Dick Irvin and Scotty Bowman) on the Canadiens' all-time list for games (542) and wins (271).

It's the January episode of The Hockey Show. 
Paul Altmeyer and his aging sidekick Robert 'Horace' Greeley. Listen to Horace and his thrilling account of a recent visit to Nashville where he fell in love with a PK Subban stuffed animal. 

They also spoke with Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna.

Go to 44:13 of the show to enjoy The Police Blotter segment. 


Ryan Miller shows pugnacity, testosterone, and truculence.