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  1. Remembering Bobby Orr
  2. Bobby Orr (Superstars) by Jay H. Smith, 1979-03
  3. Bobby Orr, fire on ice by Al Hirshberg, 1975
  4. Dynamite Meets MASH (M*A*S*H), Superman, Bobby Orr (Issue #1) by Scholastic Dynamite Magazine, 1974
  5. Hockey Stars of 1972
  6. Sport News: Boston Bruins Hockey, National Hockey League, Season of 1968-1969 (Official Boston Garden Program and Sports Magazine, Volume XXXXi, Number 6) by Tom Fitzgerald, D. Leo Monahan, et all 1968
  7. We Love You Bruins Boston's Gashouse Gang From Eddie Shore to Bobbie Orr

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22. Great American History Fact-Finder - -Orr, Bobby
The Great American History FactFinder. orr, bobby. (1948- ), Canadian-born US hockey player. orr led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley
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, Canadian-born U.S. hockey player. Orr led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup championships and as a defense man broke every record in the National Hockey League. Orr won the Hart Most Valuable Player award three times, the Norris Trophy for best defense man nine straight times, and the Ross Trophy as leading scorer twice. He also won the Calder Trophy in 1966-67 as rookie of the year and the Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP twice. In 1979 at age thirty-one Orr became the youngest man ever inducted into the hockey Hall of Fame.
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23. Definition Of Bobby Orr - WordIQ Dictionary & Encyclopedia
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Robert Gordon Orr (born March 20 ) is a Canadian ice hockey player. He is thought of by many as the greatest hockey player ever. Bobby Orr Born in Parry Sound Ontario Canada , his ice hockey talents were evident at a very early age. As a 14-year-old he played for the Oshawa Generals in the Ontario Junior A League, competing against mostly 19-and 20-year-olds. National Hockey League rules dictated that he could only join the Boston Bruins as an eighteen-year-old. In his first professional season he won the Calder Memorial Trophy as outstanding rookie and began a turnaround for the perpetually last-place Bruins that culminated on May 10 when he scored one of the most acrobatic goals in hockey history to give Boston its first Stanley Cup in 29 years. A defenseman , Bobby Orr revolutionized the game of hockey, creating a new breed of defenseman with his offensive role. His speed, most notably a rapid acceleration, and his open ice artistry electrified fans as he set almost every conceivable record for a defenseman. Most he still holds today. Despite being limited by knee injuries which would later force him to retire early, he dominated the National Hockey League during his career. In a shortened career, he still won the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the league's most outstanding defenseman eight times, more than any other player in NHL history.

24. Safe & Fun
By Eric Rumble. When bobby orr was growing up in Parry Sound, Ontario, playing hockey had little to do with accolades and awards.

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By Eric Rumble When Bobby Orr was growing up in Parry Sound, Ontario, playing hockey had little to do with accolades and awards. He and his pals would lace up their skates, grab their sticks and head for the ice, often a frozen stretch of the Seguin River near his home. There were no parents and no referees and games ended at dinnertime, or sundown. "It was never anything organized," says Orr, "just all of us playing to have a good time and that's it."At age 53, nestled into his role as one of the game's most visible ambassadors, and humbly enjoying his status as the best defenceman ever to play, he wants to recreate those circumstances for the kids who wish for the same things he did. Unfortunately, it's much easier said than done. "So many of today's programs are about trophies and jackets, and we think that's a big mistake," says Orr. Having spent his formative years in and around hockey rinks, it's obvious that he's partial to the lessons the game has taught him. "Growing up, if I hadn't had sports, I don't know where I'd be. God only knows what street corners I'd have been standing on and God only knows what I'd have been doing, but instead I played hockey and went to school and stayed out of trouble." With a teacher like Orr, it's tough to imagine his influence being anything but magical.

25. The Internet Hockey Database
Player statistics search. Player Name Click Here. bobby orr, Defense Born Mar 20 1948 Parry Sound, ONT Height 6.00 Weight 199, Regular Season, Playoffs.

26. The Internet Hockey Database
bobby orr Trophy (CHL). Click Here. Awarded to the most valuable defenseman of the CHL as selected by the coaches. 1979, Bruce Affleck. 1980, Bruce Affleck.

