9.) 1995-06 Alternate
Perhaps the most controversial jersey in the history of the Boston Bruins, the 1995-96 alternates were a bold step for an organization that holds tradition close to the heart. The infamous Pooh Bear logo is obnoxiously large and does not exactly strike fear into the opponent. But other than that, there’s really nothing wrong with it. The detail on the shoulders and forearms certainly give off more of a ferocious feeling than the friendly-faced Fuzzy Wuzzy. This is the first time since 1967 that the Bruins would sport a gold jersey. That, combined with the gold socks, definitely make the uniform appear faster in comparison to an all-black one. Plus, this was the jersey the team was wearing when I went to my first game in Boston. A 4-1 win over the Florida Panthers on February 9, 2002. The teams combined for six fighting majors and 154 PIM.