3.) 1969-74 Home
The second uniform on this list that was at one point worn on the road, the 1969-74 home uniforms bring to mind the beginning of the Big Bad Bruins. Boston’s identity as a legitimate contender in the NHL coincided with the introduction of these jerseys. That being said, it also coincided with the arrival of Bobby Orr. The black sweater with gold socks should have been an immortal look for the Bruins. In fact, this particular combination is so memorable that in 2006 the team designed their alternates to mimic the team’s that brought a pair of Stanley Cups to Boston. Arguably the most famous image in hockey history is Bobby Orr flying through the air after scoring the Cup-clinching goal against the St. Louis Blues in 1970. It’s no wonder that these classic uniforms are engrained in the mind of every Bruins fan.