27. Orr, Bobby. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001. orr, bobby. (Robert orr), 1948–, Canadian hockey player. He began skating at the
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29. Orr Bobby Biography
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AUTHOR: Mike Leonetti, Shayne Letain (Illustrator)
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Publish Date: November 2003 Format: Hardcover Compare prices for this book Home Ice AUTHOR: Jack Falla, Bobby Orr ISBN: 1930845049 Format: Paperback Compare prices for this book Remembering Bobby Orr AUTHOR: Craig MacInnis (Editor) ISBN: 155192627X Publish Date: August 2003 Format: Hardcover Compare prices for this book Valparaiso AUTHOR: Bob Orr ISBN: 1869402820 Publish Date: September 2002 Format: Paperback Compare prices for this book Immigrant Soldier in the Mexican War, Vol. 13

30. CBC Sports Online - Bobby Orr
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When Bobby Orr - the greatest defenceman ever to lace up the blades - drives around the countryside in the winter he sees something terribly wrong. Orr, who developed his quickness and soft hands playing shinny as a boy on the frozen Seguin River in Parry Sound, Ont., doesn't see kids outside playing hockey on their own anymore. He can't remember the last time he's seen 20 kids out on a backyard rink just for the fun of it. "When was the last time you saw a field with a bunch of kids all by themselves and no adults to mess up the kids' activity?" Orr asked. "The kids wait for it to be organized. They want to go play all of these tournaments, for a little practice time. I learned my skills by dropping the puck just with the kids. I think that's missing today. "You hear all the time about European players playing the game. These players that come over at 17, 18 and 19, they just don't all of a sudden become skilled. From the time they were little fellas, they learned the fundamentals of the game. Let them create." Even 21 years after he announced that he was hanging up the blades in a tearful news conference on Nov. 8 1978, Orr's opinions on the game carry a lot of weight.

31. HistoryForSale - Hockey Autographs BOBBY ORR
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32. HistoryForSale - Hockey Autographs BOBBY ORR
Bruins. Boston Bruins Hall of Famer bobby orr won the orr, arguably the greatest defenseman to ever play the sport, changed the way hockey is played with

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34. Bobby Orr Hockey Cards
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35. Vintage Hockey Memorabilia & Programs,Bobby Orr,Wayne Gretzky,Montreal Canadiens
Gretzky.This 160 page 1974 hard cover hockey annual has the earliest hockey article ever written about Wayne.A 3 page article titled Move over bobby orr !
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Anything oddball hockey ! This is The Hockey Attic "creme de la creme" page containing hitorical hockey artifacts worthy of the Hockey Hall of Fame... I can provide more photos or any further details on any item below upon request.Please click on titles in white to view photos that are available. H istorical Bobby Orr items Historical Wayne Gretzky items Historical Montreal Canadiens items Historical pucks 1966 Bobby Orr 1st NHL goal Oct 23,1966 Bruins home program vs. the Montreal Canadiens.Gorgeous program from the historical night Bobby got his 1st ever NHL goal ! 1965 opening night Bobby Orr junior 1970's Bobby Orr doll in original box I have seen this Bobby Orr Bruins doll on a few occasions over the past 20 years however this is the 1st one I've ever seen still in it's original packaging.This is indeed one very rare piece of Orr memorabilia.

36. Bobby Orr
bobby orr, arguably the greatest defenseman to ever play the sport, changed the way hockey is played with his revolutionary approach to the position as an
Bobby Orr
Defense, Shoots Left, 6'0", 195 lbs. Born: Parry Sound, Ontario - March 20, 1948 Bobby Orr - Career Statistics Regular Season Postseason Year Team League Games Goals Assists Points PIMs Games Goals Assists Points PIMs Oshawa Generals MTJHL Oshawa Generals OHA-Jr. Oshawa Generals OHA-Jr. Oshawa Generals OHA-Jr. Oshawa Generals Memorial Cup Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Canada Summit Series Did Not Play - Injured Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Boston Bruins NHL Canada Canada Cup Chicago Black Hawks NHL Did Not Play - Injured Chicago Black Hawks NHL NHL TOTALS Bobby Orr: Career Achievements
  • Inducted into Hockey's Hall of Fame (1979)
  • Won 2 Stanley Cup Championships
  • NHL First-Team All-Star (1968-1975)
  • NHL Second-Team All-Star (1967)
  • Won Calder Memorial Trophy (1967)
  • Won Norris Trophy (1968-1975)
  • NHL Plus/Minus Leader (1969-1972, 1974, 1975)
  • Won Art Ross Trophy (1970, 1975)
  • Won Hart Trophy (1970, 1971, 1972)
  • Won Conn Smythe Trophy (1970, 1972)
  • Won Lester B. Pearson Award (1975)
  • Canada Cup All-Star Team (1976)
  • Canada Cup MVP (1976)
  • Won Lester Patrick Trophy (1979)
  • Participated in 7 NHL All-Star Games

