Cam Neely: Milt Schmidt ‘Epitomized What It Means To Be A Bruin’


Boston Bruins legend Milt Schmidt died Wednesday at 98, and he was quite simply The Ultimate Bruin.

He devoted most of his life to the Bruins, most notably as a four-time Stanley Cup champion (twice as a player and twice as a general manager), a Hockey Hall of Famer and a great ambassador for the franchise and the sport as a whole.

Check out the “NESN Live” video above for more on Schmidt’s legacy.

Thumbnail photo via Bob DeChiara/USA TODAY Sports Images

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