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BRUINS LOGO PLANS "PROCEEDING UNIFORMLY"
Published December 12, 1994
The Bruins have until Thursday to notify the NHL of the changes they intend to make to their uniforms. In Boston, Kevin Paul Dupont says to look for a new color to be blended in with the traditional black and gold; a white "home" sweater, a black "away" sweater and a 3rd sweater for special occasions; and a spoked-"B" to remain central to the theme. Bruins Assistant GM Mike O'Connell said a bear motif -- "akin to the biting San Jose Shark and the growling Florida Panther -- will be incorporated." It could be weeks or months before the public gets a look at the new logo (BOSTON GLOBE, 12/11).