37. Hockey Hall Of Fame - Stanley Cup Journals: 19
game. It was a magnanimous gesture by the Devils in recognition of bobby orr s magnificent contributions to the game of hockey.
(July 21, 2003) I think it's coming! At least, that's what I heard. The town of Parry Sound was buzzing Friday - after all, it was an enormous date for the area. Friday, July 18 was the official opening of the Bobby Orr Hall of Fame within the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts on the waterfront of this beautiful Ontario town. The germ of an idea had been planted in 1979 when Bobby Orr was forced, through injury, to retire from the National Hockey League. Orr had perennially shown immense pride in his hometown, and the community wanted to honour this extraordinary athlete and citizen in an extraordinary manner. But Halls of Fame and museums don't spring from the soil like so many maple seedlings dotting the wooded areas that line the highways on trips to this vacation community. It would be twenty-four long, often challenging years before the dream would finally be realized. The Georgian Bay neighbours the new
Bobby Orr Hall of Fame. The areas around the perimeter of the Charles W. Stockey Centre were a hive of activity leading up to the ribbon-cutting at 1PM - face painting, Native ceremonial dancing, a steel drum band, fiddlers, trampoline demonstrations, synchronized skipping exhibits and food and drink areas. The Hockey Hall of Fame was on site with several of the trophies Orr had won through his brilliant career - the Canada Cup, the Hart Trophy, Lester B. Pearson Trophy, the Art Ross Trophy, the Norris Trophy, Conn Smythe Trophy and Calder Trophy. Fans circled the silver awards, examining the hardware and pointing to Bobby Orr's inscribed name. But there was a whisper that permeated the crowd "

38. HHOF Time Capsule - The 60s - Great Moments - Bobby Orr Signs With Boston
61 Playoffs hockey Hall of Fame Opens In 1961 Baun Scores The Winner On A Broken Foot bobby Hull Scores 51 st Goal Souvenir Leafs Win The 67 Cup orr
Bobby Orr Signs With Boston
August 1966 At 18, Bobby Orr didn't just bring phenomenal potential to the NHL. He brought an agent, Alan Eagleson. The Bruins had missed the playoffs the previous seven years, and Eagleson demanded an unprecedented salary for his young hero who had yet to play an NHL game. Bruins GM Milt Schmidt, while livid, caved in, thus allowing Orr to join the league for 1966-67 and ensured other superstar veterans to command a higher salary in the coming years. Quotable:
"Orr is worth $2 million to us because we can build around him for 15 to 20 years."
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39. Bobby Orr By Munsey And Suppes @ Ballparks.COM
the puck. Those are the days you never forget. My Two Most Memorable Moments in hockey By bobby orr as told to George Vass. I can
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Brearley Collection Of the 296 goals Bobby Orr scored in his brilliant career, the one that enters the realm of legend took place in the Stanley Cup final on Mother's Day, Sunday May 10, 1970. A banner high above the ice wished Orr's mother a happy one. She wouldn't be disappointed. The Boston rink was a steaming 90 degree's F as the upstart expansion St. Louis Blues skated out to meet the Bruins in overtime. The players, drained by the deadlock and the humidity, wanted to end this one quickly. With the puck deep in the St. Louis zone, Orr blocked a clearing pass, then slid the puck to teammate Derek Sanderson in a "give-and-go". Sanderson placed the puck perfectly on Orr's stick, and Orr, about to go airborne courtesy of St. Louis defenceman Noel Picard, scored the game winner a mere 40 seconds into overtime to give the Bruins their first Stanley Cup victory in 29 years. For a young hockey player growing up in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this was a very special moment. This was the first game I could remember watching from start to finish on Television as presented by Hockey Night in Canada. The game has been forever etched in my mind as when I first identified my first hero (next to my mother and father). We all wanted to be Bobby Orr. To Canadiens, these were the days of our youth, we played on outdoor rinks and imitated our hero's. In fact, that was the year I was the leading scorer in the "Tiny Mite League". I scored 29 goals in 12 games and "we won it all". I remember my father in his "goloshes" all bundled up watching me from his vantage point on top of a snow pile by the boards. That was the most exciting time in my life because he was watching my performance as if I was a superstar like Bobby Orr or Phil Esposito. I ended up liking Esposito because EVERYONE wanted to be Orr. I also chose number 7 as my favorite number just like Esposito.

40. Normalized Assists
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Normalized Assists
In my earlier essay on Normalized Goal Production , I conducted a statistical analysis of the great goal scoring seasons, and devised a mathematical model which adjusts totals based on several factors. These factors include things such as length of schedule, ice time, the level of league scoring, and more. Using the same principles, as well as 5 kg of coffee beans, I have further developed the formula to include Normalized Assists. This will give us a further idea of who the great point makers are and were in the history of the National Hockey League. The Problem Over the course of its existence, the NHL has handed out assists at varying rates. In the earlier years of hockey assists were awarded more in the nature of assists in a basketball game. By the time the 1980s arrived, Grant Fuhr was able to get 16 assists, presumably from stopping a shoot-in so Paul Coffey could carry it up the ice and feed one of the number of all-stars on the Oilers roster. Anyway, to make a long story short, I “simply” needed to go through each season in the history of the league and determine the rate at which assists we awarded per goal. From there, it was a simple step of applying the modifier to the existing formula, and adapting it for assists. Actually, it’s making a VERY long story short, but that’s the gist of what I had to do.

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