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The Bruins Had A Great Tribute For Two Fallen Firefighters Thursday In Boston

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A nine-alarm fire ripped through a brownstone apartment building on Beacon Street in Boston on Wednesday, tragically claiming the lives of two heroic firefighters. On Thursday night, prior to a Stanley Cup rematch against the Chicago Blackhawks in Boston, the Bruins honored the fallen heroes by donning Boston Fire hats as they took the ice at the TD Garden.

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Before the opening puck drop, the teams also honored the firefighters with a moment of silence while the Boston Fire logo was projected onto the ice.

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At the conclusion of the Bruins 3-0 victory over the Blackhawks, the Boston Fire Department was awarded the No. 1 star of the game. Another classy tribute from the Bruins organization.