POLLS     NHL STATS     NHL NEWS

TRENDING NOW


Former Bruins oldest captain sadly passes away at 95


PUBLICATION
Hunter Bowman
October 27, 2023  (9:40)
SHARE THIS STORY
FOLLOW US



The hockey world mourns the loss of a beloved figure as the Boston Bruins organization announced the passing of former Captain Ed Sandford at the age of 95.

Sandford, the oldest living Bruins Alumni member, leaves behind a legacy that will forever be remembered by the team and its fans.
During his 9-year NHL career, he played 502 games and accumulated 251 points. Much of his career was dedicated to the Bruins, where he had the honor of wearing the captain's 'C' during the 1954-55 season.
Sandford's leadership and dedication made him a cherished figure within the organization.
While he spent the majority of his career in Boston, he also had stints with the Detroit Red Wings and the Chicago Blackhawks, leaving an indelible mark on multiple franchises.
In the wake of this sad news, the thoughts and condolences of the hockey community are with Ed Sandford's family. His contributions to the sport and his status as the oldest living Bruins captain make him an unforgettable part of NHL history.
Ed Sandford's passing serves as a reminder of the enduring impact of those who have graced the ice, leaving a lasting legacy in the hearts of fans and the history of the game.
Source: Dailyhockeydose
POLL
27 OCTOBRE   |   55 ANSWERS
Former Bruins oldest captain sadly passes away at 95

Was Ed Sandford a beloved figure in the hockey community?

Yes3767.3 %
No1832.7 %
LIST OF POLLS
Latest 10 stories

HOCKEYUNPLUGGED.COM
COPYRIGHT @2024 - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
TERMS  -  POLICIES  -  CONSENT